Business

About Us

Finances play a crucial role to the success of every organization. Constant funding is required to fuel any effort to bear fruit. Despite the abundance of funds in today’s society, it is rarely used for good purposes. The Business Ministry strives to channel this money to Christian organizations so that it can be used for works that are meaningful and beneficial not to just Christians but to society in general.

The Business Ministry carries out its mission by gathering business men and women who have to will to support the good works of Christian organizations. Potential benefactors need knowledge of where their funds can be used effectively. Information is gathered on various Christian works globally and is presented during meetings where members make collective decisions on where and how funds are sent. This unified effort results in efficient giving with higher impact.

The Business Ministry is dedicated to actively promoting the giving mindset. Members of the ministry are trained and educated on encouraging their peers to follow the path of giving. Events are also held to attract benefactors and to develop a strong network of givers. The ministry strives to establish a strong, global network in order to create a strong financial support for Christian organizations worldwide.

Purpose

The WOA Business Ministry is purposed to spread the mindset of giving in Christian business men and women and to develop a growing network of benefactors of Christian organizations.

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Events
  • 30
    Aug
    Nehemiah Project in New York

    Nehemiah Project in New York holds conference for Olivet Centers managers and staff to share reports and plans towards 2020 tasks from August August 30th until September 2nd.

  • 02
    Aug
    USA Northeast Summer Retreat 2019

    The Northeast Region Summer Retreat 2019 will be held in Dover, New York from August 2nd till 4th.

  • 01
    Aug
    Olivet Teen Mission Int’l Summer Camp

    Int’l Summer Camp in Asia Pacific Olivet Center

Devotion

Paul’s attitude and philosophy of his mission work are clearly stated in this verse; he served and worked as “a servant of Christ.” A servant, doulos in Greek, was a term Paul used to indicate his self-identity as he served the Lord.
A voluntary life of devotion and sacrifice for God's Kingdom was a basis of every work he did. He confessed, "Though I am free and belong to no man, I make myself a slave to everyone...

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