MISSIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP FRAMEWORK

The Missional Entrepreneurship Framework is a carefully designed model for sustainably deploying financial resources to points of greatest need in frontier missions, by legally allotting shares from syndicated companies to missionaries and paying out interim dividends thereof.


HOW IT WORKS

Our partnering missional companies are companies setup with the sole aim of making profit for frontier missions by transferring 100% equity to missions, or companies committed to advancing frontier missions by transferring some percentage of equities to this course.
Missionaries receive funds in form of Temporary Venture Allotments (TVAs). TVAs are renewable, retrievable “shares” created from equities held by BSMS; they entitle the holders to interim dividend payouts, without bestowing shareholder rights and obligations on them. Missionaries holding TVAs receive dividends, which are simply distributions of net profit after tax in proportion to the TVAs they hold. TVAs are not treated as typical company shares, all shares are held by BSMS, while TVAs are simply frameworks for distributing dividends to missionaries.

Payments are made directly to missionaries or through mission agencies and sending organizations with established reputations for working among unreached people groups.

The undergirding principle is simple: rather than simply give money to missions, we partner with missional companies to invest that money and give the investments to missionaries. Presently our partnering companies’ areas of investment are technology, agriculture and manufacturing.
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