Center for Faith & Work at LeTourneau University

October 20th, 2019

Inner Voice—The Importance of Internal Marketing

Jason Karpf is a blogger on A Christian’s Guide to Marketing, a nonprofit professional, ab Adjunct Instructor of Marketing at LeTourneau University, the author of Developing a Christian Marketing Plan, and a four-time champion on “Jeopardy.” Below he explains how the success of...

October 19th, 2019

It's Your Turn to Live in Poverty

Rebecca Walls wants you to know what poverty feels like. Several times each month, Walls gathers a few dozen willing participants for a role-playing exercise aptly named COPE: the Cost of Poverty Experience. If you go, you'll be assigned a temporary identity complete with occupation, level...

Channel(s): Events
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October 19th, 2019

Working for God: The Story of R. G. LeTourneau and the University He Founded

This fresh, compelling pictorial biography of R. G. LeTourneau reveals stories never before told about the engineering genius whose giant earth-moving machines helped win WW II and build the highway infrastructure of America. He became the best-known Christian Businessman in the 20th...

October 18th, 2019

Leadership Lessons from Nehemiah

We can learn much about leadership by studying the lives of Bible characters. Previously in our series we have learned from Jesus and Joseph. Today, we’ll look at leadership lessons from Nehemiah. Hand Me Another Brick, written by Charles Swindoll, was one of the books about Nehemiah I read...

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October 18th, 2019

Leadership Lessons from the Life of Moses

We can learn much about leadership by studying the lives of Bible characters. Previously in our “Leadership Lessons from the Bible” series we have learned from Jesus , Joseph, Nehemiah, the Apostle Paul, and David. Today, we’ll look at leadership lessons from the life of Moses. Like all...

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October 18th, 2019

The Bible Project

A Generous God The story of the Bible begins with a beautiful portrait of God as a generous host, providing everything needed for his creatures to enjoy his good world. The narrative in Genesis 1 depicts God as the one who orders and energizes a creation that generates an overabundance of...

October 3rd, 2019

Leadership Lessons from the Life of Joseph

Joseph is one of my favorite characters in the Bible. Alistair Begg writes that his story is a tale of jealousy, deceit, slavery, misrepresentation, injustice, lust, rivalry, and forgiveness. It is also a wonderful example of how God worked in Joseph’s life through all of its ups and downs...

October 1st, 2019

A Christian’s Guide to Marketing by Jason Karpf

Proverbs 16:3. Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and he will establish your plans. Is there such a thing as a Christian marketing plan? Absolutely. Is a Christian marketing plan only good for marketing Christian products to Christian customers? Absolutely not! A Christian marketing plan...

Channel(s): Ethics
October 1st, 2019

An Undoing Project

by Michael Metzger Twitter founder Jack Dorsey says if he could go back in time, he’d do some things differently. What does he have in mind? Dorsey founded Twitter in 2006. But at TED 2019 in Vancouver, Canada, he confessed that he never imagined the series of scandals over its...

Channel(s): Culture and Worldview
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October 1st, 2019

The Chosen

The Chosen is the first multi-season streaming TV series made about Jesus. Friends told us to be ready to binge—and they were right. We feel like we’ve stepped into Jewish culture in Israel 2000 years ago and can relate to all the characters. The Chosen is the top crowdfunded entertainment...