There is a romanticized view of the entrepreneur as a visionary who imagines something of great value and is able to materialize this vision, but what often goes unspoken are the great risks involved. These dreams that lure many entrepreneurs come with great risk--the loss of time, money, relationships, reputations, and health. Facing risk is not a pleasant thing, but is necessary for every entrepreneur and Christian.
Christ demands that all his followers consider the cost of being a disciple and he uses the illustration of a new venture--building a tower. Whether you're an entrepreneur or investor, risk is a necessary part of life and how we approach and handle this risk can deepen our faith or folly. We invite you to this year's Forum to carefully consider this critical topic of "Risk: Faith or Folly?"
Dates & Time
Friday night, April 5th 6:15PM through Saturday, April 6th, 2013 5:30PM.
GATHERING INVESTORS AND ENTREPRENEURS COMMITTED TO BUILDING A MOVEMENT OF INNOVATIVE, GOSPEL-CENTERED, CULTURE-RENEWING INSTITUTIONS AND VENTURES.