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Monthly Archives: August 2016

Nehemiah Week Speaker Hugh Whelchel highlights the value of Competition for Christians!

2016-12-22T07:50:50-05:00August 17th, 2016|

Hugh Whelchel is the Executive Director of the Institute for Faith, Work and Economics. He recently published a short but powerful article on the value of competition. In this article, Hugh begins: “The Apostle Paul paints a powerful picture in his first letter to the church in Corinth. He challenges his readers to do more [...]

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Announcing the 2016 Biblical Entrepreneurship International Business Plan Competition Presenters!

2016-12-22T07:50:48-05:00August 17th, 2016|

This year we have 6 countries competing; Canada, France, Haiti, Madagascar, Ukraine, and the US. That means 6 countries, 6 business plans, 6 dreams, but one primary goal:  to glorify God’s name through their business and their lives.  We are praying to see you there at Nehemiah week Orlando 2016. We have the pleasure to [...]

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Announcing 2016 YOUNG Biblical Entrepreneurship Competition US Winner!

2016-12-22T07:50:53-05:00August 9th, 2016|

Our team and partners are celebrating the success of Nehemiah Project’s second ever Young Biblical Entrepreneur camp, hosted by First Presbyterian Church of Orlando this July. These enthusiastic, smart, innovative students were guided through an intense five-day program where the students developed their own business plans. The camp culminated in a graduation ceremony and “Shark [...]

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God Says…”A man after my own heart!”

2021-01-07T23:18:25-05:00August 4th, 2016|

I remember the day my little girl was born...August 14 will be 30 years. Where has the time gone? Distant memories held in the crevices of my memory...while others seems fresh and new...as if just yesterday. I remember gazing into the crystal blue eyes of this spunky little girl and wondering what the future would [...]

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