Nine to Five podcasts are conversations with Christians who are actively seeking to align their careers with God’s mission. They are meant to challenge and encourage others through personal testimony and sharing. Listen to learn how you might bring Christ into your workplace.
This episode is part 1 of a panel discussion from our Coworkers in Christ Gathering on October 5, 2018. The conversation was moderated by Roy Tinklenberg, founder of faithandworkmovement.org. The panelists, in the order that you will hear them, include Nick Kim from Google, Ben Lorence of Ameriprise Financial, Jermy Jamison from ExxonMobil, and Mike Russell of Medtronic. They discuss why they do what they do (3:09), Christian employee resource groups (13:38), and the spiritual climate of their companies (17:27).
This episode was originally broadcasted on Relevant Radio’s program, the Rediscover Hour. The featured conversation includes Patrick Conley of Relevant Radio and Luke Cahill from Christians in Commerce. They discuss bringing authentic faith into the workplace (4:10), the impact of the Holy Spirit (7:10), and leading with faith (14:30).
DKY is a marketing agency led by three partners who share a Christian perspective. One of the partners, Brian Dahl, discusses how their Christianity impacts their business (8:17), facing tough situations (15:00) and Christian unity in the workplace (24:52).
Taylor Garcia, a logistics brand planner for a consumer goods company talks with Luke Cahill of Christians in Commerce about finding purpose in Iowa (8:38), authenticity in the workplace (12:05), and Christian employee groups (16:33).
Part 2 of a two-part conversation between Hugh Whelchel, Executive Director of the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics and Steve Becker, Christians in Commerce. They discuss the two roles of Shalom (6:24), practical approach to creating Shalom (11:07), facing bad work environments (14:21).
This episode was originally published on January 20th, 2018. Dr. Michael Naughton, University of St. Thomas, and Steve Becker, Christians in Commerce discuss integrating your faith and work (1:37), good goods, good work, and good wealth (6:22), exercising influence as a leader (14:15), and recognizing the gifts of others (18:10).
Part 1 of a two-part conversation between Hugh Whelchel, Executive Director of the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics and Steve Becker, Christians in Commerce. They discuss the value and importance of work (4:37). integrating life and work (9:10), and role God’s peace plays in life (12:14).
Tammy Krings, owner and president of a leadership development firm talks with Luke Cahill of Christians in Commerce about connecting faith and leadership (5:56), morning rituals (14:56), and excellence (21:56).
Katie O’Leary, a strategic growth consultant for start-ups and small businesses, shares her personal perspective on women in the workplace (6:53), aligning her career with her faith (8:53), and the 4 C’s (13:11)
Two personal workplace stories featuring Ginny DeSanto sharing about the Father’s gift of work (0:52), and Jason Ahrens talking about triumphing over challenges in the workplace (7:54).