According to a 2017 Gallup statistic, about three-quarters of Americans identify with the Christian faith. The United States is still primarily a Christian country, and people of faith play a significant part in the country’s economy. A survey from the Small Business Trends concluded that the religious goods, services, and institutions that compose the American faith economy are worth roughly $1.2 trillion per year, more than the annual earnings of Apple and Microsoft combined.

Maybe you are a Christian entrepreneur dreaming of integrating your faith into your business life and inspiring others with Christian morals and values. Setting up a Christian-focused business can help you inspire others and attract more people who share the same values and beliefs as you. If you still haven’t decided on a name for your business venture, here are some suggestions.


Biblical Business Name Ideas

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  • Uplifting Clothing Co.
  • Seeds Of Heaven.
  • Books Of Grace.
  • Relevant News Cafe.
  • Christian Merch Shop.
  • Creative Calling.
  • Strong & Courageous Bakery.
  • Rejoice Always.
  • True Joy And Peace.
  • Thanksgiving Shop.
  • Inspired By Hope.
  • Divine Day Beauty Spa.
  • The Twelve Disciples.
  • The ARK Bistro.
  • Partners Company.
  • The Three Coats Of Joseph.
  • The Holy Grounds.
  • Green Pastures Garden Cafe.
  • True Joy Publishing.
  • Born To Give Co.
  • The Christian Gifts.
  • Joyfully Given.
  • Christ-Centered Art Shop.
  • New Heights Dance Ministry
  • Bread of Life.
  • Tree of Life Nursery.
  • Everlasting Life Bookstore.
  • Heart of Fire Christian Candles.
  • God is Good Bookstore.
  • His Blood.
  • Strong Tower Fitness.
  • Service Master.
  • Divine Path Bookstore.
  • Born Again.
  • Serving in Missions.
  • Interstate Batteries.

Christian Name Ideas

The cross symbolizes the crucifixion of Jesus.

When choosing a Biblically inspired business name, keep in mind that it should be relevant and reflect your values and visions. Check out the list below for some great Christian business names to consider.

  • Relentless Love.
  • Hope Christian Company.
  • The Christian Gifts.
  • The Green Tree.
  • Christian Merch Shop.
  • Christ-Centered Art Shop.
  • Good Shepherds.
  • Everlasting Cafe.
  • Samson’s Strength.
  • Heart of Fire Christian Candles.
  • Adam and Eve Clothing.
  • Morning Rise Products.
  • One Way Bookstore.
  • Healing Ray.
  • Shine Books And Cafe. 
  • God’s Plan Cafe.
  • True Wisdom Products.
  • True Armour Bookstore.
  • Barefoot Cafe.
  • Zion Music Store. 
  • White Robes Co.
  • Destiny Products. 
  • God’s Light.
  • God Is My Help Cafe.
  • Adriel Store.
  • Apples of Gold.
  • Feeding The Soul.
  • Mount Zion.
  • Sweet Savor Bakery.
  • Divine Day Spa.
  • Rise Again Restaurant + Cafe. 
  • Nightingale Trust.
  • The Narrow Path.
  • Alpha And Omega.

Biblical Farm Name Ideas

Panoramic view of a farm.

If you are starting a Biblical-themed farm, you could use words like “Blessed”, “Grace”, “Angel”, or “Heaven” and you can combine these words to “Acres”, “Farm”, or “Fields”.

  • The Good Farmers.
  • Unified Farmers.
  • Divine Ranch.
  • Still Waters Homestead.
  • Peaceful Ranch.
  • Abundant Fields.
  • Angel’s Farm.
  • Born Again Acres.
  • Trinity Field.
  • Bethany Acres.
  • The Ark’s Farm.
  • Rise Again Acres.
  • Born Again Ranch.
  • Narrow Path Pastures.
  • Hope Deliverers And Farmers.
  • Bread of Life Homestead.

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  • God’s Little Field.
  • Little Light Barn.
  • Acres Of Grace.
  • Peaceful Pine Homestead.
  • Green Pastures.
  • Heart of Heaven Farms.
  • Jordan River Ranch.
  • Kidron Valley Farms.
  • Good Shepherds.
  • Galilee Farmers.
  • God’s Grace Acres.
  • Blissful Hearts Farmers.
  • Blessed Living Farm.
  • Shine A Light Homestead.
  • Living His Way Farms.
  • Farmers Of Hope.
  • The Silent Sanctuary.
  • Jesus Reigns Farms.

Biblical Group Name Ideas

A group of young women bow their heads and pray with bibles.

The spread of Christianity has resulted in an increased demand for Biblical group names that represent Christian ideals and beliefs. In the following list, we have rounded up some name ideas that will spark your interest.

  • Truth Seekers.
  • Unfathomable Glory.
  • Keepers of Hope.
  • Strong Devotion.
  • Hearts of Joy.
  • Spiritual Diet.
  • Journey Of Devotion.
  • Delight In Good News.
  • Following Him.
  • Live Loud.
  • Seeking Light.
  • Active Faith.
  • Corner of the Truth.
  • Friends of Jesus.
  • Soul Awakening.
  • Prayerful Society.
  • The Fire Within.
  • One Spiritual Family.
  • Young Disciples.
  • The Lord Listens.
  • Feeding The Soul.
  • The Fountain Of Grace.
  • Bible Youth Society.
  • Discovering Faith.
  • Grace Seekers.
  • Gathering Hope.
  • Victorious Hearts.
  • Gentle Hearts Family.
  • Joyous Blessings.
  • Faithfully Blessed.
  • Renewed Hearts.
  • Lifestyle Change.
  • Power of Prayer.
  • Circle of Joy.
  • Divine Prayer Circle.
  • Faith Nurturers.
  • Gathering For Him.
  • Following The King.
  • The Words Of Life.
  • Christ Is Our Comfort.
  • Honoring Our Savior.
  • His Ways Are Greater.
  • He Reigns.

