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Illuninati & New World Order Documentary

Jay-Z Illuminati Symbols

Jay-Z seemingly stands at the core of the hip-hop Illuminati conspiracy. It’s not hard to see him as the ring leader of everything this site writes about, and attempts to uncover.

Aside from being the most arrogant rapper in town, (just kidding, Kanye West…) he’s also the least shy in terms of using Illuminati symbols.

Yes, the Jay-Z Illuminati agenda spans across most of modern day hip-hop and pop. In fact,Rihanna, Kanye West, and Beyonce Illuminati symbolism may be seen as a mere spin off of Jay-Z’s “dangerous love affair” with the occult.

An amazing documentary on the never ending question: Does the Illuminati really exist?

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Free Church Solution

Free-church solution


“Because that for His name’s sake they went forth, taking nothing of the Gentiles.”

(III John 7)


A great many of the church’s problems today are a direct result of the church “taking” and actively pursuing a legal status that makes it inferior to, and a subordinate of, the civil government. The two most significant ways this occurs is by incorporation (state jurisdiction) and the tax-exempt 501c3 status (federal jurisdiction).

Scripture simply does not support the notion that the church is an inferior institution to the State. Nor, for that matter, is the church a superior institution to the State. God has ordained both the church and the civil government as His “ministers.” The church is the minister of grace, while the State is the minister of justice. Church and State are two distinct and independent spheres of authority (jurisdictions) ordained by God.

However, no church can remain separate and distinct from the civil government when it incorporates and/or accepts 501c3 status. For legal purposes an incorporated 501c3 church has subordinated itself, by contract, to the civil government. For theological purposes, that church has made a covenant with the State, a covenant which Scripture in no way supports.

What is the solution to the church’s current messy state of affairs? It must cease operating as an underling of the State. The solution is for the church to legally operate as it once had in America (and we might add, quite successfully so). Rather than operating as “tax-exempt nonprofit religious corporations,” churches once functioned as “free-churches.” Just what exactly is a free-church? A free-church operates independent of, and is in no way subordinate to, the civil government.

It is the right of any church to operate free of the corrupting and compromising influence and control of the State; and it is a right guaranteed by the Constitution:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…

A free-church is not some radical-fringe concept. Rather, the free-church was one of the most influential, and certainly one of the most common, institutions in early American history. The worldview of those men who fought for America’s independence embraced an uncompromising belief that the church was not an underling, a vassal, or in any way subordinate to any king, parliament, or any other civil government body.

The church is the religious institution ordained and established by Jesus Christ Himself, and Christ has never delegated His authority to the civil jurisdiction to rule in the affairs of His church.

A free-church is the opposite of a State-Church. The Church Of England is a State-Church system. State-Churches are well known throughout Europe, and there have been State-Churches there for many centuries. Europeans not only have a very low regard for their State-Churches and government-licensed clergy, they often hold them in open contempt, and this is reflected statistically by what is the lowest church attendance in the world.

Rather than being quick to criticize the Europeans for not attending church, we should ponder whether their contempt for the State-Church system isn’t well deserved. If you’re ever inclined to have a church experience that is cold, empty, meaningless and downright depressing, just attend the average European church service (it’s little wonder there are so many agnostics and atheists there).

A State-Church is a church which is organized by the State, and/or is controlled and regulated by the State, or which exists at the pleasure of the State. Christians in Europe have, for a number of generations, grown up surrounded by nothing but State-Churches. As such, they are generally not offended by the notion that the State controls their church (they just don’t bother to show up unless it’s Christmas). It’s simply a way of life for them which they generally do not question.

Americans, on the other hand, are generally offended by the notion of the State creating or controlling their churches, or that their churches would be subordinate to the State. However, this is exactly what has occurred in recent years as a direct result of churches incorporating and seeking a 501c3 status — they have become State-Churches.

