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Why Entrepreneurs Don’t Like Your Church

Final Word to Pastors.

Honestly, if you are reading this and you are a pastor, know this: Entrepreneurs desire to be part of what the local church is doing. They’re just tired of you thinking too small and being too timid.

Dream big.

Lead strong.

Take risks.

Entrepreneurs will follow you.

This article isn’t a fix-it-all. However, pastor and business starters are on the wrong page. This is meant to be a shout to the pastor from the pew on why you have been frustrated with us and we (entrepreneurs) have been frustrated with you.

I don’t believe that we are always right, or that we are better than any other person in your flock.

But, for too long, we’ve been shelved and treated as though our gifts are a hindrance to the church instead of actual gifts.

If you can start to lean into these four basic things … you’ll be surprised how much you’ll see the entrepreneur get behind you and desire to be part of what the church is doing.  

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Seth McBee is the adopted son of God, husband of one wife, and father of three. He’s a graduate of Seattle Pacific University with a finance degree. By trade Seth is an Investment Portfolio Manager, serving as president of McBee Advisors, Inc as well as a missional community leader, preaching elder with Soma Communities in Renton, Washington, and executive team member of the GCM Collective.