How Does Business Matter in Eternity? (Interview w/ Jordan Raynor)
Theology of Business with Darren Shearer
by Theology of Business Institute
2w ago
On this episode, Jordan Raynor explains why business matters in eternity and makes a biblical case for why some physical products and services will last in eternity. Jordan Raynor is a leading voice of the faith and work movement and bestselling author of Redeeming Your Time, Called to Create, and his latest book, The Sacredness of Secular Work. And he’s the host of the Mere Christians Podcast. Through his books, podcasts, and weekly devotionals, he helps millions of Christians in every country connect the gospel to their work.   Jordan also serves as the executive chairman of Threshold 3 ..read more
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Facing Ethical Dilemmas in Business (Interview w/ Brad Hawkins)
Theology of Business with Darren Shearer
by Theology of Business Institute
2M ago
On this episode, Brad Hawkins (Co-Founder and CEO at WideFi) shares how he has partnered with God in growing multiple successful companies and how he has responded to some unique ethical quandaries along the way.    Brad Hawkins is Co-Founder and CEO at WideFi, which has developed SaferNet, a CyberSafety & Internet Control App. Safernet turns exposed business owners into thriving entrepreneurs who grow their businesses without cybersecurity fears. He has started and built eight companies, including two event centers that he currently owns and operates in the Denver, Colorado area ..read more
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Tithing 10% of Gross Income w/ 1% Profit Margin (Interview w/ Janet Ward Black)
Theology of Business with Darren Shearer
by Theology of Business Institute
2M ago
On this episode, Janet Ward Black shares the story of how God led her to start tithing on her top-rated law firm’s gross income at a time when the firm’s profit margin was only 1 percent. Ward Black Law is now one of the largest woman-owned law firms in North Carolina. Attorney Janet Ward Black is the principal owner of Ward Black Law located in Greensboro, North Carolina. It is one of the largest woman-owned law firms in North Carolina. The firm’s clients have received settlements of more than $100 million over the last 10 years. The firm represents people injured at work, in accidents, and b ..read more
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Entrepreneurship and God’s Kingdom Economy (Interview w/ Rylee Meek)
Theology of Business with Darren Shearer
by Theology of Business Institute
3M ago
On this episode, Rylee Meek shares a biblical blueprint for building a business based on the biblical Creation account.  Rylee Meek has built eight companies launching them to 7 and 8 figures within the first year of each, generating 9 figures over the past decade. Utilizing his proven methods and strategies to build lasting relationships and lifetime customers, Rylee has helped thousands of entrepreneurs gain clarity and create massive acceleration in their businesses and brands.  Through The King's Council, his mission is to disciple Christian entrepreneurs, equipping them with the ..read more
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A Pastor Built a Granola Company (Interview w/ Mark Plaza)
Theology of Business with Darren Shearer
by Theology of Business Institute
4M ago
On this episode, Mark Plaza shares how he started building his successful granola company while pastoring a church so he could understand and relate to his congregation more effectively as a fellow marketplace Christian.  Mark Plaza is the founder of Olde Man Granola, which began in 2008 and now has their granola sold in several large grocery retail chains such as Whole Foods and Safeway.  He has served in pastoral ministry for about 20 years and has been a missionary in the Congo and Honduras. He’s currently the pastor of a church in Jefferson City, Missouri while simultaneously ser ..read more
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A Redemptive Use of Artificial Intelligence (Interview w/ Luke and Jennifer Richey)
Theology of Business with Darren Shearer
by Theology of Business Institute
5M ago
On this episode, augmented reality gaming company co-founders Luke and Jennifer Richey share how they’re leveraging artificial intelligence for a Christ-centered purpose. Luke Richey, a software coding prodigy from a young age, co-founded Gravity Jack, Inc. in 2009, pioneering mobile-based Augmented Reality. With prior success in startups and a strong patent portfolio, he established the company as an industry leader. Jennifer Richey, hailing from southern California, is a tech futurist and entrepreneur. She entered the tech world in 2002, serving as CFO for Tometa Software, which was acq ..read more
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Employee Engagement and the Parable of the Four Soils (Interview w/ Krystal Parker)
Theology of Business with Darren Shearer
by Theology of Business Institute
8M ago
On this episode, US Christian Chamber of Commerce President Krystal Parker shares practical lessons about employee engagement from Jesus’ Parable of the Four Soils.   Krystal Parker is the president of the U.S. Christian Chamber of Commerce. A former executive for a Fortune 200 publicly traded oil and gas company. A former college dropout, Parker advanced her education at Harvard Business School for senior executive leaders, focusing on innovation, globalization, and leadership diversity. As a certified DISC behavioral specialist, trainer, speaker, and coach, Krystal opened a boutique con ..read more
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BOOK LAUNCH w/ first chapter: The Christ-Centered Company
Theology of Business with Darren Shearer
by Theology of Business Institute
1y ago
On this episode, you’ll have an opportunity to listen to the Introduction chapter from Darren’s new book, “The Christ-Centered Company: 37 Biblical Business Habits to Build a Thriving Company That Honors God and Blesses the World.” The book is now available at  TheologyofBusiness.com and on Amazon in paperback, ebook, and audiobook formats.  ..read more
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Pastoring in the Marketplace and the Church Building (Interview w/ Joshua Brown)
Theology of Business with Darren Shearer
by Theology of Business Institute
1y ago
On this episode, Joshua Brown (aka. “The Pressure Washing Pastor”) shares a business model that is helping ministry leaders pastor in both the marketplace and in the church building.   Joshua Brown, a former drug dealer, pothead, and high school dropout who was radically changed by God’s love and his people, is now pastor of Brown’s Pressure Washing, one of the largest pressure washing companies in Nashville, TN. After serving inside church organizations for over 20 years as youth pastor, children’s pastor, and family pastor, he is now the Pressure Washing Pastor.  https://www.p ..read more
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A Mission Trip … to Your Workplace (Interview w/ Mike Henry Sr.)
Theology of Business with Darren Shearer
by Darren Shearer: Christian Business | Entrepreneurship | Faith and Work | Leadership
1y ago
On this episode, Mike Henry Sr. shares an opportunity to experience a six-week mission trip with other marketplace Christians … to your own workplace! He teaches this proven model in his new book, Marketplace Mission Trip. Mike Henry Sr. is the CEO and Lead Instigator of Follower of One, an organization dedicated to helping every marketplace Christ-follower experience the joy of working with Jesus.   Prior to founding Follower of One, Mike served as vice president for a nationwide technology service provider.   And he’s the author of the brand-new book, Marketplace Mission ..read more
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