A free-church is a church that is truly separate, independent and autonomous from the State. It is established by a local body of Christian believers, or chartered or “planted” by another church body or denomination, without the permission or sanction of the State. The only “sovereign” of the free-church is the Lord Jesus Christ. A free-church cannot incorporate, it cannot seek a 501c3 status, it cannot become a tax collector for the State (withholding agent), it cannot accept government-issued tax numbers (EIN).

The term “free-church” was widely used by the American colonists. It was not a term that they coined, but one which they inherited from their fathers and forebears such as the Scottish Covenanters, and the “non-conformist” English clergy, both of whom fled the persecutions of the Anglican State-Church and it’s “sovereign head” the British monarchy.

Even after American independence there continued to be Christians who fled the religious persecution of their State-Church systems for the freedom of religion America offered them. They too often used the term “free-church” to describe the churches they organized. Such an example of this would be the Evangelical Free Church, which was founded by a group of Scandinavians who settled in America in the mid-nineteenth century.

Tragically, the Evangelical Free Church In America today has become a “Free Church” in name only. By incorporating and becoming a 501c3 they, some years ago, decided to abandon those principles that their Swedish, Danish and Norwegian forefathers endured great persecution for.

Equally tragic is the demise of the so-called “Free-Church of Scotland.” Were they honest it would be renamed the “State-Church of Scotland.” So thoroughly has it become a State-Church that Scottish pastors receive their paychecks from the government (and it happened because the Scottish clergy insisted upon it). He who pays the piper calls the tune.

The church must cease operating as an underling, subordinate to the State, or in any way dependent upon the State for “privileges and benefits.” The solution rests in the church organizing and operating as achurch — the ecclesia, not as something other than what the Lord Jesus Himself ordained and specified. Jesus spoke of the church as a “body” with Himself as the “head” of His church, and we as various “members of the body.” The church is, therefore, not an “organization” (a “legal entity”) but a living, breathing “organism.”

This should not be a difficult biblical doctrine to grasp, particularly for the Pastor. Sadly, however, ever since local churches started organizing as tax-exempt non-profit corporations in the mid-twentieth century, and since the incorporated 501c3 church is now the status quo, many folks have a hard time conceiving of the church operating as just a church. For some odd reason, just being a church isn’t good enough anymore for too many Christians.

The thinking today appears to be that we must somehow be smarterthan Jesus and His disciples were. They refused to incorporate and that refusal resulted in their persecution (incorporation of all “spontaneous collectivities of persons” became mandatory throughout the Roman Empire by 6 A.D.). We’re told that we live in a far more complex world than the first-century church, and so the church too must inevitably become more complex and just adapt to the complexities of the modern information age. The simplicities of the organizational infrastructure (polity) of the early church are no longer adequate to address the complex world in which we live.

Those who hold to such beliefs, whether in word or deed, are in reality, making a public proclamation that Jesus Christ is no longer competent to govern His own church and provide for, and protect it.

The courts well-understand that “a church is not an entity recognized in law,” meaning that they have no jurisdiction over the church. However, organizing a church as a church is an especially difficult concept for attorneys to grasp. Few attorneys can comprehend that there are things and issues completely outside the purview and jurisdiction of the civil government, nor do they much care for the idea. After all, it’s hard to get many billable hours out of those churches that understand that the civil government has no jurisdiction over them. A free-church needs an attorney like a fish needs a bicycle.

The legal support for the State’s lack of jurisdiction over the church in America is not only the Word of God, but the First Amendment to the Constitution for the United States:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…

No church in any nation at any point in history can lay claim to the freedoms and liberties that are guaranteed the church in America. The First Amendment is an act of God’s Providence to safeguard His church and maintain its independence from the State. The First Amendment is the highest form of real protection the church has ever known in history.

The solution rests in the church abandoning the phony third-rateprotections and benefits of the State and returning to those realprotections and benefits that are ours in Christ Jesus.

Although it’s not inherently difficult to unlicense a State-Church1 and/or organize and operate as a free-church or free-ministry, you’ll still need some guidance and direction. Thankfully, there’s no need to hire an attorney. All you need is some basic do-it-yourself education, and that’s what this ministry offers.

We have a couple of options available for you, but for most folks the best one is our National Unlicensed Church Conference. Videos and Syllabus of that conference are available.




1). We define a State-Church as any of the following:

  1. An incorporated church
  2. An incorporated 501c3 church
  3. A 501c3 “unincorporated association” church 
  4. A corporation sole church (contrary to the myths promulgated by the corporation sole peddlers, a corporation sole is a corporation, and it makes little difference whether or not it is also a 501c3. A corporation sole church is a State-Church).

501(c)3 Churches

Ministers Gag Order 501(c)3

Many in ministry use the 501c3 application to seek tax-exempt status to function as churches. However, when you ask them what those numbers and letter mean…they are not so sure.

Effects of seeking government jurisdiction

Many ministers believe they must by law seek IRS exemption from federal taxes…even though in its various publications the IRS disagrees with that unfounded belief. Such ministers believe their legitimacy derives from such government approval…and not from God.

However…to exchange the headship of Christ for unneeded state ‘favors’ is to willingly declare your ministry is NOT a church. Making it a privileged government entity…with its ability to speak God’s whole truth shut down…is to voluntarily disestablish it as a church because it must operate and represent private civil law…not God’s law.  God is not a subject of the federal government.

So…let’s see if the 501c3 church’s belief that it must operate according to government rules has any foundation in law…

Does the IRS require churches to seek tax exemption?

The short answer is “No, it does not”. Because it cannot grant an exemption to its requirements unless an organization first seeks to be subect to and governed by its requirements under IRS 501c3 rules. That’s just logical.In fact, the IRS makes it clear in its own publication #1828 Tax guide for Churches and Religious Organizations on page 3 that “churches need not apply”.  Here’s what it says… (pay close attention to the language…)

Recognition of Tax Exempt Status

(Notice that the IRS “recognizes” but makes no claim to “confer” tax exempt status. As Aristotle has made clear…the words are important.  Recognition implies the preexistence of some condition [such as tax immunity]. Confer means to create some condition. The words “recognition” and “confer” cannot be synomous because they contradict each other.)Automatic Exemption for Churches…

(“Automatic” means exemption was not “conferred” by the IRS.)

Their publication says…”Although there is no requirement to do so, many [which means not all] churches seek recognition of tax-exempt status from the IRS.”

Most people believe that the IRS confers the exemption. But the IRS says plainly that churches need have nothing at all to do with the IRS.

If you don’t read that slowly and carefully you will miss the important Constitutional point.

“…there is no requirement to do so”… is an understatement. The Constitution actually prohibits the federal government from requiring anything of churches…unless churches ask for government control.

“…many churches seek recognition…” from the IRS that they are immune to taxation. (Other private and public organizations…such as Wal-Mart… and state governments… also recognize a church’s tax immunity.)

The IRS does not confer immunity to taxation on churches…it only acknowledges or using its own word “recognizes” such immunity.

The Constitution secures church immunity from taxation.

When church people comply with IRS 501c3 rules…to which they have consented by a 501c3 application for IRS jurisdiction…in order not to lose their tax-exempt status… they’ve got it quite wrong…because they cannot lose that status.

If a church broke IRS 501c3 application regulations, the church still would be tax exempt under the Constitution even after the IRS withdrew its formal recognition of the church’s tax-exempt status…which the IRS says above is not needed in the first place.

The IRS cannot withdraw a church’s immunity to taxation because it did not…could not…confer such immunity in the first place. And the IRS…so secretive in many other ways…makes no secret of that fact.

The 501c3 application is an example of the churches crossing boundariesseeking and consenting to the jurisdiction of and regulation by the federal government. And, of course, what the government silences under 501c3 is political speech. Such jurisdiction and regulation is contrary to God’s revealed word and God’s law.

For example, because homosexual marriage has become politicized… criticizing it…or criticizing politicians in favor of it…from the pulpit could be considered at one extreme as church involvement in politics (an IRS 501c3 no-no) or at the other extreme as ‘hate speech’.

Why do priests and religious ministers pay taxes?

If you would like to read a short history of why churches were only relatively recently added to the list of exempt organizations in 26 USC 501(c)(3)…at the instigation of Lyndon Johnson… (it was essentially to silence the churches with their consent) you can go from the 501c3 application to 501(c)(3) facts.

Also you can download a FREE training course to give to your pastor…“What Pastors Need To Know”about lawfully reclaiming their constitutional right to political speech from the pulpit while remaining immune to taxation.

Follow the links in that document to verify everything for yourself about how a 501c3 application prevents witnessing to God’s word and what to do about it.

This is important to do because most people operate from “traditions” and unverified beliefs about the IRS 501c3 application and its rules. These traditional beliefs are exactly opposite to what the law and the IRS…actually say about churches and taxation.

Traditions…beliefs…opinions…and presumptions don’t matter.  The law matters…and only the law matters. The U.S. Congress and the IRS say plainly that churches are immune to federal income tax unless the churches seek to be governed by the Internal Revenue Code via the 501c3 application

And can the law represented on the 501c3 application silence God’s law? The IRS says not without the minister’s consent. And can a ministry be a true church when it agrees not to speak God’s law?  Not according to the gospel of Matthew (7:21ff).

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Entrepreneurship Ministry Reasons Why Business Leaders Reject Their Local Church

Entrepreneurship Ministry  shares 10 Reason Business Leaders Reject Their Local Church

1. The leadership cap of the pastor is less than that of the marketplace leader. One of the greatest shocks I have felt over the years occurred when I realized that not every pastor is a strong leader. I had to learn the difference between a leader and a minister. Every leader is a minister but not every minister is a good leader. By leader I mean someone who knows how to cast vision, strategize on how to go from A to Z, and then galvanize people to get behind that vision. (Successful business leaders and entrepreneurs must constantly put budgets together that match their business plans and then measure their success or failure based on legitimate feedback systems to monitor progress.)
Oftentimes the pastor that a marketplace leader sits under might not have the same level of influence on other people that key business leaders have. Thus, such a business leader will have a hard time respecting their pastor as their leader or overseer. If a business leader is a 7 or 8 out of 10 on the leadership scale, and the pastor is only a 5 or 6, the business leader needs to leave that church and find an apostolic leader of a local church with a leadership level of 9 or 10 who understands how to lead and nurture other entrepreneurs. The only other alternative would be for the business leader to keep his family in a nurturing church and then have an apostolic leader from another region personally coach him or her in their spiritual life.

2. The financial mismanagement of the tithe. A billionaire once told me that if he gave his full tithe to his local church, it would probably be destroyed by it! The pastor would not know what to do with the tithe because it exceeds the management capacity of the church trustees and pastor. Many business leaders connect to God through order and systems that exhibit excellence, not just emotionally or spiritually. In cases like this, business leaders will give part of their tithe to foundations or nonprofit charities they have created that know how to harness finances much better than their local churches. (Note, however, this is not the best-case scenario and is not necessarily congruent with the storehouse concept of Malachi 3:8-14. Marketplace leaders are sometimes left with no other alternative unless they can find capable apostolic leaders and their ministries, which they can personally sow into.)

3. Not being appreciated as a fellow minister in the kingdom of God. Ephesians 4:10-12 teaches that the main function of the ministry gifts Christ gave the church is to prepare God’s people for the work of the ministry. Verse 10 tells us the reason Christ ascended was to “fill all things.” Hence, context demands that our definition of preparing the saints for the ministry (verse 12) involves training leaders for every realm of the created order, not just church ministry. When high-level business leaders or emerging leaders are in a local church and their pastor does not treat them as a marketplace minister in the kingdom of God, they will lose interest and leave the church. People only go where their gifts and calling are celebrated.

4. Business leaders are only viewed as a cash cow for the church. Unfortunately, the only value some pastors place on high-level business leaders is that their tithe helps fund the vision of the church. When people feel like they are only being used for their finances, they will eventually leave the church.

