Christian Business Fellowship Elgin Monthly Meeting
Our goal is to impact business leaders at every level.
From the seasoned entrepreneur to the corporate executive or the start-up small business - what would happen if Christian Business Owners were all connected? Can you imagine what God can do in the lives of individuals, families, communities, cities, and even countries? We believe God is clearly moving among business leaders. CBF is the result of our obedience to Him, in creating a channel in which He can easily work - one in which He can use to impact the world.
CBF’s teaching curriculum is created and delivered by business leaders whose real-life experience has proven each teaching session effective and successful. All of our teaching sessions are relevant to growth businesses at every stage – from early-stage survival mode to accelerated growth to full maturity. Topics include Leadership, Management, Growth Strategy, Go-To-Market Strategy, Sales, Marketing, Organizational Development, Culture, Operations, Cash Flow, Human Resources, Legal, and other aspects of business ownership or business leadership in a P&L-responsible corporate position.
Each session is delivered in high quality video with an accompanying worksheet – more of a workshop than a lecture. CBF members have access to the entire library of teaching sessions, with new sessions by dynamic teachers debuted at local chapter meetings and added to the library every month.
CBF is all about relationships. Real relationships. Our small communities of leaders of similar-sized organizations provide you a vibrant peer group. We call them Christian Advisory Boards, or CABs. CAB members enjoy enriching give-and-take; learning while sharing your experience, and encouraging each other to accelerate success. CABs also provide something prized by leaders but rare in the marketplace: accountability.
CBF currently meets for teaching and fellowship once a month at Harvest Bible Chapel (Elgin campus) located at 1000 N. Randall Rd, Elgin, IL 60123.
Monthly meetings take place on the third Wednesday of each month with the following itinerary: