This website is a place where our faculty and selected guests will share their thoughts with you. We named this site “Business - Ministry - Life” because these words best represent what we do here in the Crowell School of Business. On this blog you will find posts ranging from the explanation of business concepts, to stories of how businesses are serving communities throughout the world, to thoughts about how to balance your professional life with God and family. Here in the Crowell School of Business, we believe that business is a calling; business is a way to serve the Lord. Please note that all blog posts are the opinion of their author and do not represent the opinion of Biola University.
Business as Ministry
In the Crowell School of Business, we teach that students can serve the Lord through their work in the marketplace. Our students are taught to think of business as ministry, and this theme runs throughout our entire program, as well as throughout our building. The Crowell School of Business building, opened in 2007, contains a gallery of photographs and biographies of the men and women who have exemplified the calling of “business as ministry”.
About the Crowell School of Business and Biola University
The Crowell School of Business prepares students academically with a foundational business education while nurturing their Christian commitment through solid biblical integration in courses and contact with faculty and staff. Our goal is to prepare graduates to be leaders in their profession, impacting the culture for Christ. We offer an undergraduate business degree with six concentrations, as well as an MBA.
Biola University is a private Christian university located in La Mirada, CA. For over 100 years, Biola — a community where all faculty, staff and students are professing Christians — has been committed to biblically centered education, intentional spiritual development and vocational preparation.
Our Comments Policy
Biola University and the Crowell School of Business welcome the community’s contributions to this blog. Comments contributed by the community are the opinion of the specific author and do not represent Biola University or the Crowell School of Business. We reserve the right, at our discretion, to screen and remove any content that is deemed inappropriate by University or blog policies. This includes, but is not limited to, content that contains commercial solicitations; is factually erroneous/libelous; is wildly off-topic; or that otherwise does not contribute thoughtfully to the topics being discussed. We thank you in advance for your role in helping establish a safe and exemplary online community that respects and encourages others.