5. Pastors do not know how to utilize great marketplace leaders. Pastors need to view potential or actual marketplace leaders as gems in the kingdom of God who have the ability to help bring kingdom vision to pass. Often a pastor will only look to pour into potential preachers, overlooking emerging marketplace leaders in their discipleship process. One of the signs of an apostolic leader is their ability to discern the kingdom leadership callings of those under their care, and then properly place them and minister to them. Marketplace leaders can be successfully trained to lead financial committees, kingdom expansion in regard to the creation of charities, and community development and business ventures that can generate income streams to expand a local church’s influence and service capacity. When studying the book of Acts and the New Testament epistles, we see that Paul the Apostle had a group of more than 20 benefactors who were part of his team. Paul knew that he could not be successful in his mission without properly utilizing those called to generate wealth in the marketplace.

6. Not crafting a proper discipleship plan. Marketplace leaders have odd hours, travel frequently and cannot always fit nicely into typical discipleship structures of local churches. For example, they have a hard time fitting into a weekly requirement of attending small groups and sometimes cannot attend Sunday services every week. Pastors who attempt to force marketplace leaders into the mold of the general blue-collar populace will frustrate them and eventually lose them. Discipleship plans need to be personalized with the pastoral expectation of the business leader to prioritize Sunday attendance and small group attendance as best they can. Also, marketplace leaders do not usually need a pastor to give them financial or business advice unless it is dealing with biblical ethics and principles. Pastors should concentrate on the personal and family life of marketplace leaders in their churches. Leaders in high-stress jobs, like those on Wall Street, are often challenged to keep their families in order and their lives properly balanced.

7. Churches often do not have a clear mission and vision. When high-level marketplace leaders participate in any organization, they need to understand the purpose and goals of the organization’s existence. Often, the only plans of pastors are for high church attendance and anointed meetings. Sometimes even plans to erect a new building are not enough because there needs to be a reason to fill the building and give financially. Marketplace leaders are not wired to emotionally connect to organizations (including churches) with no clear vision or goals to accomplish that vision.

8. Sunday services appeal only to the uneducated or those without means. Every local church has a particular subculture that attracts—whether intentional or not—a particular category of people in regard to age, income and ethnicity. Pastors who want to attract successful business leaders need to understand who is attracted by the culture of their church, because culture always trumps both vision and anointing. Pastors need to ask themselves the following questions before they should expect successful business people to attend their churches:

What is the appearance of the church building, both inside and out? Successful people are attracted to success and repelled by sloppy appearances.
Is parking available for their expensive cars? Who would want to park their expensive car three blocks away from their local church in an at-risk neighborhood?
Is there a spirit of excellence exhibited in the way church business is conducted?
Does the church have a compelling vision?
How are Sunday service announcements made?
How are people dressed on Sundays?
Does the leadership of the church include successful business people?
Is the preaching condescending or uplifting and motivating? Does it appeal only to the uneducated or also to the educated? Those in a higher economic bracket are usually independent thinkers and cannot be screamed at or only told what to do, unlike former drug addicts or prisoners who come out of strict programs and need to be told what to do, to keep them in line.
Does the church have a heart for community service in which marketplace leaders’ gifts can be utilized?
Do poorer church members gravitate constantly to successful business leaders for handouts?
Will poorer church members exhibit resentment towards those who own multiple homes, expensive cars and travel frequently?

9. Biblical preaching is not relevant to their needs. Preaching that is only hype, without practical substance, or preaching what is merely exegetically correct (unpacking the history, culture, original languages, and biblical author’s intent) without skillfully applying the text to the felt needs of one’s audience will cause marketplace leaders to disconnect from messages that are preached. These leaders are wired to succeed in life and are often under great stress every day to perform at a high professional level. Thus, they need messages that will motivate them to excel and believe for great things and relevant teachings to empower their personal lives, marriages and families.

