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Exemplary businesses and leaders who seek to glorify God at work

via Bill Peel
April 12th, 2015

Move It Self-Storage Leader and Shepherd: An Interview with Tracy Taylor

Tracy Taylor is Founder and President of Move It Management, LLC and a 40-year veteran of the self-storage industry. He has owned and/or operated over 100 self-storage properties and is one of the industry's most respected and well-known leaders. Move It develops, acquires and manages...

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March 16th, 2015

Great Places to Work: MHBT - An Interview with CEO Bill Henry

Founded in 1996, MHBT is one of the largest independent insurance firms in Texas and is among the top 50 Independent brokers in the U.S., serving clients from offices in Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Lubbock, and Midland.  MHBT is consistently recognized as one of the best companies to work...

February 22nd, 2015

The Gospel in Blue Jeans

When Johan Lam and Andrew Chen launched their line of men’s clothing in 2003, they named their new brand 3Sixteen, as in John 3:16. The quality of their products has attracted global attention, and today 3Sixteen is one of the fastest growing denim lines on the market. They offer a broad ...

via ThirdPath
February 4th, 2015

Real Estate as an Extension of God’s Grace

This is an interview conducted by our friends at ThirdPath about the CEO and founder of The Haro Group (A residential real estate sales business).

via Bill Peel
February 1st, 2015

Luxury Gifts and the Gospel

In the first-century, followers of Jesus grew from a few hundred on the day of Pentecost to over six million by the end of the third century—considerable growth by anyone’s calculus. Rapid spread of the gospel was less about the work of religious professionals and more about ordinary...

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November 13th, 2014

Dinnertime Sabbath at Bandwidth.com

In the Old Testament, God legislated a time of rest called the Sabbath. It was not a day of worship—every day is for worship. Sabbath was about rest from your work. It surprises some people that the fourth commandment to keep the Sabbath isn’t repeated as a command in the New Testament,...

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June 18th, 2014

R.G. LeTourneau’s Call to Business

When R.G. LeTourneau's missionary sister pushed him to get serious about serving God, he was confused and conflicted. He wrestled with God over the work he loved and what most people believed—that “going all out for God” meant going into fulltime ministry as a preacher, evangelist or...

January 17th, 2014

Covington Aircraft | Powered by God

Does aircraft maintenance have anything to do with God's work? Paul and Betty Abbott and their sons Luke and Aaron believe so. The Abbotts took over operations of Covington Aircratf shortly after Paul’s graduation from LeTourneau University, know that they were just stewards of a company...

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February 23rd, 2013

Transforming the Broken Through Business

Can God use entrepreneurship and business to lift people out of poverty and addiction? Two successful young film-industry professionals think He can. The started the Neighborhood Film Company, creating a model of family relationships between professionals and apprentices. NFCo pours time...

January 31st, 2013

Cardone Pursues a Spiritual Bottom Line

What does the grimy world of remanufactured auto parts have to do with the Kingdom of God?  A lot, according to the Cardone family. Since the inception of CARDONE, the family has felt called to their business. They see what they do as God’s work and an opportunity to honor Him. CARDONE...