What does Jesus want me to learn from a corrupt manager? - Tim Cummings Facilitating

  • 17 Mar 2017
  • 6:45 AM - 8:15 AM (CDT)
  • Brentwood Baptist Church, Wilson Hall 7777 Concord Rd, Brentwood TN 37027

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Teacher/Instructor: Tim Cummings

Topic:  What does Jesus want me to learn from a corrupt manager?

Homework:  Read Matthew 25:14-30, Luke 16:1-13

Does Jesus encourage us to use questionable business practices? Why would Jesus praise the actions of a corrupt business manager?  What can we learn about operating our businesses. Come be a part of the discussion


Tim Cummings is an evangelist to business owners and entrepreneurs.  Through his business, Cummings Enterprises, Tim assists business people "to speak out their vision for their business and execute it in proper sequence".  When they are Christians, he assists them in implementing ways to minister to the marketplace through their businesses.

Based on his definition that ministry is "simply allowing others to experience God's presence through us," Tim is active in sharing tools with fellow business people to assist them in ministering to the field in which God has called them.

Tim’s certifications include accreditation as an Associate of the Institute for Independent Business, a Registered Engineer, and a Patent Holder.  He is a certified Quality Trainer.  He is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and Owen Graduate School of Management, securing an Engineering Degree and an MBA

A light breakfast will be served. Join us as early as 6:45 and network with other Christian Executives.

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