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Theology of Business with Darren Shearer: Helping Marketplace Christians Partner with God in Business

Theology of Business helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to transform the marketplace and make an impact in eternity. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God, this show is for you. This is a podcast by Christian business leaders for Christian business leaders. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com
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Sep 16, 2020

On this episode, we’re joined by Jerry Bowyer (Boier).

Jerry is the Chief Economist of Vident Financial, Editor of Townhall Finance, and President of Bowyer Research. He is also Resident Economist with Kingdom Advisors, and serves on the Editorial Board of Salem Communications.

He has been Forbes.com columnist and a frequent commentator on Fox Business News, Fox News, and CNBC. He has been a contributing editor of National Review Online, The New York Sun and Townhall Magazine, and he has written for the Wall Street Journal and for numerous other publications.

He’s the author of the new book, The Maker Versus the Takers: What Jesus Really Said About Social Justice and Economics.

https://affluentinvestor.com/

Questions explored in this episode:

  • Was Jesus rich or poor?
  • How did being an artisan from Galilee influence Jesus’ teachings on money-related issues?
  • Why did Jesus primarily confront religious leaders regarding money issues rather than the average small business owner?
  • Why did Jesus clear moneychangers and merchants out of the temple? Why did He target the dove merchants specifically?

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples of companies, industries, and communities. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God and shape culture through discipling the business world, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com

Aug 12, 2020

Drawing on 25+ years of CEO experience of major corporations, Joel wrote Love Works, in which he introduces us to the power of agape love in the workplace. Love Works has sold over 100,000 copies, and a new expanded version was released in March 2020.

Previously, Joel was Chief Executive Officer of SeaWorld and served as CEO of Herschend Enterprises, an entertainment company with brands such as the Harlem Globetrotters and Dollywood. Additionally, Joel spent 20 years in general management in the auto industry.

After he went undercover on the hit TV show Undercover Boss, his episode was the second-most popular program on all of US television during the week it aired … second only to American Idol.  

https://joelmanby.com/   

Questions explored in this episode:

  • How to lead based on the principles of action-oriented love in 1 Cor. 13:4-7
  • Which of the leadership principles in 1 Cor. 13:4-7 are the most difficult for business managers and leaders?
  • Why is it hard for business leaders to talk about “love” in the workplace?
  • How effective is the “leading with love” approach?
  • What was it like transitioning from being the CEO of the largest family-owned amusement park company, which has a long-standing culture that promotes Christian values, to being the CEO of large publicly traded company that was in the midst of a public relations crisis?

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples of companies, industries, and communities. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God and shape culture through discipling the business world, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com

Jun 9, 2020

On this episode, Jeff Haanen and Darren discuss a biblical framework for understanding God’s perspective on human value-making and monetary compensation.

Jeff Haanen is the CEO and founder of Denver Institute for Faith & Work, an educational nonprofit dedicated to forming men and women to serve God, neighbor, and society through their daily work. He's also the founder of the 5280 Fellowship, a program for emerging leaders in Colorado, and Scatter.org, a free learning platform on faith, work, and culture. He writes for various publications, such as Christianity Today, on topics ranging from business to retirement to the American working class. He lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife and four daughters.

https://denverinstitute.org/business-for-the-common-good-2020/

https://5280fellows.com/

Questions explored in this episode:

  • Does all work have equal value in God’s eyes?
  • Should we view some work as more “valuable” than others?
  • Biblically speaking, when should we pay some people more than others for their work?

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples of companies, industries, and communities. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God and shape culture through discipling the business world, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com

Apr 9, 2020

On this episode, Mike Sharrow shares how Christian business owners are responding to the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis, including positive stories of what God is doing through His people in the marketplace.

Mike is the President and CEO of C12 Group, the nation’s largest network of Christian CEOs, business owners, and executives. Before joining C12, Mike owned a healthcare strategy consulting group and served as an executive pastor for a church in Texas.

I don’t know of anyone who has a better sense of how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting Christian-led companies than Mike, so I want to make sure our Theology of Business Podcast listeners get to hear this.

I’d also recommend going to https://www.c12group.com/blog/ to watch to Mike’s weekly COVID-19 executive briefings being shared by C12.

(Note: This important episode recently aired on our sister podcast, Houston Baptist University’s Christianity in Business Podcast. Click here to subscribe:  www.ChristianityinBusiness.com/podcast)  

I hope you’ll find this interview encouraging as you hear some of the positive stories coming out of this global crisis.

