How Christians can grow financially & start businesses Guest: Matt Williams

The theme for Evangelical Dark Web in 2021 is No Retreat, and not only does that mean we not retreat from the culture war, but it also entails becoming more self-sufficient and not malleable by cancel culture and the other malevolent forces that be. In keeping with a renewed focus on assisting Christians to survive […]

Big Tech censorship goes well beyond social media

Following social media’s Order 66, people not embracing the open censorship in our society were left scrambling. The idea that one can start their own social media company is proving as naïve as believing 15 days to flatten the curve. There are a lot of components to running a business, a brand, a church with […]

Can Christians rebrand their way out of censorship?

On August 5th, I wrote about how big tech censorship will ultimately come for all likeminded Christian publications. This was in reference to JD Hall writing about the blacklisting of his site, PNP News (Pulpit & Pen), by Facebook. I concluded that I too must come up with a plan on how to address such […]

XFL unveils teams. Names great. Logos not so much.

The team names are in for Vince McMahon’s XFL, his response to the NFL’s growing dissatisfaction. Before today, the cities were announced in rather large markets, signaling a direct confrontational strategy with the NFL in multiple markets, though in a different portion of the year. The emerging league unveiled its team names and logos this […]

Demise of LifeWay: Changing times or because they peddled heresy?

It’s not the best of times to be a book store in 2019. Amazon crushed much of the competition. Still, Lifeway remained the retail branch of the Southern Baptist Convention until its announced closure of all of its stores back in March. The brand will continue to operate online. The SBC is embattled with confusion and […]

Announcement: Startup Christ Presents Debut Wednesday 3/13/19!

Startup Christ is launching a Youtube series with regards to its interviews. The series will debut on the new channel, Christianity Visualized. More details on Christianity Visualized to come. For now, please subscribe to their channel here. Episode 1 of Startup Christ Presents will feature our interview with Christopher Shaw, the director of the upcoming […]

Startup funding: Friends, Family, Fools

In answering the problem of how to fund your business venture, the classic startup funding option if you haven’t the means available is to seek the three Fs: Friends, Family, and Fools.  Too often family arrangements are done unprofessionally and that can destroy both a family and a business. In truth, entrepreneurs ought to be […]

Startup funding methods: equity financing explained

Instead of taking debt, entrepreneurs can give equity. Noam Wasserman, author of The Foundere’s Dilema, argues that equity splits should rarely be equal, and more experienced entrepreneurs craft more intricate equity splits that involve vesting periods, milestones, and premiums based on ideas and/or experience. Much of that however applies to founding teams or taking money from […]

How can entrepreneurs best fund their ventures with all of the options available?

Introduction The great thing about America is the notion of the “American Dream.” In this dream, someone can rise in income through starting a business and give their offspring more than what they started off with. Often in this scenario, a person often starts out with little. Lots of immigrants start businesses with this notion […]