As we worked on the house for about 6 months, I noticed that I was getting into better conversations with the students there than I ever did at youth group… What began to dawn on me was that we were really just doing youth ministry in a different way.
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Social entrepreneurship (or missional entrepreneurship as some are calling it) combines the desire to make social impact with the economic power of small business. By doing economic exchanges well, social entrepreneurship actually allows both the “giver” and the “recipient” of mission to engage each other on more equal footing than other mission or social justice models tend to promote.
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