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Exclusive interview with founder Dr. John Mulford

Posted : admin 04 December 2014

  1) Can you describe what the Center for Entrepreneurship does? Regent University’s Center for Entrepreneurship seeks to transform people and nations through kingdom business. Specifically, we…   Research theoretical and practical foundations for kingdom business. Disseminate information about best practices and business opportunities to those who will join and advance the kingdom business movement. Equip …

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So Much Faithfulness!

Posted : admin 19 January 2012

By Dr. John Mulford Been so busy the last ten days, I’m just now coming up for air to write a few thoughts. I don’t know why I’m always amazed to see God show up in a miraculous way.  It happens every time I come to Rwanda.  I’m overwhelmed with thankfulness and joy. We have …

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Excitement, Anticipation, and Gratefulness

Posted : admin 17 January 2012

What a week we’ve had! God has blessed RCE with a number of opportunities to participate in advancing His kingdom on earth. The office is abuzz with excitement, anticipation, and gratefulness for God’s goodness. Here are the three most exciting! Volunteer Consultants – RCE launched a new program this month, inviting business people from around …

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More Success than We Imagined

Posted : admin 21 October 2011

Tuesday, October 18, 2011 Incredibly busy day getting ready for the all-day seminar on Wed and Thurs. Chick fil-A visiting execs, Mark and Brandon, were a huge hit in class tonight. Their detailed knowledge of operations of their stores amazed the class. I have never seen a class this animated, with non-stop questions that took …

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Busier Than a One-Armed Paper Hanger

Posted : admin 19 October 2011

Monday, October 17, 2011 Rich Tapestry of Current Learners, Graduates, Visitors, and Visiting Execs I was a bit worried when at 6:05 the visitors outnumbered the learners in the class. Eventually, a good number of the class arrived. They heard encouraging words from Jacques and Hamim (Cohort 2 Football Academy) about life after graduation. Then …

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When You Are #2 You Need to Try Harder

Posted : admin 13 October 2011

Wednesday, October 12, 2011 Had an interesting encounter at Tigo, the second largest cell phone company in Rwanda, today. In the cell phone business in Rwanda, Tigo is to MTN as Avis was to Hertz in the U.S.—a distant #2. Tigo is the up and comer—energetic, edgy, ambitious, but also chaotic. They dropped the ball …

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Results of the Business Plan Competition

Posted : admin 04 May 2011

Tuesday, May 3 (Business Plan Competition Today!) Dr. John Mulford Before we got to the fun of the business plan competition, I had the unpleasant task of telling three students that they had not successfully completed the program. I tried to make a positive outcome by telling them that we would continue working with them …

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Worldviews go deep

Posted : admin 27 April 2011

Tuesday, April 26 (Dr John Mulford) Had some interesting discussions with our South African visiting exec and a Rwandan businessman about the differences between traditional African worldviews and Western worldviews. Even though many Rwandan business people have been educated in Western models, they still retain subtle influences that predispose them to focus on the present …

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He Is Risen!

Posted : admin 26 April 2011

Sunday, April 24—Easter, He is risen! (Dr John Mulford) Warm greeting from Jean Marie, who prepared an excellent breakfast as usual. Tim Brubaker, Regent PhD student who has lived in Kigali for several years, recommended his church—Christian Life Assembly (CLA). It was tough to be away from home and family on Easter, but the CLA …

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Safe arrival!

Posted : admin 26 April 2011

Sat. evening April 23 (Dr John Mulford) Arrived in Kigali after a smooth flight. Great to see Dona’s smiling face greeting me. We have become family after six trips. Equally good to crash for a good night’s sleep at Solace guest house after 25 hours of travel. Dona brought the refrigerator and Solace set up …

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