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The Faith & Work Podcast
41 minutes | Oct 7, 2021
Ready to Rise: Authentic, Impactful Leadership
How can Christian leaders encourage those around them to live into their own influence? And what does it mean to be aware of the struggles women face in the workplace. Join Joanna Meyer and Jo Saxton, an accomplished author and speaker, as they discuss female leadership in the workplace.
51 minutes | Sep 23, 2021
How to Have Courage in Your Work
If workers are experiencing their workplaces as anxiety-producing spaces, how should they engage? Join Joanna Meyer and Dustin Moody as they discuss the topic of courage in the workplace with guest speaker, Dr. Russell Moore. Dr. Moore is a well-known Public Theologian at Christianity Today and the Director of Christianity Today’s Public Theology Project.
33 minutes | Sep 9, 2021
Empowering Women through Work
In this episode, Joanna Meyer and Catherine Sandgren talk with Melissa Russell, International Justice Mission's Regional President of North America. Together they discuss the work IJM is doing to help alleviate injustice that women around the world face in their work.
37 minutes | Aug 26, 2021
Living Your Faith in the Public Square
What does it look like to live faithfully in the public square? How can Christians navigate and engage the difficulties of today's political divide? In this episode, Joanna Meyer and Dustin Moody talk with former Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam about politics, faith, and his new book "Faithful Presence: The Promise and the Peril of Faith in the Public Square".
14 minutes | Aug 12, 2021
Sho Baraka Bonus Track
Sho Baraka shares some of his top recommendations on things to read, watch, and listen to.
46 minutes | Aug 12, 2021
Reimagining Creativity for a Broken World
Can Christian creativity change the world? What does it look like to integrate culture, art, and faith to help bring about healing? Joanna and Brian talk with Sho Baraka, a globally recognized recording artist and co-founder of Forth District and The AND Campaign, on how creativity is the task of every worker.
33 minutes | Jul 29, 2021
Loving Your City's Laborers
How might Christian faith shed light on the under-recognized value of hourly-wage workers, who contribute to our economy and city? In this episode, Joanna talks with Jeff Haanen, founder and CEO, about how to better care for those in our city.
34 minutes | Jul 15, 2021
How to Have Humble Confidence in the Age of the Personal Brand
How can Christians promote their skills and experience to employers in a thoughtful and confident way? In this episode, Joanna talks with Jena Viviano Denay, a career strategist, who founded Recruit the Employer. Together they discuss the personal brand, true humility, and the Christian life lived out in the professional world.
46 minutes | Jul 1, 2021
How to Overcome Limiting Beliefs about Your Work
What are limiting beliefs and how do they affect my work? In this episode, Joanna talks with Charlena Ortiz, a life & business coach, writer, and the founder of Grit & Virtue. Together they discuss the importance of who we are as workers but also who we are as sons and daughters of Christ.
45 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
The Work of Fathering
What does it look like to lean into the work of fathering? This important work of parenting often eludes the public eye, but its impact is immeasurable. In this episode, Joanna and Dustin talk with Nathan Hoag, lead pastor of The Sacred Grace Englewood, husband, father, neighbor, and active citizen, on the ups and downs of what it means to pursue the "calling" of fatherhood through the lens of a believer.
36 minutes | Jun 3, 2021
The Science & Spirit of Calling
What do Christians mean when they talk about "calling"? How do we discern what ours is and how do we implement it into our lives? In today's conversation, Joanna and Brian talk with Dr. Bryan Dik, a vocational psychologist, and professor of psychology at Colorado State University, on how to discern our callings through spiritual practices and practical exercises.
48 minutes | May 20, 2021
Faith, Science, and Vaccines
How should Christians think about the vaccines developed in response to COVID-19? What was it like to work on the frontlines of science and healthcare during the height of the pandemic? Joanna talks with Julia Wattacheril, a doctor at the Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation, and Praveen Sethupathy, a scientist at the Center for Genomics at Cornell University, about their personal and professional response to the pandemic.
44 minutes | May 6, 2021
Matthew Kaemingk on Why Work Has a Place in Our Worship
How can ministry leaders help lead congregants to engage their weekly work alongside their Sunday worship? In this episode, Joanna and Brian talk with Matthew Kaemingk, author of Work & Worship: Reconnecting Our Labor and Liturgy, about his most recent publication.
31 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
Making the Most of Life's Transitions
What does it look like to navigate life's transitions well? How do we adjust to changes in our lives and our workplaces when things are difficult? In this episode, Joanna and Jeff talk with Dr. D. Michael Lindsay, president-elect of Taylor University, about his experiences on this topic.
45 minutes | Apr 8, 2021
What does it mean to "lead up" within an organization? How do employees in the middle of a company positively influence those above them? In this episode, Joanna talks with Brian Gray and two 5280 Fellowship alumni about the challenges and opportunities of leading from the middle.
36 minutes | Mar 25, 2021
Bethany Jenkins on Idleness, Work, and Worship
How can Christians love our work even when we hate our jobs? Is there a purpose to work beyond the daily grind? What can Paul's letters to the church at Thessalonica teach us about faith and work? On today's episode, Bethany Jenkins, vice president of media at The Veritas Forum, shares how work can be a way to love our neighbors and worship God.
40 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
Michael Arrieta -Imagining a World Where All Workers Thrive
How can business leaders help promote flourishing for their workers? And what structures make this possible? In this episode, Dustin and Joanna talk with Michael Arrieta, founder and CEO of Garden City, about the how to invest in frontline employees.
39 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
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 | Feb 11, 2021
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 | Jan 28, 2021
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.
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