Social Entrepreneurship is hope for the decaying world and an opportunity for Christian missions. We are living in very uncertain times where many nations are shutting its doors to Christianity and mission work. These countries are using economic gallows to choke the Christian propaganda by prohibiting money flow in order to stop the mission work. Having this in mind, the author has introduced Social Entrepreneurship as a tool for self sustaining mission work, which surpasses the idea of BAM (Business as Mission), and gives a way to spread hope to the hopeless, communities, and to the world.
1. Theoretical Consideration of Social Entrepreneurship
2. Missional Basis for Social Entrepreneurship
3. Biblical Perspectives on Social Entrepreneurship
4. Theological Reading of Social Entrepreneurship
Manoj Parajuli completed his MPhil in Sociology, and then went on to complete his Master of Theology in Mission Studies from Luther W. New Jr. Theological College, Dehradun. He has served numerous Mussoorie churches as well as served in a ministry of inner healing and deliverance for six years. Currently, he is working with Assemblies of God in various capacities.