Richard Higginson & Kina Robertshaw

A Voice to Be Heard

Christian entrepreneurs are at the heart of the church’s mission.

They are dynamic, innovative followers of Christ who are making a major contribution to our society through the companies they run, the products they make and the people they influence. A Voice to Be Heard explains and celebrates their work, mostly through their own words.

Theological educator Richard Higginson and former retail entrepreneur Kina Robertshaw have worked together on this ground-breaking study, based on interviews with fifty entrepreneurs. Exploring issues of vision, creativity, relationships, stewardship, integrity, prayer and perseverance, they show how people running their own businesses are exercising crucial roles in building God’s kingdom. With the church’s encouragement, they have the potential to do even more.

L-R: Kina Robertshaw, Bishop of Hereford Richard Frith, Richard Higginson
L-R: Kina Robertshaw, Bishop of Hereford Richard Frith, Richard Higginson
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Kina Robertshaw speaking at a launch event for A Voice To Be Heard
Kina Robertshaw speaking at a launch event for A Voice To Be Heard

Reviews of A Voice To Be Heard

An encouraging book for those who feel called by God to entrepreneurship and for those already on the journey.

Justin Welby

Practical, Biblical, Informative....this book conveys vividly the voices of Christian entrepreneurs and deserves to be read by anyone in business or training for business.

Lord Griffiths of Fforestfach

From car dealerships to toy stores, the book visits five particular entrepreneurs at work, and reveals their leadership lessons for us all.

Eve Poole

This excellent contribution to the growing literature on Christian entrepreneurs will inform and inspire readers and challenge Church leaders to include entrepreneurs in their thinking and planning around mission.

Michael Volland

A rare, insightful, engaging and eminently readable exploration of the interweaving of faith, ethics and business in the context of Christian entrepreneurship and of ordinary life, yet a book for everyone.

Stephen Earl

This book should be read by everyone who has any association with or interest in entrepreneurship.

Theodore L. Lewis

Faith clearly matters to these business people and to the authors of the book and this gives insight of how people of faith view the ethics and practice of business. Refreshing in an age when ethics seem to be the last consideration in a business decision.

Felix Christof

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