“…there is no such thing as ownership of a nonprofit. A nonprofit is a public organization…it is controlled by a governing body of stakeholders called the Board of Directors.”
“Successfully Starting a New Nonprofit”
One of my goals was to set up frugalfish.org as a nonprofit organization. Reading this eBook showed me it would not be a good fit. I considered nonprofit status because I give away my tips and my writings are about the Bible.
Eventually, I would like to combine my blogs and generate enough income to cover the costs of a website. (I’m not sure how but an eBook is an option.)
Everything takes time. It usually takes more time than you think.
Exodus 19:1, “Three months after leaving Egypt the Israelites entered the Wilderness of Sinai.” The Message
The Israelites traveled for 3 months to reach Mount Sinai also called the Mountain of God. It was there He gave the “Ten Commandments” and all of the laws. God was teaching them how to live and conduct business when they reached Canaan.
“Honesty, ethics, and moral values were taught in the classrooms of major business schools. Professors placed strong emphasis on a company’s responsibility toward its employees, customers, and creditors. Why? Because prior to the twentieth century, business courses and indeed, business schools themselves were based on biblical principles.”
“Business by the Book: The Complete Guide of Biblical Principles for Business Men and Women” by Larry Burkett
My blogs, frugalfish.org and thisyearsbiblereadingguide.com are my business. This is my 10th year blogging and I’m nearing my 4000th post on this blog.
How should I celebrate that milestone?
October 23, 2019; Exodus 17-19.
“2019 Relevant Bible Reading Guide”
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