Faith For Work

Faith For Work

More than 10 years ago, two people had an aspiration and felt called to start a Bible study at work. Today, it is a movement for serving Bible study leaders. Together we will explore stories of extraordinary people applying everyday faith while living and leading in today's workplace. You will hear about their challenges, victories, and their vision to leave a legacy that equips, empowers, and encourages others. Included in this podcast will be a wide range of devoted, Christian community advocates. Join us and be inspired by their Faith for Work journeys. This podcast is hosted by the ministry of Biblical Business Training (BBT). Learn more at B-B-T.org and join the BBT movement!

Episodes

October 18, 2022 29 min

Would you consider yourself a leader? Most of our small-group Bible study leaders would not. But did you know, you don't have to be an expert to lead a BBT Bible study? Perhaps you've been listening to the podcast for a while and are curious about how BBT works. Or maybe you've been involved with BBT but would like to learn more about us. Listen as Jordan and Lori share some of BBT's history, best practices, a more ...

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No matter the industry, businesses have to make best practice decisions. But, when you are trying to resolve challenges like growth stagnation, high turnover, or hybrid work staff complications and you think best practices only exist in your organization, you often create barriers instead. Listen as Debra gives great insight into how asking the right questions reveals often overlooked reasons that could help resolve the challenges ...

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August 29, 2022 27 min

The culture of The Blue Angels is based on trust and gratitude. So, Greg "Boss" Wooldridge and the members of the squadron could transparently share their mistakes without fear. To make a mistake flying 12 inches apart at high speeds creates life and death scenarios. But, their vulnerability as a team didn't weaken them, it only made them stronger. Are you free to be vulnerable with the people with whom you work? If not...

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August 11, 2022 27 min

This episode is a continuation of the previous episode.  Our guest from last time, Juliet Kasiita shares with us the lessons she has learned about faith and entrepreneurship.

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Juliet Nakimuli Kasiita is the Country Manager for Sinapis Group Uganda, a global Christian organization blending intensive entrepreneurship training with faith-based princip...

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July 20, 2022 28 min

Not only is Juliet Nakimuli Kasiita an extraordinary entrepreneur applying her faith to every aspect of her work, she empowers other entrepreneurs to use their God-given gifts for the work they've been called to do. She "envisions a world where people can obtain confidence and skills to run profitable and sustainable businesses that will transform communities across Sub-Saharan Africa." Juliet is the Country Manager for...

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March 10, 2022 29 min

Kim Davidson is the CEO of ET Superior Services Facility Management, a professional office cleaning and commercial janitorial company. If you ask Kim about starting a business, she’ll say, “The logistics are easy. But the plan that God has for you, that’s the master plan that you want to be on.” Listen as she reveals how the seeds of faith her Dad planted over 20 years ago ultimately led to her courageously starting a nationwide bu...

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February 22, 2022 27 min

Lori Drury has worn many hats in the BBT community, beginning as a participant of a BBT group while employed at a corporate workplace. In this episode of the Faith for Work podcast, Lori and Jordan take a moment to reflect on her journey and notice how seeds planted earlier in life have led to her new position as Executive Director and CEO of BBT. Listen and learn how Lori's earlier fears of leading a Bible study were eased and...

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January 17, 2022 29 min

Season 2 of the Faith for Work podcast opens with guest Bryan Dik, a vocational psychologist whose work focuses on the intersection of faith and work. In this episode, Bryan and Jordan discuss how people are healthier when they're living integrated, not segmented, lives. It's essential to ask ourselves: how can I glorify God and enjoy God forever in my work? Listen and learn how a psychological and Biblical lens can help yo...

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December 13, 2021 12 min

Listen and join us in anticipation of Christmas! In this short, Bonus Episode, each of the BBT team members shares a little about what makes this season special to them. As we wrap up our first season of the Faith for Work podcast, we'd love to hear your thoughts and suggestions! If you have any guest ideas, topic suggestions, or general feedback, click here to email our host, Jordan Dollar.

