The Kingdom Investor

The Kingdom Investor

Imagine taking your generosity to the next level, impacting more lives, and leaving a godly legacy for generations to come! Get ideas and strategies to do just that when you listen to these personal stories from high-level kingdom champions. The Kingdom Investor Podcast showcases business leaders who have moved from success to significance. Sharing how they use worldly wealth for Kingdom impact. Discover how they grew in generosity, impacted more lives, and built godly legacies. You’ll find motivation, inspiration, and practical steps to grow as a kingdom Investor

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December 2, 2022 60 min

Listen to today’s episode with Dr. Richard Baxter of Alabama Tongue-Tie Center and find some answers. Having gained an eternal perspective on his business and life mission early in his career, Richard’s dental practice was shaped and influenced by his quest to fulfill God’s purpose for him. His dental office in Alabama carries all the touches of his mission to build a Christian-based office with the primary goal of serving kids and...

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Have you defined the big-picture vision of your business? Often immersed in the day-to-day grind of business, many entrepreneurs become focused only on short-term profits that they fail to define and cultivate the vision and ideals that will guide and propel their business forward. With a roadmap of where you want your business to go in the future and what type of everyday work your team should be doing, it will be easier for you t...

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In our quest for life success, too often we struggle with the need to chase money and wealth versus the desire to pursue God’s kingdom as if there is a guilt-ridden disjoint between them.  However, engagement in business for financial rewards can be viewed in two ways - ownership and stewardship. Ownership says that we can possess material assets and do with them what we wish while stewardship, a biblical principle, tells us that w...

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With a plethora of nonprofit and charitable organizations that exist today, how will you know which ones are creating an impact for those they help? Is there a way to know which programs actually work and are making a meaningful difference in the lives of some of the poorest people in the world? What does it cost to improve the standard of living of a family? How about transforming a community? Can a dollar even make a difference?

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We all want meaningful work. Studies have shown meaningfulness to be a critical aspect of work performance, commitment, and satisfaction for employees beyond paycheck and rewards, opportunities for promotion, or working conditions. But, where and how do people find meaning in their work? 

Our guest, Case Thorp of The Collaborative, shares his knowledge and expertise today to give us guidance on why and how we should pursue meaning i...

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Is there a true measure of success? Although society, media, and some people would have us think otherwise, success is not defined by the number of material things you have amassed or how high you have risen in your career but is very much a personal measure. How we measure success is determined by many factors that affect our lives, our needs and aspirations as we move through the stages of life, and ultimately, how happy and sati...

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Does more money make people happier? Although many studies show that, on average, wealthier people are happier, there are as many indicators that making lots of money will not inevitably boost happiness. It’s actually how you spend, save, and think about money that defines how much joy you get from it. 

The key is to learn from people who have made mistakes about money and break down the misconception that equates more money with fe...

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Optimism about small towns and small-town businesses is rising. Small Biz Survival, the small town and rural business resource, cites that the pandemic-driven population shifts, the rise of remote work, improvements to infrastructure, and real estate developments revitalize and inspire the resurgence of America's small towns. There’s no doubt that the collective effort of community leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, and the peo...

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Did you know that there is a virtual reality language tutoring platform that allows you to learn a new language by conversing live with real people while combining language, cultural awareness, and community? Ever heard of the life science company that adopted an equitable business model to provide life-saving products and medical services to people in low-income countries? What about the SaaS application that brings transparency t...

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As entrepreneurs, you keep busy schedules, do many tasks simultaneously, and are constantly on the chase for profits and money. What do you pray for when you pray? Do you struggle to ask God for favors for your business or does it come easy? Is there a divide between your spiritual life and your business life?

We dive deep into the topic of merging secular business and supernatural business in this episode with Paul Moore of Welling...

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As someone who wants to give generously with greater impact, wouldn’t you want to have information on how your dollar makes a difference in the lives of the people you’re helping? Wouldn’t you be a more cheerful and inspired giver when you see how your money changes lives? There is data and information that can tell you if you are creating a greater impact with your giving as there are independent organizations that have made it th...

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Countless people want to give generously to causes and non-profit organizations locally and internationally but they just don’t know where to look or how to start. Sometimes, the lack of knowledge and indecision leads to unpleasant giving experiences, hesitation to give, or inability to give at all. It is therefore important for individuals, couples, families, or organizations to have a giving plan to causes and nonprofits that spe...

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More often, successful business leaders and entrepreneurs who build massive wealth portfolios intend to bequeath their assets to their children and grandchildren. With the sheer amount of wealth built by business leaders of our generation, the next generation is poised to take over $10 trillion (yes, with a “T”) worth of business assets. Are they ready to take the reins?

Our guest today, Keith Atneosen of Freedom Summit Consulting, ...

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When it comes to being part of a group or an organization, accountability is one of the most desired traits that a member should possess. Whether you like it or not, your boss, your colleagues, your partner, your team members, and your community expect accountability as well as the responsibility from you as you fulfill your role to achieve your common goal. The same is true when you’re trying to attain your personal goals. But, it...

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Mission work needs funds in order to bring the Gospel to regions of the world where Jesus’ name isn't widely known. But what could be a source of funding that is sustainable and makes a stronger impact on the communities we are trying to reach? What if we use business ventures so that local business proprietors, communities, mission workers, customers, and everyone linked to the business can know the love of Jesus?

That’s what o...

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Being a business leader isn't easy. Often, business leadership or entrepreneurship has been  described as difficult and challenging but also exciting and rewarding. It also comes with a lot of power that, if not wielded with care, will cause harm to the leader and to the people he or she leads. That’s why entrepreneurs, especially newcomers, need guidance navigating the complex world of business.

Our guest today, Luke Dooley of ...

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Giving isn’t only about money; it is only a part of a much bigger picture and purpose. If we want to create a deeper and lasting impact on the people that we’re helping, then we need to put not just our money but more importantly, our effort and action into the cause. Giving goes beyond writing a check because, beneath the motivation, genuine help comes from involving oneself in the mission and actually doing what needs to be done....

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Given the choice between pursuing a high-paying career and taking on volunteer work post-college education, what would you choose? The choice may be obvious for the majority of us. But for someone who sees the world differently, throwing oneself into volunteerism offers a unique opportunity that only those who seek godly rewards will pursue.

In the first episode of our 2-part interview with David Burton, we explore the subject of vo...

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We are stewards of God’s resources – this has always been the way we, Christians, understand our relationship to God and our possessions. Because the Bible makes it clear that God is the true owner of everything, all that we have comes from him and we have a responsibility to manage His resources wisely on his behalf. But, how do we become good and joyful stewards of God’s resources? 

Our guest today, Todd Harper, of Generous Giving...

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If you think donating money to charity gives you joy, think again. Wouldn’t you want to experience greater joy and deeper fulfillment? Rather than sharing the delight of the game as a spectator sitting in the stands, why not become the player who runs the field so you can live and feel the absolute joy of doing and achieving?

Our guest today, Bill Moritz, of From Success 2 Significance Foundation, helps individuals and families expe...

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