10. People constantly ask them for handouts. Pastors who want an economically diverse local church need to instruct their leaders and congregations on how to relate to successful people. Often, successful business people will attend a church that attracts other successful people, so they do not stand out from the rest of the congregation (and thus attract those who always have their hands out for money). Secondary leaders in a local church should be the first ones trained on how to interact with key marketplace leaders, since they will often be the first ones “in line” to use their influence in the church to sell an idea or get a handout!

Finally, pastors who desire economically diverse congregations with both the rich and poor feeling welcome must intentionally work on these ten areas if they desire a church subculture that attracts both groups of people. Learn more at Entrepreneurship Ministry https://recyclingdollars.wordpress.com/entrepreneurship-ministry/

Why We Need More Entrepreneurial Church Leaders, Not More Shepherds

Why We Need More Entrepreneurial Church Leaders, Not More Shepherds

Entrepreneurs spiritual leaders

I realize I might be opening up a controversial conversation. But I think it has to be said. And I hope you’ll hear me out. If the church is going to reverse some trends and maximize potential, we need more entrepreneurial pastors, not more shepherds. There’s too much at stake to ignore this conversation.

We’re (Quite Literally) Missing the Boat

If you’re a Christian, for certain the reason you have the faith you have is because Jesus died and rose again. That’s the absolute foundation of our faith.

But would you ever have heard about Jesus if a rabbi named Saul hadn’t sailed all over the known world telling every Jewish and non-Jewish person he could find about Jesus, planting churches almost everywhere he went?

The Apostle Paul, as he became known, left a huge impact not just on the church, but on millions of lives (and on human history) because he possessed the spiritual gift of apostleship.

What’s an apostle? To put it into today’s idiom, an apostle is a spiritual entrepreneur. (Here’s a great article from Leadership Journal about apostleship in the church today.)

A shepherd cares for a (usually) small group. An apostle launches dozens, hundreds or thousands of new communities of Christ-followers.

The church today is flooded with leaders who fit the shepherd model, caring for people who are already assembled, managing what’s been built and helping to meet people’s needs. (This is also a spiritual gift.)

But we have far too few leaders who have the spiritual gift of apostleship.

I believe this helps explain the malaise in much of the Western church in which the vast majority of churches are plateaued or declining.

We quite literally need people to get in a boat (or a car or a plane) and start new things, shake up the old and lead into a better tomorrow.

When it comes to spiritual gifting in today’s church, we are quite literally missing the boat.

Is This Just Another Slam of Small Churches….?

Is this another slam against small churches?

Well…yes and no.

I love what Karl Vaters has said about small churches.  Karl Pastors in Orange County California, where everyone has a mega church it seems. He leads a smaller church.

According to Karl,

90% of the churches in the world have less than 200 people.

80% have less than 100 people.

And he asks a great question. What if [having a lot of small churches] is not a problem; what if that’s a strategy God wants to use?”

Interesting. You could hear this as a justification for keeping churches small (a justification I’ve heard far too many times).

But hear him out. He adds a crucial caveat:

I’m not interested in someone who says “We have these few. That’s all we ever want. That’s all we ever need.” If that’s your attitude, God bless you (I don’t think he will.)

I want people who want to innovate…who realize that maybe because of their gifting it works better in a small setting. But it’s not about settling. Never settle. Never settle.

Couldn’t agree more. Thank you Karl! (Here’s his whole interview.)

I just wonder if part of that innovation is going to come from people (even in small churches) with the gift of apostleship. If the church as a whole is going to grow, this has to become an all-skate.

5 Things Entrepreneurial Leaders Bring

There are at least gifts crucial skills (gifts) entrepreneurial leaders bring to the table:

  1. The willingness to risk

The early church took incredible risks. People risked their health, safety, financial security and their very lives for the sake of the Gospel.

In a time when too many churches are trying to figure out how to survive, we need leaders who will change the question to how the church is going to thrive.

You can’t do that without risk. Being willing to risk what you have today is the best way to get to a different tomorrow.

  1. Experimentation

Have you ever asked yourself what it would have been like to be in the New Testament church?

It was an audacious experiment that God was completely behind. Everything changed in a generation; the place of worship, who worshipped, where people worshipped, how they worshipped, how they connected to each other, how they gave and how they forgave.