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November 15, 2021 29 min

Leadership is hard, even in good times. Being at the helm of an organization through grief and transition is an even greater challenge. In Episode 10 of the Faith for Work podcast, we learn about Gary Dollar's journey to becoming President and CEO of United Way of Greater St. Louis, and how it began in a period of grief after the death of its previous and beloved leader. Despite initially feeling inadequate, Gary was able to le...

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October 18, 2021 33 min

Transitions are hard and job loss can be one of the most challenging kinds of transitions. On average, 21.7 million people lose their jobs in the US every year. Despite the commonplace occurrence, it's rare to hear people talk openly about the emotional and mental challenges. In this podcast, Dale Kreienkamp talks with Jordan about how he navigated the difficulties of two job losses and then wrote a book to help others through ...

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September 20, 2021 31 min

Brian Bennett's journey has brought him through both church and business sectors. He interweaves those experiences to help others cultivate values-enhanced organizations through his work with the Kingdom Capital Leadership Institute. In Episode 8, Brian recognizes the challenge of bringing our whole selves into our work day as well as the cost of compartmentalizing our faith. He also shares his conviction that business can be o...

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August 23, 2021 24 min

In Episode 7 of the Faith for Work podcast, Greg Atchison shares that being a Christian is not something we are, while work is something we do. Being Christian is something that we can do and that we show by our actions. Greg also discusses legacy and how it spreads well beyond the business leaders he serves through C12. When we empower others to live out God-given skills and values, there is a ripple of legacy affecting families, ...

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July 26, 2021 28 min

In a busy, bustling world it can be challenging to make faith our #1 priority, but Mike McDaniel, Director of Partner Alliances at Cisco Systems, is dedicated to working towards that goal. In Episode 6 of the Faith for Work podcast, Mike shares his story about risking discomfort and staying humble through the help of his BBT bible study group. Listen to learn more about building relationships like none other!

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June 14, 2021 21 min

In this episode, we learn from Stephanie Wagner, an engineer at Boeing, how BBT bible study groups have impacted her work ethic and helped embolden her faith, starting with a simple pizza party. When you know there are fellow Christians in your workplace praying for you and checking in with you, it can be a huge encouragement. Often we're trying to just be part of the team and the gossip, when really we're not meant to fit ...

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By dreaming of the impossible-made-possible with an emphasis on mentorship, Anthony Meyer's innovative approach to leaving a legacy enhances his Kingdom Work. Anthony's unconventional path to ministry and peacemaking allows him to understand peoples' needs and struggles while he's pouring into them. He sees the future of the Church in corporate spaces, not necessarily in churches on the weekend, because people live ...

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April 22, 2021 39 min

When so much of our time is dominated by work, we can either be a superwoman and try to do it all on our own or trust God to empower us, guide us, and work through us.  People of Christ is who we are; work is what we do and how we do it is very much informed by faith.  Priscilla Hill-Ardoin shares wisdom from forty-five years of family life and thirty-two years as an African-American female in the telecommunications business. Throu...

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March 28, 2021 37 min

Would you be willing to lead a Bible study in the workplace? It was an easy and natural "yes" for Greg Schuster because it was obvious that God brought him and Brandon Mann together and there was a bigger plan ahead.  

Greg continues BBT's founding story as he recalls the first Bible study in a corporate board room in 2008.  Through serving and living out the Gospel and helping other people, a community of diverse leader...

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February 22, 2021 28 min

David Steward and Brandon Mann share their incredible journeys of leadership. Tune into this special episode to discover how they met, the vision behind the Faith for Work Podcast, and how they launched Biblical Business Training. This is a foundational episode you won't want to miss as David and Brandon sit down for a "Fireside Chat."

David L. Steward is the chairman and founder of World Wide Technology (WWT), a market-...

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