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Theology of Business with Darren Shearer: Helping Marketplace Christians Explore and Apply God's Will for Business

Theology of Business is the show for marketplace Christians seeking to explore and apply God’s will for business. 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
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Apr 1, 2015

Paul Williams is regarded as one of the foremost experts on secure network design in the U.S. today. Mr. Williams has thirty-five years of breakthrough innovation and invention in cyber security, artificial intelligence, high speed databases, professional software development, software quality test engineering, electronics, communications, mechanical engineering, weapons development and defense related technologies. Currently Chief Technology Officer at White Badger Group, Mr. Williams was previously Chief Technology Officer of Houston-Based counter-terrorism and security consulting company International Shield, Inc. and former Chief Technology Officer of Gray Hat Research Corporation of Houston and Galaxy CSI of Washington D.C. Mr. Williams possesses extensive experience developing effective security solutions and conducting security risk assessments for large commercial and government customers, including the United States intelligence community. Mr. Williams has consulted for numerous Fortune 500 businesses, U.S. government agencies, and is a regular lecturer and highly sought after speaker. He is certified by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA IAM and IEM) and is a nationally recognized authority on the white hat side of network security. As a Licensed Private Investigator in the state of Texas, Paul is an expert in rapidly solving complex cyber-crime investigations through a variety of innovative and proprietary techniques.

Theology of Business helps marketplace leaders to partner with God in business to make a greater impact in society and 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 | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com

1 Comments
  • over nine years ago
    Dr. Bob Shearer
    An amazing interview with a powerful spokesman for Christ and His Kingdom. After listening to Darren's discussion with Paul Williams, I'm wondering how could we have gone so long keeping the Holy Spirit and His giftings so bottled up within the four walls of the local church? If 85% of Christians are involved in for profit marketplace ventures, why are we doing practically 100% of our Spirit led and gifted ministry at the altar on Sunday morning? Admittedly the gifts are for the building up of the Body of Christ, but why can't that edification be done in the marketplace of commerce and ideas. Surely the growth of the church Body would become exponential if Christians began to utilize their gifts and anointings six days each week rather than just one. Thank you Darren and Paul! What a glorious eye opener. That last prayer was certainly spoken for me.
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