Company Name Ideas Inspired by the Bible

These extra name suggestions can be utilized to widen your range of suggestions when naming your Biblical-based business. The more options you have, the better. Don’t be afraid to take some time to decide on the perfect name for your new business.

  • The Humble Wonders.
  • Mountain Of Faith.
  • The Disciples’ Corner.
  • Divine Day Spa.
  • People Of Hope.
  • Gospel Shield Book Shop.
  • Valley Of Goodness. 
  • Perfect Reflection Bistro.
  • Seeking Rejoices.
  • The Christian Gallery.
  • Life Filled With Grace. 
  • Inner Strength Merch.
  • True Courage And Faith.
  • Miracles From God.
  • Footprints Of Angels.
  • Manna Breads And Cafe.
  • Have Faith Store.
  • The Real Joy.
  • Life With Faith Corner.
  • Counting Blessings.
  • Living In Purity.
  • Wisdom Warriors.
  • The Good Word Shop.
  • Fuel Daily Cafe.
  • Brave Spirits Co.
  • Unchanging Love.
  • Heart Felt Love.
  • The Grace Project.
  • True Healing Corner.
  • Daily Reset.
  • Blessed Living.
  • United With Love.
  • People Of Humility.
  • Heaven On Earth Co.
  • Joy Of Charity.
  • Silent Prayers.
  • True Confidence.
  • Spirit Guide Bookstore.

Bible Verses About Business

Genesis is the first book in the Bible.

Here are the best verses about the Bible’s take on business found in the Old and New Testaments. May these connected biblical quotes provide you with some insight!

  • Acts 19:24-25  (NIV)

24 A silversmith named Demetrius, who made silver shrines of Artemis, brought in a lot of business for the craftsmen there. 25 He called them together, along with the workers in related trades, and said: “You know, my friends, that we receive a good income from this business.

  • 1 Thessalonians 4:11 (NIV)

11 and to make it your ambition to lead a quiet life: You should mind your own business and work with your hands, just as we told you,

  • Colossians 3:23 (NIV)

23 Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters,

  • 2 Corinthians 9:8 (NIV)

8 And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work.

  • Daniel 8:27 (NIV)

27 I, Daniel, was worn out. I lay exhausted for several days. Then I got up and went about the king’s business. I was appalled by the vision; it was beyond understanding.

  • James 5:4  (NIV)

4 Look! The wages you failed to pay the workers who mowed your fields are crying out against you. The cries of the harvesters have reached the ears of the Lord Almighty.

  • Proverbs 22:29 (NIV)

29 Do you see someone skilled in their work? They will serve before kings; they will not serve before officials of low rank.

  • Leviticus 19:13 (NIV)

13 “ ‘Do not defraud or rob your neighbor. “ ‘Do not hold back the wages of a hired worker overnight.

  • Psalm 112:5 (NIV)

5 Good will come to those who are generous and lend freely, who conduct their affairs with justice.

  • Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)

11 For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

Bible Business Quotes

A woman sharing her Bible verse in their church community.

Business owners frequently question where they may get the best business guidance and counsel to grow their business, oblivious to the fact that the Bible has the answers. Let’s look at some Bible business quotes to help you get the most out of your business.

  • “Encourage people inside and outside the organization to act with integrity and avoid wrongdoing that could harm others.” — Michael E. Cafferky
  • “All of our skills and special talents that we use in our businesses are all given to us by God. He gives us the ability to make money and cut deals. He did it for our parents and mentors and he does it for us too.”  — Melinda Emerson
  • “Practice steward leadership. Use the resources wisely. Remember that God owns it all and He will reward those that use His resources to their maximum capability. Be ready to give an answer for all of your decisions. Seek to hear the words “well done.” — Ken Gosnell
  • “Promote freedom to choose, but set limits on freedom so as to prevent anarchy; avoid using coercion and manipulation. Put limits on destructive employee behaviors.” Michael E. Cafferky
  • “Dream big impossible dreams. Set big spiritual goals. Stretch yourself and your team. Find new ways to look at old problems. Embrace belief. Pray big prayers and expect bigger answers.” — Ken Gosnell
  • “It is important to have a prayerful life as an entrepreneur; it will help you on those days when things do not go your way. You need to have the strength to thank God, even when you do not win that big contract. God protects us when we do not get opportunities that we think we can’t survive without. Always be grateful.” — Melinda Emerson
  • “Prevent bullying, open expressions of anger or coercion.” Michael E. Cafferky
  • “Many entrepreneurs struggle with pride. Do not be afraid to tell clients or employees that you do not know the answer. Try to diffuse any issues with truth and by taking full responsibility for fixing the problem. Never let your ego get in the way of doing what’s in the best interest of your business.” — Melinda Emerson
  • “Foster a balance of power between those who are in higher authority and those in lower authority.” Michael E. Cafferky
  • “Respect the earth and all that it contains; minimize harm to the earth and its
  • resources; clean up after business activities.” Michael E. Cafferky

Maybe you’re a Christian entrepreneur looking to establish your own path and inspire others to help you realize your dreams. Integrating your faith into your business activities involves holding yourself to a high standard of ethical and moral behavior. Building a business on Biblical principles needs a shift in mindset, and it is to show the world that you are committed to more than simply economic success!

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