Questions explored in this episode:

  • How are Christian-led companies being impacted by COVID-19?
  • What are some of the positive stories emerging from this crisis?
  • How should Christian business leaders respond to this crisis?
  • How are things going to be different for companies and what opportunities will emerge as a result of COVID-19?

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples of companies, industries, and communities. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God and shape culture through discipling the business world, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com

Mar 13, 2020

On this episode, we’re joined by Steve Robinson.

Steve was the Chief Marketing Officer of Chick-fil-A from 1981 – 2015. Think about how Chickfila has grown during that time. Chickfila makes more money per restaurant than McDonald's, Starbucks and Subway combined.

“Eat mor chikin”, cows, setting up free-standing stores outside of shopping malls, breakfast, fresh cut flowers on the tables, all the sauces, all the new menu items, Chickfila Peach Bowl, the fastest drive thrus on the planet… 

In his book, Covert Cows: How faith, Cows and Chicken Built an Iconic Brand, Steve details how he and the Chick-fil-A leadership team intentionally curated by Truett Cathy kept their Christian faith at the core of the business, staying true to Proverbs 22:1: “A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches; loving favor rather than silver and gold.”

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples of companies, industries, and communities. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God and shape culture through discipling the business world, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com

Feb 10, 2020

On this episode, we’re joined by my good friend and former divinity school professor, Dr. Antipas Harris. He was my pulpit ministry professor at Regent University.

Antipas L. Harris is now the President and Dean of Jakes Divinity School and serves on the pastoral staff at the Potter’s House in Dallas, TX. Before Bishop TD Jakes appointed him to this role, Harris was the founding dean of the Urban Renewal Center in Norfolk, VA.

He’s the author of several books that I’ve had the privilege of publishing, including Unstoppable Success, Monday Morning Inspiration, and The Gifted Worshipper. His latest book is Is Christianity the White Man’s Religion?: How the Bible Is Good News for People of Color.  

He is a public theologian and thinks deeply about the inequalities in our society through a Biblical lens.

www.AntipasHarris.com

www.JakesDivinity.com

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples of companies, industries, and communities. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God and shape culture through discipling the business world, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com

Jan 8, 2020

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples of companies, industries, and communities. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God and shape culture through discipling the business world, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com  

Sep 5, 2019

On this episode, we’re joined by Keith Hertling.

Keith is the vice president of leadership, coaching, and culture for Jersey Mike's Franchise Systems. He has worked for the sandwich chain for fifteen years.

He began coaching Special Olympians in college and has been teaching and coaching ever since. At age fifteen, he co-founded Popeye's Gym, a haven for athletes, police, firefighters, and lifeguards, and was a leader in the fitness industry for more than twenty years. He also spent time as a high school and college football coach, certified personal trainer, and life coach. 

He’s the author of Life Lessons on Leadership, Coaching and Culture.

www.KeithHertling.com

Christianity in Business is the show that helps Christian business leaders to integrate biblical values into business. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.ChristianityInBusiness.com

Jun 28, 2019

On this episode, we’re joined by Mike Baer.

Mike is a recognized leader in the global Business as Mission movement. Over the years, Mike has served as a church planter and pastor; he is an entrepreneur who has launched several businesses, the founder of an international business incubator, a prolific author, an in-demand speaker.

Currently, Mike is a senior executive at EmployBridge (the largest light industrial staffing company in the US) and founder of ThirdPath (an online Business as Mission education platform). He is the author of Business as Mission: The Power of Business in the Kingdom of God.

https://thirdpathinitiative.com/

www.BusinessasMission.com 

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples of companies, industries, and communities. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God and shape culture through discipling the business world, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com  

Feb 4, 2019

Mark Whitacre is Chief Operating Officer (COO) of CBMC, an organization that has impacted his life greatly the past two decades. It’s one of the most prominent, pioneering organizations in the faith at work movement over the past century.

Since December of 2006, he has been the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Chief Science Officer at Cypress Systems, Inc.

His undercover work with the FBI during the ADM price-fixing scandal was the inspiration for the major motion picture, "The Informant," starring Matt Damon as Mark Whitacre.

Drawing from his unique history, Mark provides one-of-a-kind insight into corporate ethics, corporate greed, and the warning signs of a flawed corporate leadership.

www.MarkWhitacre.com

www.CBMC.org

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples of companies, industries, and communities. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God and shape culture through discipling the business world, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com  

Jan 8, 2019

On this episode, we’re joined by Mark Canada.

