CHRISTIAN SERVICES 2:
Now I would rather pay a Christian for a product or service, depending on the quality of his product or service, because I’d rather give the job or purchase quality product from a none Christian than to purchase inferior products from a Christian and end up having problem with him for supply of inferior product or poor quality service rendered.
If I hire you to fix my car I am expecting you to know what you are doing and to do it right the first time. If that doesn’t happen then I have wasted the money God gave me to steward, not to mention the time that I have lost. Perhaps the "Christian thing to do" would be to be honest and tell someone that their work is not the quality that it could be. Instead of feeling obligated to hire them, why not give them some money so that they can get the training they need so they can do quality work? Feeling sorry for someone and then having them do a job that they or someone else will need to re-do is not helping my brother or sister.
why shouldn’t Christian businesses be the best businesses on the face of the earth? That takes a lot more than just having a Christian sounding name. It means quality work. It means integrity and honesty. It means operating biblical principles of giving more value. Having a Christian business reflects back on our Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus Christ. As a matter of fact, whether we own a business or are simply employed by someone, the "Christian thing to do" is to work heartily, ethically, and honestly to the best of your ability, with the love of God. Our light should so shine that everybody, Christians and non-Christians alike will want our products and services.