Our Ministry Mandate

Train | Equip | Release
Every year, our mission is to train, equip and release 1,000 Christian women for full-time ministry in the marketplace.

Helping Christian Women Build The Business Side Of Their Ministry
Helping Christian Women Diy Their Ministry
Releasing Christian Women In The Marketplace

If you're a Christian woman who is called by God to influence a group of people online and generate a passive income that supports you and your ministry, God's way. Consider becoming a part of our online community, where we will support you through the process of building your own marketplace ministry from the ground up!

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Ministry Resources

Are you looking to start your own marketplace ministry and need help on how to build it from the ground up? Check out some of our ministry blog post below.

Prayer Style Tips

Depending on the way you were taught to pray, your style may change. This can be because of the season you or your ministry are in or because …

Meeting With God Tips

The first time I met with God for my ministry, I had no clue what I was doing. All I knew was that I had a lot of questions with no answers to. It wasn't until I discovered prophetic …


How To Choose The Right Ministry Platform

Before I started my online ministry, I needed to know who I was called to serve. I alsoI needed to know on what platform I was comfortable sharing my voice. When I was clear on those two points, I was able to …

Our Focus Scripture

Luke 6:48-49 (emphasis added) 

She is like a woman who chooses the right place to build her ministry and then lays a deep and secure foundation. When the storms and floods rage against her ministry, it continues to stand firm and unshaken through the tempest, for she built it wisely on the right foundation. But the one who has heard my teaching and does not obey it is like a woman who builds her ministry without laying any foundation at all. When the storms and floods rage against her ministry, it will immediately collapse and become a total loss. "Which of these two builders will you be?”

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

What Is A Marketplace Ministry?

Marketplace Ministry is a call for Christians to use their spiritual gifts beyond the walls of the church. Its focus is on advancing the kingdom of God by starting a ministry and a business (a social enterprise) that serve a group of people who would have otherwise gone unmet.

It's an excellent way of merging our call to business, and ministry through the use of our natural talents and spiritual gifts.

Using our sphere of influence and grace, we can disciple a group of people and fund the mission God has called us to.

Marketplace Ministry presents an opportunity to promote God in an industry dominated by false leaders. Instead of solely focusing on profit, this ministry model encourages us to build a ministry that serves others and glorifies God.

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How Can I Use My Platform To Advance The Kingdom Of God?

When we interactions with both believers and non-believers we can have a profound impact when we demonstrate our faith through a marketplace ministry, in a way that the local church cannot.

Remember that as ambassadors of Christ, God has mandated us to spread the good news wherever we are, including the marketplace. 

The marketplace is also a platform for sharing our faith with others. We can achieve this by being a witness through our words and actions, offering opportunities for people to hear the gospel through the events we host, the partnerships we form with other believers, or the products/services we create.

Ultimately, advancing God's kingdom in the marketplace requires a commitment from us to live out our faith in every area of our lives. It also involves putting God first and seeking His guidance in everything we do. By doing so, we can shine a light in the darkness and make a meaningful impact on the world around us. 

It's time to share our faith in the marketplace!

Can A Business Be A Ministry?

Business as a Ministry: Many Christian entrepreneurs struggle with the idea of doing ministry as a business. But when it comes to serving God, who can say that using a business model as your ministry is wrong? Turning your business into a ministry can be a great way to share the gospel with a group of people who would not have known God for themselves. 

For many years, people have represented God's plan to advance His kingdom on earth, by becoming social entrepreneurs or starting marketplace ministries that aim to impact a group of people for free, while providing value through a product or service to fund the vision, ministry, and others alike. 

So can your business also serve as your ministry? Absolutely. 

Ministry is not limited to the four walls of a church or to just believers. Christians who are being called by God to use their spiritual gifts in the marketplace (that glorifies Him and benefits others) are doing the work of ministry too. God is calling many people to do the work of ministry online and in the marketplace. But the question for some is: how do I make my business a ministry?

Your ministry is on a mission in the marketplace

One of the ways I'm merging my call to ministry in the marketplace is through social entrepreneurship (this can be a for profit or nonprofit ministry model). This allows me to generate an income and provide ministry support to a group of women online for free. God hasn't called everyone to depend on the people you serve in ministry to financially support you and your ministry - i.e. apostle Paul and Aquila were both tentmakers by trade -- acts 18:3 and they also became business partners [Paul's tent making business allowed him to earn a income that would meet his financial needs and fund his ministry -- 2 Thessalonians 3:8-9/acts and Acts 20:33–34]. 

His ministry was free of charge for a reason-- 2 Corinthians 11:7–10. Only those called to meet the needs/serve a group of people (full-time ministry) teaching and preaching the gospel (in the context of a local church or ministry) deserve wages from their members/students not out of religious duty or a % set by man, but by God and what He is leading them to give [2 Corinthians 9:7] -- 1 Timothy 5:17-18

'God is one who determines how you fund your ministry'

As believers, God can call us to both business and ministry. The key is to establish the appropriate legal structure and seek His guidance for the blueprint. For some of you, He will give you prophetic strategy from the bible or a business idea similar to the world to generate an income that support your lifestyle and funds the ministry part of our business free of charge. 

Remember, once God reveals His plan to you, make sure to test it (1 John 4:1–3) and verify it with Him. Because we all know not every idea we receive comes from God!

For more frequently asked ministry questions, check out our ministry questions and answers page.