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 […]

December 2020 EDW Reported

As per tradition, I like to relay the progress of the prior month and announce what is coming up in the current month. December concludes the first full calendar year of Evangelical Dark Web operations. Unfortunately, it was a month marred by high highs and low lows. Search traffic dropped considerable and the hope is […]

Top 10 Articles of 2020

2020 was the first full calendar year for Evangelical Dark Web operating as a brand in the discernment world. I did a lot of writing in 2020. And so here are the articles with the best performance by views throughout the year. Is Michael Todd a false teacher? Is Steve Furtick a false teacher? Is […]

Announcement: Interviews Coming

Startup Christ will be expanding its online presence by performing a series of interviews with influential Christians who aren’t necessarily behind the pulpit. Just to be up front, there may be occasional exceptions to overtly Christian influencers. There are two main reasons why we want to do this. The first is that there is so […]

Entrepreneurial Influencers: Walt Disney

  If you’ve ever seen the movie Bambi, then you would have seen the masterpiece that was the work of Walt Disney. The movie captured nature in its artwork and then told a compelling story about a deer. Walt Disney had high standards for his for his work as Glenn Beck explains in this PragerU video. He […]

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 […]

Focus on your core competency: Why companies outsource

Imagine a company that doesn’t produce the goods it sells and doesn’t install the goods it sells. Pretty easy right. Companies like this are everywhere. So you might be wondering: why do people put up with these middlemen when they need or want goods or services The simplest way to answer this question is that […]

What does it mean for an entrepreneur to pivot?

I can never emphasize enough how much research an entrepreneur must do. Research is the first task an entrepreneur must take in a startup, as it is vital in determining the trajectory of a new venture’s strategy. Creating a strategy requires research on the external environment. It also requires a lot of introspection on the […]