Mats Tunehag

  1. Business as Mission, BAM, is part of a greater godly plan which the Jews call tikkun olam[1]: repairing the world. We are living in the tension of the world that is and the world as it ought to be. Tikkun olam means co-creating with God, and bridging the gap between the world which is, and […]
  2. A brief introduction to Business as Mission, BAM We have produced “talking points” with this infographic. This document will give you a brief explanation of each of the five points. http://matstunehag.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/BAM-TALK-2.pdf For a copy of the infographic http://matstunehag.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/BAM-Infographic.pdf For a social media version, png file http://matstunehag.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Facebook_Version_BAMGLOBAL_website.png
  3. On March 17 many people around the globe celebrate St. Patrick. He was a human trafficking victim in the 5th century, who became a missionary to the people and land (Ireland) where he was a slave. Let me share a well-known prayer by St. Patrick, and customize it to a prayer for faith driven investors: […]
  4. She was amazed and perplexed at the same time. She was treated with respect and dignity. She was a woman challenged with disabilities. But her life had changed. With no or little prospect of ever getting a job, she was now working in a manufacturing company. She was creative, she had made friends, and she […]
  5. Business as Mission is about taking our Sunday talk into a Monday walk. Whatever we believe and profess in church on Sunday should be permeating our lives and business practices the rest of the week.[1] But we must strive towards a seamless integration of Sunday and Monday, of work and worship. There is a risk […]