There isn’t a single element of everyday life that looked the same after a decade of life in the church.

If the church is going to grow, it’s going to have to change. (I wrote about 11 characteristics of future churches here.)

  1. A restless discontent with the status quo

Entrepreneurs and apostles are never satisfied. While it can be frustrating to work with someone who is never satisfied, it’s an essential gift in birthing what’s new and expanding a current mission.Entrepreneurs are not only discontent with what others have created; they’re soon discontent with what they’ve helped create.Paul died in prison longing to do more. Why do we make fun of church leaders today who have the same sense of urgency?

  1. Boldness

If you search the New Testament, you’ll see boldness as a hallmark of early church leaders.You can hardly describe the church culture of many churches today as bold. Anemic, maybe. Bold, no.

And when people become bold, people criticize them for being arrogant or in it for themselves. Well, sometimes yes. But often no. They’re just exercising a God-given gift. Paul, after all, was no stranger to that criticism.

After all, boldness moved the cause of Christ forward in a remarkable way, changing millions of lives.

  1. A bias for action

We have plenty of thinkers in the church and not nearly enough doers.

Entrepreneurs bring a bias for action that is often astonishing. Spiritual entrepreneurs accomplish things nobody else accomplishes because they do things nobody else is willing to do.

If you think about the (much criticized) innovations in today’s church (video venues, multisite churches, online campuses etc.) you realize that you open yourself to a world of criticism when you start bold new things. So what?

Not the Only Thing, But a Missing Thing

I’m not saying the gift of apostleship is the only thing, but it is a missing thing.

Conventional seminaries are mostly addicted to producing shepherds. If all we get have is shepherds stepping into leadership, then what you get is people who will (mostly) care for small groups of people.

Organizationally, it makes some sense to hire leaders and have shepherd volunteer.  You can care for hundreds, or thousands, of people through volunteer shepherd (we call them small group leaders) and let the leaders lead.

Do we need the gift of shepherding? Absolutely.

But we’re desperately missing the gift of spiritual entrepreneurship in the church today.

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Jesus chose 12 disciples to help him and 7 of them were Fishermen. I wonder Why? Who have you chosen to work on your team? Do you have people in a Leadership position that shouldn’t be there? Leaders lead and don’t sit around waiting for instructions on what to do. Despite the size of your membership you can be earning Mega Church Income using the Right System like the Entrepreneurship Ministry.


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Bishop TD Jakes Talks About BLACKS Being Consumers instead of PRODUCERS


George’s address to the Los Angeles Black MBA contingent in January of 2013.

This is a powerful message on how we need to think beyond our J.O.B, the job is helping us just get by. God didn’t put us on Earth just to get by, we’re here to live a life of abundance, to PROSPER, have DOMINION and have AUTHORITY. Unfortunately MOST jobs are blocking us from bringing our gifts to fruition.

Apostles, Bishops, Pastors, Teachers and Leaders now it’s time to use the 21st Century way of rebuilding your tithes and offerings by giving back into your ministry to insure that all your members have a business.

A Business is an organization of systems that will work for you whether you’re there or not  24/7  to Prosper you. In order to live the abundant lifestyle God Promised Us we need to be prospering 24/7 instead working for someone else to prosper them 8 to 5.

The Church has a Building Fund to take care of it’s needs so why not start a Personal Building fund for your membership to take care of their needs in the form of a business.

Remember if you feed a man a fish he’ll eat for a day but if you teach a man to fish he’ll eat for a lifetime.

Use Leverage and Duplication so you can be Fruitful and Multiply Yourself. A Fisherman is a Fisher of men. Look at what God did he chose 7 Disciples out of 12 who were fishermen. Are you teaching your members how to become fishermen through a Entrepreneurship Ministry Click on Image below to learn about the Cash Flow Quadrant.

Learn how to make money, understand the business, understand the product, understand the system. Its not about RETAILING. Its not about RECRUITING. Its about the SYSTEM.

