“I hope this will serve as a wider introduction to the Business as Mission movement for pastors, denominational and mission leaders that might inspire them to a larger vision of all of the people of God engaged in the mission of God.”
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BAM Global Movement, Gea Gort & Mats Tunehag, Foreword by Albert M. Erisman. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers, 2018.
Summary: A compendium of short chapters on the theology and theory of the Business as Mission movement combined with thirty stories of practitioners.
BAM is an acronym for Business as Mission, sometimes called “transformational business” or “kingdom companies” or “Great Commission companies.” The idea is the formation of businesses run on biblical principles to advance God’s purposes in the world. Mat’s Tunehag summarizes this as follows:
“The first global think tank on BAM (2003-4) and the Lausanne paper on BAM (2004) helped catalyze a common global understanding of the concept. It sought to address how businesses can:
- serve people
- align with God’s purposes
- be good stewards of the planet and
- make a profit
This is often referred to as the quadruple bottom line. We aim at a positive impact economically, socially…
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