Mark Greene grew up Jewish and became a Christian in his early twenties. He worked in advertising in London and New York before becoming Vice-Principal and Lecturer of Communications at the London School of Theology.
He now serves as Executive Director of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, founded by John Stott. Greene is the author of numerous books, including Fruitfulness on the Frontlines. Mark and the LICC team are working to change the culture of the UK church, to help Christians be fruitful for Christ out on their daily frontlines, and to help churches make whole-life disciples.
Mark speaks, tells stories, and writes about the joys, trials, and surprises of living all of life as a follower of Jesus in today’s world.
In his compelling presentation below, he asks, "What does godly management look like?" He shows us by using the biblical story of Ruth and the culture-shaping leadership of Boaz, who turned his workplace into a place of worship.