A Christian social entrepreneur recognizes intellectual, social, physical and spiritual poverty. They use entrepreneurial skills to organize, create and manage a venture to achieve social change of the highest order: the movement of God's provision, grace and peace among humankind.
Brown, Jarrod; Little, Andy; Litton, Jim; and Lynn, Monty, "Social Entrepreneurship - The Sacred And Secular Divide" (2012). Lectureship and Summit Audio Collection. 286.
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