Christianity Isn’t a Business

Someone else who is critical of the church led by a CEO mentality that has crossed over into our churches without being noticed by so many…… much appreciated.

Stephen Mattson

Our culture’s obsession with corporate success and consumerism has influenced the way we facilitate our faith and ministry.

In a business-driven culture obsessed with success, Christians are often tempted to apply secular business models to their spiritual faith. With around 40 hours of our week spent working, our minds are trained to think about productivity, consumerism and prosperity. Bestselling books on management techniques, inspirational TED talks, growth models, leadership seminars and self-help guides can quickly become our main source of knowledge and information—becoming secondary to the words of Christ.

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