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The Faith & Work Podcast
39 minutes | 10 days ago
Dealing with Business Setbacks: Greenwood Hospitality Group
How have business leaders navigated unanticipated setbacks due to COVID-19? And how do Christians in business deal with the uncertainty of a pandemic? In this episode, Dustin and Joanna talk with Aik Hong Tan and David Park of the Greenwood Hospitality Group to learn about the difficulties the travel and tourism industry has faced this past year.
43 minutes | 23 days ago
Meagan McCoy Jones on Drywall & Leading Teams Well
In this episode, Joanna Meyer talks business with Meagan McCoy Jones, the president & COO of McCoy Building Supply. This conversation is full of insight into what it takes to create good work and how to care for those employees who make it all possible.
50 minutes | a month ago
I Lost My Job: Navigating Career Transitions
Losing a job is tough. But what we learn from the disruption and how we move forward is even more important. Joanna talks with Lisa Slayton, a career coach, about rebuilding self-confidence and trusting God through the job search process.
40 minutes | 2 months ago
The Changing World of Work
How has the pandemic effected they way we work? What broader economic changes have taken place and how should the church respond? Jeff and Joanna tackle these questions around the changing world of work.
35 minutes | 2 months ago
Katherine Leary Alsdorf on Loving Our Neighbors Through Work
What can the Bible teach us about work? And how can work be a way that we love our co-workers, friends, family, and neighbors? Katherine Leary Alsdorf, co-author of Every Good Endeavor, shares insights on loving our neighbor through our work from her decades in the private sector and founding the Center for Faith & Work.
29 minutes | 3 months ago
Sandra McCracken on Christmas and Songwriting
How do songwriters lean into faith in their work? What unique challenges has this year brought to musicians, and how can Christians reclaim the joy of corporate worship, even while we're apart? Joanna and Dustin talk with recording artist Sandra McCracken about the intersection of faith and songwriting, her latest album, and the hope of Christmas.
32 minutes | 3 months ago
Nancy Duarte on Faith, Communication, & Leadership
What can Scripture teach us about the power of storytelling? How can leaders be resilient through tough times? What unique challenges do female leaders face in their organizations and communities? Joanna talks with Nancy Duarte about her role as a leader, a communicator, and a Christian.
46 minutes | 4 months ago
Rich Villodas on The Deeply Formed Life
What does it look like to live a “deeply formed life?” What are the practices that equip us for a life with God for the world? Joanna and Brian talk with Rich Villodas, pastor of New Life Fellowship and the author of The Deeply Formed Life.
42 minutes | 4 months ago
Soul Care for Anxious Times
Between the pandemic, the U.S. election, and the normal stressors of life, many of us are experiencing anxiety in our work and our relationships. On this episode of The Faith & Work Podcast, the team shares some practical spiritual formation habits that can help you lean in and grow closer to God in this season.
39 minutes | 4 months ago
"The Politics of Neighborly Love" Panel Replay
What does it mean to love our neighbors through politics? How do we talk with people across differences? How do we navigate issues of faith and public policy? In this episode, Dustin talks with a panel of leaders from our September event, "The Politics of Neighborly Love." Guests include Justin Giboney, Gov. Bill Haslam, Scott Sauls, and Stephanie Summers.
37 minutes | 5 months ago
Donna Harris on Faith & Entrepreneurship
What role does faith play in the life and work of Christian entrepreneurs? What unique challenges do female entrepreneurs face in the workplace and the church? Joanna and Dustin talk with Donna Harris, founder and CEO of Builders & Backers and a founding member of K Street Capital, about her work as an entrepreneur and venture capitalist and how her faith shapes her work.
25 minutes | 5 months ago
Faith & Work Discipleship in Churches
It's no secret that the faith and work movement has a bit of a class problem. While many individuals who are curious about integrating their faith and work have white collar or professional jobs, this isn't the case for everyone. On this episode of The Faith & Work Podcast, we talk with a panel of pastors and church leaders about faith and work discipleship in their churches. They offer a helpful critique when it comes to how we talk about the intersection of work and faith for diverse audiences.
42 minutes | 6 months ago
Mindy Caliguire on Soul Care for Work Stress
What is "soul care," and how can we be intentional about it? What does soul care look like in a season of stress, fatigue, and uncertainty? Joanna talks with Mindy Caliguire, founder of Soul Care and director of personal growth at Gloo, about how our work creates space for God.
56 minutes | 6 months ago
Scott Sauls on A Gentle Answer in Politics
How should Christians engage in partisan politics? What does “speaking the truth in love” and righteous anger look like when it comes to convictions of faith? Joanna and Dustin talk with Scott Sauls, senior pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church in Nashville and author of A Gentle Answer, about the role of Christians in politics.
58 minutes | 7 months ago
Curt Thompson and the Anatomy of the Soul
What can neuroscience teach us about faith and our experience with God? How can we manage stress at work in pursuit of wholeness and integration? Joanna and Dustin talk with Dr. Curt Thompson, a psychiatrist, speaker, and the author of Anatomy of the Soul, about being known, searching for hope, and seeking God in the midst of grief.
28 minutes | 7 months ago
Justin Giboney on Faith and Politics
How should faith inform our politics? How do we balance our convictions without compromising our values when it's time to vote this fall? Joanna and Dustin talk with Justin Giboney, founder of The AND Campaign and author of Compassion and Conviction, about faith, politics, and the false choices we create.
59 minutes | 8 months ago
Dr. Mary Poplin on Worldviews and Our Work
What are the dominant worldviews in culture today, and how do they impact our work? How can educators recognize and understand these worldviews for their students? Dr. Mary Poplin, professor in the School of Educational Studies at Claremont Graduate University, joins us to discuss the background and implications of four prevailing worldviews and thoughts on education for Christian teachers.
29 minutes | 8 months ago
Steve Cuss on Faith, Anxiety, and Healthcare
How can healthcare providers manage the anxiety that comes with serving patients amid the coronavirus pandemic? How can Christians in healthcare love their neighbors through their work? Megan Nunnelly shares her experience leading a team of nurses serving patients with COVID-19. And pastor and author Steve Cuss helps us understand and identify the sources of anxiety in whatever field we work.
32 minutes | 9 months ago
Wholehearted Leadership with Lisa Slayton and David Park
What does it look like to lead from a place of wholeness? How can we work toward emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual integration, and why is integration important for leaders? Hear from Lisa Slayton, CEO of Tamim Partners, and David Park, partner at Greenwood Hospitality Group, as they lead us through a discussion on wholehearted leadership.
48 minutes | 9 months ago
Wisdom for the Job Search
How can we navigate the job search while maintaining our sanity? What wisdom does Scripture offer about who we are apart from what we do? Today, unemployment is both a spiritual issue as well as a financial issue for many people. Joanna talks with Matt Thomas of Core Ventures about biblical and practical wisdom for the job search.
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