We believe in “True Christian Networking.

“True” Christian Networking means that we are not afraid to pray for one another.  We learn from and challenge each other to grow in faith and in business. 


We believe there are enough people for all of us to help and serve.  One person may relate to a different person in the same industry and we welcome diversity!  That’s why relationships are a big part of business and we pride ourselves on helping businesses create meaningful connections.

Note: Though we are a Christian business networking group, we do not limit those of different beliefs. All are welcome.  Just be aware that Jesus, God and the Bible will most likely be mentioned and prayer will be part of each meeting.

When and where do we meet?


  • Dallas Business Forum meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month (excluding Thanksgiving and Christmas weeks) at Spring Creek BBQ in Richardson.

  • Uplifing Lunch Hour meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at Rodeo Goat in Frisco.

  • Fort Worth Christian Business Networking meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday at Texas Pit BBQ in Saginaw.

Check out our calendar for meeting times and any changes in locations. 

What is a meeting like?

  • We start by ordering or selecting our foods and then gathering in a private area of our selected restaurant.
  • As we settle into the meeting, we will start with business introductions and sometimes a fun “get to know you” questions.
  • We will then have a lesson we read together, listen to a guest speaker or have an open discussion about a specifc topic of interest to our group.

Here’s what Stacey of Acumen Virtual Services had to say about our group: 

“I’ve been in other business exchange groups and visited quite a few, but this is the first group I’ve been in where I felt completely free to talk about how my Christian faith manifests itself in my business. In my experience most other groups are friendly enough, but I always felt intense pressure to provide leads and the competition of business. In a wonderful way this group allows me to be a Christian business woman.  Thank you.”