Why We Need to Invest in Minority Entrepreneurs


Today my podcast with Gospel Driven Entrepreneur launched where I had the privilege of talking about the issue of Why We Need to Invest in Minority Entrepreneurs. I’m so excited about this interview because I really got a chance to share my heart and passion for what I do!

As entrepreneurs, if we are not benefiting the community we do business in, we won’t be in business very long. So, on this interview I discussed social responsibility from a Gospel-Centered perspective, and how our businesses can be a tool for justice.

Social responsibility is our responsibility to be champions of justice in society where there is injustice.

Some additional scriptures to look at include:

Matthew 4:23; 9:35; 25:40; Acts 10:38; Matthew 6:10; Luke 19:13; 2 Corinthians 5:18; Galatians 6:10

Helping minority entrepreneurs narrows the wealth gap, provides everyone a a fair opportunity to participate in this nation’s free enterprise system, and stabilizes our communities.

I read a report that said, “We need approximately 1 million small business start-ups per year to lift up our country’s economy, create jobs, and sustain our prosperity.”

I need your help letting people know about the interview. Would you use one of the below tweet templates to copy and paste into your social media platforms and send it out to your friends? Thanks! Also…check out the podcast yourself by finding Gospel Driven Entrepreneur on iTunes or this link: http://ow.ly/Vzebc

  • My friend @coachlavonya joins @gospeldrivenent podcast to share about the Importance of Investing in Minority Entrepreneurs http://ow.ly/Vzebc
  • Check out the @gospeldrivenent podcast where my friend @coachlavonya was recently interviewed: http://ow.ly/Vzebc
  • Why We Need to Invest in Minority Entrepreneurs @coachlavonya joins @gospeldrivenent: http://ow.ly/Vzebc

I appreciate your support! Please let me know what you thought about the interview in the comments below.

About coachlavonyajones

Lavonya Jones is a fierce new generation Business Strategist and Leadership Coach with over fourteen years of business, ministry and leadership experience. As a Master Certified Small Business Success Coach, her goal is to build a generation of socially responsible, entrepreneurial leaders.
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