Presented By: Dave Stelzl and the Stelzl family
Sponsored By: Gospel Family Forum (gospelfamilyforum.com)
Where: Greenfield Meeting House, 776 Forest Rd (Jct. Rt. 31 and Rt. 136), Greenfield, NH
When: April 19-20, 2013
Cost: Free of Charge
Mission:Uniting and equipping families to successfully transition from homeschool into ministry and career, through:
- A sense of purpose and vision for serving God’s Kingdom
- A clear understanding of Biblical principles for family life and business
- Avoiding worldly entanglements
- Entrepreneurial exploits that preserve our freedom and ability to carry out God’s calling
A Family Conference: Before talking about entrepreneurship we must consider what makes a successful family.
A Homeschooling Conference: Tailoringyour home education to your individual children in order to assist them in developing a meaningful purpose and vision for their lives.
A Parent’s Conference: Talking about setting a family vision.
A Business Conference: Many facets of starting a business will be addressed.
Some of the Topics:
- Disciplines of the father
- How to avoid recreating the public school at home
- Building a portfolio of experience; college, resumes and real world experience.
- How to start a business
- Disciplines of business
- Learning how to get your family more involved in your business
- Identifying major causes of business failure
Parents will discover how to reclaim responsibility for their God-given roles, in discipling/ training up children to be entrepreneurs, as well as how to create meaningful and table work for children – that may develop into long term business opportunities. Individuals will learn what is necessary to lay a foundation for successful business and entrepreneurship.
You will discover a Biblical alternative to the failing education programs that rely on large corporations for future employment.
Joshua 24:15 …..But as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord.
For more Information and to register go to www.raisingentrepreneursnh.eventbrite.com Seating is Limited.