Seattle Pacific Seminary Winter Course
Open to Church and Marketplace Leaders

Entrepreneurship and Mission

January 24–25; February 7–8, 21
(Friday evenings and all day Saturdays)

This intensive weekend course at the intersection of theology and business will explore the potential of social enterprise as a means of participating in God’s mission. Through examining models of social impact, church planting, and business as mission, we will discuss practical ecclesiology, economic sustainability, and the role of entrepreneurship in the life of the church.

David Leong, PhD, Assistant Professor of Missiology
Randal Franz, PhD, Associate Professor of Management

January 24–25 only: $60
Entire course: $125 (Seminary credit available; email

**Registration for this course is now closed.**

Presented by SPU's Center for Biblical and Theological Education and Center for Integrity in Business.

Posted: Monday, November 25, 2013


Randy Franz

Why I Teach at SPU

Randal Franz, Professor of Management

"I love the students at SPU, and I want to be part of influencing the next generation of business leaders who will shape the world of commerce into a more just, humane, and sustainable system."

David Leong

Why I Teach at SPU

David Leong, Associate Professor of Missiology

“I teach at SPU because I love to introduce students to the city as a vibrant, meaningful context in which to reflect upon God’s mission in the world.”