“A wise man will hear, and will increase learning; and a man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels.” Proverbs 1:5
Sometimes we are influenced by a gnostic belief that attempts to divide life into sacred and secular. In this worldview, business and finances are considered secular, and therefore displeasing to God.
Rather than separating legitimate activities into so-called “spiritual” and “earthly” categories, we believe God is honored when we bring all of our activities under His will. Every aspect of our daily lives can bring Him glory as we honor Him.
We believe that finances and business are part of God’s plan for mankind to be anointed and brought under the accountability of Scripture.
ASAL Certified Coaches
“If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll end up somewhere else.” – Yogi Berra
A coach is someone that takes a hands-on approach in developing their client’s skill and knowledge within a specialized area. Coaches guide, instruct, and encourage along the way. A great coach understands that if you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll end up somewhere else, and he takes the proper steps to get you where you need to be!
ASAL coaches are carefully selected by the ASAL Executive Officers. Only individuals who demonstrate commitment to and expertise in the Triple Bottom Line philosophy are eligible for certification. Each ASAL Business Coach completes hours of training in a proven and systematic method of business planning. Each coach is also trained how to successfully implement of the four pillars of business:
- Organizational Model
- Operational Model
- Financial Model
- Marketing and Sales Model
Every business runs on four pillars:
Organizational Model, Operational Model, Financial Model, Marketing and Sales Model.
People are the core focus of all things, and in such we see people development as a key fundamental program to ASAL.
A very important part of creating a healthy society capable of blessing others is through business, innovation and entrepreneurs.
Connecting international investors with Anabaptist business owners world-wide is the core function for ASAL investment infrastructure. Investing follows the financial concept of “reaping and sowing” that is discussed throughout biblical teachings.