Articles

January 13th, 2013

Building Boats to the Glory of God

What do ski boats have to do with God’s glory? According to Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin, everything. Since its inception in 1925, Correct Craft has operated based upon Christian principles first established by founder W.C. Meloon. “Building boats to the glory of God” is the...

December 4th, 2012

How Do You Define Your Work?

Recently, a LeTourneau University staff member was shopping at a Longview furniture store and struck up a conversation with the owner. Happy to learn about his customer’s faith and connection to the university, the owner shared about how he enjoys traveling around the region with his father...

November 14th, 2012

Missionaries in the Workplace

Several times during the year, churches I served would send people on short-term mission trips to work with orphans in Mexico, or fix up dilapidated houses in New Orleans, or serve in medical and dental clinics in Ethiopia. Before each trip, mission-trip participants would come to the front...

November 30th, 2011

Barnhart Crane: The Profit in Profit

Alan Barnhart runs one of the most successful crane and rigging companies in the world. Barnhart Crane moves everything from space shuttles to nuclear turbines. If it's complex, difficult or weighs enough to make Atlas groan, they're on point--and they're consistently recognized by industry...

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February 26th, 2011

Business, Missions, and Good Theology

In a compelling analysis of the 2011 Lausanne Conference on World Evangelism, Brett Elder and Stephen Grabill discuss the importance of a biblical theology of work to world evangelism. They write, "When we relegate work (which God ordained before the fall) to the 'secular' realm we cede...

Channel(s): Evangelism