Mark is the President and CEO of Marketplace & Development Enterprises, a service organization dedicated to helping mature Christ-followers, who want to use their vocational skills and experience and want to change lives, to be Christ's ambassadors in unreached communities. Prior to leading Marketplace & Development Enterprises, Mark practiced tax law and started a few businesses over the course of 25 years.

https://buildmde.com/

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples of companies, industries, and communities. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God and shape culture through discipling the business world, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com  

Dec 20, 2018

On this episode, we’re joined by Os Hillman … my friend and a pioneer in the modern faith-at-work movement.

Os is the president of Marketplace Leaders, an organization whose purpose is to help men and women discover and fulfill God’s complete purposes through their work and to view their work as ministry.

In the past, Os owned an advertising agency but is now an internationally recognized speaker on the subject of faith at work.

He is the author of 18 books and a daily email devotional called TGIF Today God Is First which has several hundred thousand readers in 105 nations.  

Os has been featured on CNBC, NBC, LA Times, New York Times, and many other national media as a spokesperson on faith at work. He is a regular contributor to TenTen magazine, ChristianPost.com, CharismaNews.com, and Crosswalk.com.

Os is also president of Aslan, Inc. which provides a leading online “faith-at-work” Christian bookstore called www.TGIFbookstore.com to serve the needs of Christians in their workplace calling.

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples of companies, industries, and communities. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God and shape culture through discipling the business world, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com  

Dec 5, 2018

On this episode, Mike Sharrow shares lessons learned from C12’s community of Christ-centered CEOs about the benefits of Bible-based business counsel and discipleship-oriented accountability.   

Mike is the President and CEO of C12 Group, the nation’s largest network of Christian CEOs, business owners, and executives. Before joining C12, Mike owned a healthcare strategy consulting group and served as an executive pastor for a church in Texas.

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples of companies, industries, and communities. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God and shape culture through discipling the business world, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com  

Feb 5, 2018

On this episode, Henry Kaestner shares how his faith impacts his investment decisions as a Christian venture capitalist in the startup funding world. 

Henry is a Managing Principal at Sovereign's Capital LLC, a private equity fund helping faith-driven entrepreneurs building great businesses in both consumer and business software-as-a-service, tech-enabled consumer good/services, and healthcare technology, in both the U.S. and Southeast Asia. To date, they’ve invested in 36 companies. He’s the co-Founder and previous CEO, and then Chairman of Bandwidth.com, a company that together with his business partner, David Morken, he has grown to $250 million in revenue. The values of Bandwidth.com have always been: Faith, Family, Work and Fitness (in that order). Bandwidth.com was the 4th fastest growing privately held company in the country from 2003 through 2007, a position it achieved without acquisition or institutional funding. 

http://sovereignscapital.com/

http://www.faithdrivenentrepreneur.org

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples, transform the marketplace, and make an eternal impact. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com

Nov 27, 2017

On this episode, Ford Taylor shares a Bible-based model for balancing the tension between the need for both a transactional and a relational approach to leadership. He teaches this model in further detail in his new book, Relactional Leadership: When Relationships Collide with Transactions (Practical Tools for Every Leader).

In this interview, you’ll hear how he used this model of "Relactional Leadership" and its leadership tools to revive a fledgling t-shirt business and turn it into a $300 million publicly traded company. 

Ford is the founder of FSH Strategy Consultants and Transformational Leadership, specializing in consulting, leadership development and cultural change within businesses and other organizations. He also leads a charitable international effort that provides TL to emerging countries worldwide. 

www.TransformLead.com 

Purchase the book, Relactional Leadership, on Amazon: CLICK TO BUY 

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples, transform the marketplace, and make an eternal impact. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com  

Nov 2, 2017

Jordan Raynor is a serial entrepreneur and bestselling author who leads a growing community of Christians following God's call to create. He currently serves as the CEO of the venture-backed tech startup, Threshold 360. He is also a cofounder of Citizinvestor, the world's largest crowdfunding platform for government projects. 

Jordan has twice been selected as a Google Fellow and served in the Bush White House in 2006.

