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As Christian work at home parents, we have a unique opportunity to bring Christ into our businesses. For me, it’s the ultimate reason why I am in business in the first place. I look at my company, AngelArts, as a Business As Mission. Think about this: we have an opportunity to share more about Christ […]

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March 16th, 2017

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