As taught through The Christian Business Mentor Podcast

by Skylar Lewis


Let me tell you, running a business while staying true to your faith can be quite the journey. I’ve had the privilege of scaling multiple eight-figure companies, all while keeping Christ at the center. Today, I want to share some of the lessons I’ve learned along the way about loosening our grip on business, success, and the need to prove ourselves, and instead, tightening our grip on Christ.

The podcast below is all about helping you, the Christian entrepreneur, integrate your faith into your business. I’m here to share the skill sets, strategies, tools, and resources you need to scale a company that not only succeeds but also glorifies God and positively impacts the kingdom. Mentorship has been crucial in my journey, and I believe it can be a game-changer for you too.

Key Concepts of Kingdom Entrepreneurship

1. Remember, It’s God’s Business

First things first, your business belongs to God. It’s easy to get caught up in selfish ambitions, but we need to remember that we’re stewards of something much bigger. When you operate with the mindset that your business is entrusted by God, it changes everything. It keeps you grounded and focused on a higher purpose.

2. Keep A Loose Grip

Let’s talk about stress. It’s something every entrepreneur deals with, but here’s the thing: we need to have a loose grip on our businesses. When we stress less about the outcomes and leave the final results to God, we can focus more on Him. Trust me, it’s a game-changer for your peace of mind.

3. Know God is the Provider, And You Play a Role

We all know God is the ultimate provider, but that doesn’t mean we sit back and do nothing. There’s a balance between relying on God and taking personal responsibility for our success. It’s about mastering your skills and preparing yourself while trusting that God will do His part.

4. Step Into Your Creativity

Entrepreneurship is a beautiful way to express our creativity. It’s a blessing from God, and we should embrace it. Use your business as a platform to showcase your God-given talents and make a difference in the world.

5. Thank God For The Talents and Opportunities He Has Gifted You

Staying humble is key. Every talent, every opportunity comes from God. It’s easy to let success get to our heads, but we must avoid arrogance and pride. Acknowledging God’s hand in everything keeps us grounded and focused on what truly matters.

6. Believe Your Role Is Critical For The Kingdom

Christian entrepreneurs have a significant role in expanding the kingdom. Your business can be a powerful tool for positive influence. Mentorship is vital, and by succeeding in business, you can make a profound impact on your community and beyond.

Being a Christian entrepreneur is a unique journey filled with its own set of challenges and opportunities. Through this podcast, I hope to provide you with the guidance you need to navigate this path. By recognizing that your business belongs to God, maintaining a loose grip, balancing reliance on God with personal responsibility, embracing your creative potential, staying humble, and understanding your critical role in expanding the kingdom, you can achieve remarkable success while glorifying God.

Mentorship, practical knowledge, and faith-based strategies are at the heart of what I share. Whether you’re just starting out or looking to scale your existing business, the Christian Business Mentor podcast offers a wealth of information to help you navigate the complexities of entrepreneurship with confidence and faith.

Remember, keep Christ at the center, trust in God’s provision, and use your God-given talents to make a positive impact on the kingdom. Together, we can build businesses that not only thrive but also honor and glorify God.

Rise Up, Brother

-Skylar Lewis