Just remember that It will all come back to you because you are the creator. God wants us to be a creator like him and that’s what you’re going to allow your membership to do. Be Creators of Jobs and not working a job. The Head and not the Tail.

You’re just catching up using automation and modern Technology that will allow us to do this. Our System works just like the bank using OPM other people money for our benefit and not theirs.

Recycling Dollars between your own members. That’s creating a New Economy for You and Your Members Families for Generations. This is how you start to build Generational Income

A Business, an organization of systems that will work to prosper you whether you’re there or not 24/7 

God never intended for his people to work for someone else. God wants us to be the head and not the tail. There is nowhere in the bible does God tell you to get a JOB. He says to go to WORK. In order to work you need an opportunity to create jobs

The LADA Group Entrepreneurship Ministry has a solution for you. It’s an opportunity to have your own business system to recycle dollars back into the community. Each church member will sow into each other and then reap the returns. It’s simply giving and receiving. It’s SeedTime and Harvest. 

The Key to Receiving anything you want in life is that you must Give First. You can’t Reap until you Sow. There will be no Harvest if you don’t First Plant the Seeds in a proper system to give you what you want to receive. Click Image to See Video

We must redistribute wealth among African Americans

The Entrepreneurship Ministry of The LADA Group is made of members who have established businesses within the community and encourage the entrepreneurial spirit within others. The goal of the ministry is to provide fertile ground that allows people with a God given idea to learn how to establish and grow a professional business. Our purpose is to empower and educate the individuals and entrepreneur in the ways of building wealth and prosperity by breaking the cycle of debt and poverty.  We also, commit ourselves to teaching our children in the areas of finance, to financially support the church, our families, our community businesses, and pass on a legacy of knowledge and wealth, to the next generation.

The Principle of Buying and selling Dr Steve Parson

You are invited to bring your gifts and talents in this area to the ministry.

The Lada Group is all about group economics and recycling dollars back into the community. Team up with us and lets start a movement that’s going nationwide. Listen to what this white man has to say about what we need to do

Malcolm X Talking About Black Economic

Dr Claud Anderson Why Blacks Have To Start Businesses

We already got all the money that we need. We just need to connect together and recycle it back into our community.  We just need to put in it into a system like the lada group entrepreneurship ministry has to offer.

George Fraser speaks at the State of the Black Union Economic Empowerment The Black Business Builders Club is a working solution to that end as is The LADA Group who has the current movement going on Join Us…


CLICK IMAGE TO SEE What is Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurialism?


Gold and Silver in Bible Prophecy. I’ve been studying the subjects of Bible prophecy (prophecy is the Bible’s predictions of the future) and the precious metals market for the past several years. Click on Image above to learn more…



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Click on Image above to Find out what the Bible has to say about money, giving, debt, and finances as you learn to be a wise steward of the resources God has given you.



THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP MINISTRY WILL SHOW YOU THE WAY To create Cashflow for you and your Membership

Click Image is See Why We Need More Entrepreneurial Church Leaders, Not More Shepherds

Click Image to See Entrepreneurship Ministry Reasons Why Business Leaders Reject Their Local Church

The church has been silents by the 501(c)(3) and the leaders don’t even know it. The way the government has set it up, the church can not speak out against things that go on in the community. The can’t because they will risk getting their 501(c)(3) pulled and they won’t be able to enjoy the benefits of the tax exemption. With the 501(c)(3) enabling the church to make and receive money free and clear of governmental tax, they can run it like a for profit business and make the pastors/bishops/or whoever is running the church rich.

501(c)(3) exemptions apply to corporations, and any community chest, fund, cooperating association or foundation, organized and operated exclusively for religious, charitable, scientific, testing for public safety, literary, or educational purposes, to foster national or international amateur sports competition, to promote the arts, or for the prevention of cruelty to children or animals. There are also supporting organizations which are often referred to in shorthand form as “Friends of” organizations.

For more information leave contact info below or call Bryce Jackson or Larry Smith @ 619-332-3042


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