His book Startup Stories debuted in the #1 bestseller spot in multiple Amazon categories, including entrepreneurship and Christian business. His latest book is Called to Create: A Biblical Invitation to Create, Innovate, and Risk.

www.CalledToCreate.org

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples, transform the marketplace, and make an eternal impact. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com  

Sep 5, 2017

Beyond personal discipleship, Amy Sherman explains what it means to make disciples in the public arena, and she shares examples of what this looks like in the marketplace. (comment at www.TheologyofBusiness.com)

Amy Sherman is a Senior Fellow at the Sagamore Institute and was named by Christianity Today in 2012 as one of the 50 Evangelical women most influencing the American Church and culture. She's the author of six books and over 80 articles in periodicals including First Things, The Public Interest, The Christian Century, Christianity Today, and Books & Culture. Her most recent book is Kingdom Calling Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good, which was recently honored as Christianity Today’s Book of the Year in the Christian Living category. She holds a BA from Messiah College and a MA and PhD from the University of Virginia.

https://www.madetoflourish.org/people/amy-sherman/

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples, transform the marketplace, and make an eternal impact. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com  

Aug 3, 2017

What is a "Great Commission Company"? (Comment at www.TheologyofBusiness.com)

Steven is Professor of Economics at Biola University. His teaching and research interests are focused on the intersection between international economics and world mission. He is faculty advisor for the International Business Institute and for the Student International Business Association. He also assists and consults mission agencies, churches and businesses that are trying to integrate business and missions. He has published two books Great Commission Companies: The Emerging Role of Business in Missions and Economic Justice in a Flat World: Christian Perspectives on Globalization. 

CLICK to learn more about Steve 

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples, transform the marketplace, and make an eternal impact. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com  

Jul 7, 2017

Is Business as Mission (BAM) a Flawed Concept? In this episode, Dr. Scott Quatro and Dr. Michael Thigpen debate the flaws and merits of BAM. 

Dr. Scott Quatro is Professor of Management and Co-Chair of the Business Department at Covenant College and is the Chair Elect of the Christian Business Faculty Association. 

Dr. Michael Thigpen is Associate Professor of Old Testament and Semitics at Talbot School of Theology at Biola University and is the Executive Director of the Evangelical Theological Society. 

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples of your co-workers, your company, and your industry. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com  

Jun 13, 2017

What is God's will for business profit? (comment at TheologyofBusiness.com) 

Jeff is the provost of Seattle Pacific University prior to which he was the dean of the SPU School of Business and Economics where he taught business ethics and business law. During his tenure as dean, the School opened its Center for Integrity in Business, launched the annual Social Venture Plan Competition, and began an innovative new graduate program focused on social and sustainable business. 

Jeff's book, Why Business Matters to God, is a must-read on the subject of the theology of business. 

Prior to his tenure at SPU, Jeff earned his Juris Doctor from Yale Law School and was a partner with the international law firm of Davis Wright Tremaine where he practiced for more than 20 years. He concentrated his practice in commercial finance and natural resources. 

Center for Integrity in Business 

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples of your co-workers, your company, and your industry. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com

May 26, 2017

How are kingdom businesses being used to build nations around the world? 

Dr. John Mulford is the director of the Center for Entrepreneurship at Regent University and the former dean of the Business School at Regent. John has taught economics, statistics, and management science and currently teaches electives in international entrepreneurship in the PhD program at Regent. He has a particular interest in seeing disadvantaged groups advance through entrepreneurial activity. His students have gone on to start consulting companies in Asia and Africa, a manufacturing business in Egypt, and a specialty coffee company in the U.S. and Latin America. Through his leadership, the Center for Entrepreneurship has setup six Business Development Centers around the world in Uganda, Rwanda, India, South Africa, Nigeria, and Burkina Faso. 

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to make disciples, transform the marketplace, and make an eternal impact. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com  

Mar 30, 2017

Do you think our culture is elevating the idea of leadership while deprecating the idea of management? What management lessons can we learn from the parables of Jesus? 

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to transform the marketplace and make an impact in eternity. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com

Jan 31, 2017

What does the Bible say about innovation? (Comment at www.TheologyofBusiness.com

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to transform the marketplace and make an impact in eternity. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God, this show is for you. This is a podcast by Christian business leaders for Christian business leaders. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com

Dec 30, 2016

In what specific ways is your local church engaging, discipling, and mobilizing the business professionals in your local church for marketplace ministry? (Comment at www.TheologyofBusiness.com

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to transform the marketplace and make an impact in eternity. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God, this show is for you. This is a podcast by Christian business leaders for Christian business leaders. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com  

Nov 29, 2016

How do you respond in business when people make promises they either cannot or will not keep? (Comment at www.TheologyofBusiness.com) 

Theology of Business is the show that helps marketplace Christians to partner with God in business to transform the marketplace and make an impact in eternity. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God, this show is for you. This is a podcast by Christian business leaders for Christian business leaders. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership 

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