40 Christian Business Names

If you have Christian beliefs and an entrepreneurial heart, then opening a business while incorporating your beliefs is the perfect niche for you!


Incorporate Your Beliefs

Perhaps you don’t know what kind of business you wish to start, or you know and just want to figure out how to lace in those great Christian principles, there’s many ways you can go about bringing business and religion together in one happy building (and I’m not talking church)!

Think about what values you hold near and dear to your heart and how you can apply those to your business.

You can decide to open a store dedicated to selling only Christian things, or you can open a coffee shop that only plays Christian music. Chances are, if you’re a Christian, then you try your best to remain graceful and act in a way that God would approve. This alone can set you up for very successful business!

When opening a Christian store, think about locations that would attract your ideal crowd. Most of the time, this will depend on what kind of business you are running specifically, but if you are a prominent member of a church, set up shop really close to that church! You will likely have a church full of supporters waiting at your door on opening day!

As stated earlier, you don’t necessarily need to sell Christian things to be a Christian store, ubt you should probably steer clear of selling things that are against popular Christian beliefs such as liquor, adult novelties, and other obvious business ventures. Instead, open a clean store and simply give it a Christian name! This will let people know that you are a Christian store, and attract more of the crowd that you like to be around!


Christian Business

When it comes to Christian business names, it’s pretty cut and dry: Make it sound Christian. Now, most Christians will understand this, but it never hurts to have a few tips for Christian business names:

  • Use scripture references: If you know of a few good pieces of scripture from the Bible, and chances are, you do, then find clever ways to use this in the name!
  • Use puns: Just because you’re Christian, it doesn’t mean you don’t have a sense of humor! Let your sense of humor shine like that little light of yours! It will be catchy and attract business.
  • Use your name: Okay, so your name might not be a “Christian” name, or perhaps it is! Use your name in your business name to show how proud you are of having a Christian store!

Now it’s time to get into some Christian business names. Here’s some great examples:

Heavenly Hotcakes
Hallelujah Diner
In the Beginning Bookstore
Gracebook Social Networking
This Little Light Candle Shop
Holy Grounds Coffee Shop
Born Again Second Hand Shop
12 Disciples Diner
God's Light Giftshop
BethleHEM Alterations
Galilee Gallery
Under God Wedding Shop
Christian Christmas Shoppe
Bread of Life Bakery
Green Pastures Health Foods
The ARK Daycare Center
Everlasting Life Bookstore
Part the Ocean Tackle Shop
Rise Again Breakfast Diner
Heart of Fire Christian Candles
The Good Book Bookstore
Christian Crafts
Fount of Life Day Spa
Tree of Life Nursery
Second Heaven Coffee Shop
Trinity Bank
God is Good Bookstore
Talents Bank
Preach it! Christian Store
Holy Spirit Bakery
Narrow Path Bike Shop
God's House Worship Store
Sing To the Heavens Music Store
Pray On It Hunting Store
Heaven Rocks Music Shop
Mustard Seed Hot Dog Cart
Joseph’s Coat Store
Big Fish Tackle Shop
Strong Tower Fitness
Still Waters Retirement

Creating Your Brand

Create a brand you can be proud of! These name ideas are just the beginning. You can get really clever with your business name alone, but you also need to make sure you're demonstrating ethical business practices.

Incorporating your Christian beliefs into your everyday business ventures will ensure you're running your business the right way!

Building A Christian Business

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Yuraine 11 months ago

I have a Business Bible name its 7World Automotive,,,and I have been Bless everyday,,,Glory to my God :)

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