The BAM Course is a three week training that lays a strong foundation for future business as mission involvement. The teaching in weeks one and two focuses on the Biblical basis of business, core business topics and business as mission in practice. The field trip in week three brings BAM principles to life through real-life cases. We aim to build on both understanding and practical skills through a wide variety of learning processes.
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Biblical Foundations of Business
The Emerging BAM Movement
Business as Mission History
Introduction to business as mission
Biblical foundations for business as mission
Economic development and the biblical mandate to disciple nations
Opportunities and challenges for business as mission today
Lessons learned from business as mission case studies
Success and failure in business
Mats Tunehag is speaker, writer and consultant from Sweden and has worked in about half the countries of the world. For the last 20 years he has had a special focus on developing the Business as Mission, BAM, concept as well as national, regional and global strategic alliances of people and BAM initiatives. In 2002 he initiated and co-lead the first global think tank on BAM, which produced the Lausanne Paper on BAM as well as the BAM Manifesto (2004). He is a senior leader on Business as Mission in both the Lausanne Movement and World Evangelical Alliance, and he lectures globally on Business as Mission. He also serves part-time with a global investment fund based on Christian values that helps SMEs to grow in size and holistic impact in the Arab world and Asia, by providing financial, intellectual and human capital.
Peter is the founder and CEO of a global investment fund with a portfolio of business as mission initiatives in the Arab world and Asia to which they provide mezzanine lending, mentoring and consultancy. His role sees him traveling extensively and interacting with some of the most cutting edge examples of business as mission across the world. With a background in Chemical Engineering, he also holds an MBA from the Rothman School of Management, University of Toronto. Peter brings extensive practical experience of mission and business as well as exceptional teaching on servant leadership and capitalizing business as mission initiatives.