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Adeyemo, Tokunboh, Ronald J. Sider and Vinay Samuel, ed. Work, Employment and Economics.
Transformation no. 9 (Jan-Mar 1992): 1-24.
Baer, Michael R. Working to Support My Ministry Habit. Leadership no. 12 (Spring 1991):
Barnett, Robert Theological Reflections on the Purpose of Work
Daniels, Joy Not Your Typical Missionary: Your Profession may Allow You to Influence Lives in a Country Closed to Traditional Evangelism. Discipleship Journal Issue Seventy-eight (1993): 90-94.
Forman, Justin. Mission Agencies: Infrastructure, Passion, Business as Mission. Mission Frontiers Nov-Dec 2007 www.missionfrontiers.org
Forman, Justin. Business as Mission: Kingdom Focused Companies. Mission Frontiers Nov-Dec 2007 www.missionfrontiers.org
Murphy-O’Connor, Jerome. Prisca and Aquila: Travelling Tentmakers and Church Builders. Bible Review 8, no. 6 (1992): 40-51.
Nauman, Grant Are You Tentmaking or Just Camping Out? Discipleship Journal. (1991)
Page, Chris. Business: Poverty’s Long-Term Solution. Mission Frontiers Nov-Dec 2007 www.missionfrontiers.org
Richesin, L Dale. Tentmaking in Today’s Economy. Christian Ministry 27:23-24 (1996)
Roy, Frank L. Over-Steering a Cadillac Mission Frontiers Nov-Dec 2007 www.missionfrontiers.org
Son, Normi The Stump Overseas Mission. Tentmakers International Exchange. Vol.5, no. 2: 1-2
Steffen, Making God the Hero-King of the Great Commission Company. Mission Frontiers Nov-Dec 2007 www.missionfrontiers.org
Van Elderen, Marlin J. Tentmaking ministry is part of freedom struggle. One World 91:9-11 (1983)
Winter, Ralph. When Business can be Mission: Where Both Business and Mission Fall Short Mission Frontiers Nov-Dec 2007 www.missionfrontiers.org

Business as Mission & the End of Poverty

Business as Mission – a Viking Challenge
From a 200 year old story of business as mission, to strategic business opportunities in the IT sector today. The Nordic Report gives us a thought-provoking set of resources and stories. One person impacted his country socially, politically, financially and spiritually in just a few years. Hans Nielsen Hauge was a serial entrepreneur with a calling from God. He started around 30 companies, or rather industries, in Norway within 4 years and preached the gospel and discipled people.

At integra usa.org

“Ten Senses” Fair Trade Shops By Bob Kuhlman
Business as Mission: The Lasaunne Group By Mats Tunehag, Wayne McGee, and Josie Plummer
God Means Business! By Bob Kuhlman
Is Business as Mission Mixing Oil and Water? By Bob Kuhlman

 

At brigada.org (search results for 206 Articles/announcements)
 

At In the Workplace.com(click a topic for Articles) all Articles are well annotated on site.

Some examples using the topic “theology of work” as an example:
A Glance at Work in the Bible Word In Life Bible Study
A New Way to Work: A Paradigm Shift for Marketplace Mission in the 21st Century Michael Mcloughlin
Another Look at Babylon John D. Beckett
Are Some Jobs More Important Than Others? Word In Life Bible Study
Four Types of Christians in the Workplace Os Hillman
Give God Your Best
God the Worker Word In Life Bible Study
Is there eternal value in secular work? Os Hillman
Is Work A Curse?
Is Your Church Upside-down or Right Side Up? Word In Life Bible Study
Laziness – The Path to Ruin
New Apostolic Reformation and the Faith and Work Movement John Rowell
People at Work Word In Life Bible Study
R.I.P. – Resting In Peace Wayne Kirkland and Alistair Mackenzie
Sacred Versus Secular Work Os Hillman
The Church in the Workplace Dr .Peter Wagner
The Creation Mandate Word In Life Bible Study
The Great Divide – the greatest cultural challenge facing the church Mark Greene •
The Spirit of God in the Workplace? Word In Life Bible Study
Theology Of Work And Its Practical Implications Doug Woolley
Vocation: Historical Survey of Christian Understandings Alistiar Mackenzie
What Is Workplace Ministry? Os Hillman
What’s in a name? Pete Hammond
Who Is Called? Word In Life Bible Study
Word at Work Os Hillman • Theology of Work
Workplace Myths Word In Life Bible Study

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mats Tunehag

 

International Journal of Frontier Missions

TENTMAKING I Volume 14:3, 1997
Editorial, Hans M. Weerstra,
Tentmaking State of the Art, Carol Clarke
The Kumbaran of India, Mission To Unreached Peoples
The Tentmaker’s Mandate, David J. Price
The Tentmaking Movement in Historical Perspective, John Cox
The Tentmaker’s Vision, Berit Helgoy Kloster
The Vital Role of Tentmaking in Paul’s Mission Strategy, Ruth E. Siemens
The Place of the Local Church in Tentmaking, Danny D. Martin
Training: Endurance Food for Serious Tentmakers, Derek Christensen
Successful Tentmaking Depends on Mission Agencies, Christy Wilson, Jr.
Mission Perspective of a Tentmaking Agency, David M. Hupp and Danny D. Martin
Tentmaking in India, E. David Chaldran

TENTMAKING II Volume 15:1, 1998
Editorial, Kenneth Smith,
Tentmaking and Partnership, Phill Butler
Shrewd yet Innocent: Thoughts on Tentmaking Integrity, Robert Morris
Business Power for God’s Purpose, Heinz Suter and Marco Gmur
How Business is Integral to Tentmaking, Dwight Nordstrom and Jim Nielsen
Teaching, Tents and Telling the Good News, Sabrina Wong
Strategic Impact Through Multiplying Modular Business, David Hagen
The Internet:Tentmaker’s Coffeeshop for the Nineties, Doug Lucas

 

 

 

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