Faith and Work | Bill Hwang on Investing in People, originally hosted on the Faith and Work series on FULLER Studios. Bill Hwang, CEO and Founder of Archegos Capital Management and Fuller Trustee, shares how his faith influences his business practices and the importance of asking “where can I invest to please our God?” He is interviewed … Read More
Faith and Work | Terry Looper On Dying to Self, originally hosted on the Faith and Work series on FULLER Studios. Terry Looper, CEO and Founder of Texon, reflects on dying to self and making Jesus the CEO to develop healthy workplace culture. He is interviewed by Tod Bolsinger, Vice President and Chief of Leadership Formation.
Recently, I was chatting with a client of mine who was a few years into resurrecting an organization that had nearly fizzled out under previous leadership. When she assumed leadership of the nonprofit, it had run out of money, was unclear on its mission, and had major personnel problems. As we talked, she described to … Read More
By the sweat of your face you shall eat bread until you return to the ground, for out of it you were taken; you are dust, and to dust you shall return. Genesis 3:19 To Dust We Will Return This Wednesday is Ash Wednesday, one of the most important days in the Christian year. Millions … Read More
Stories of sexual harassment continue to get top billing in the news. It seems that each day another prominent man—a leader in government, entertainment, business, news, or whatever—resigns or is fired or is in serious hot water owing to believable accusations of grossly inappropriate behavior in the workplace. Most of these accusations come from women … Read More
The story of a neighborhood church that is adapting to changing times by putting faith & work integration into practice.
The Christmas season is over. We’ve put away nativity scenes and unstrung our lights. That distinct festivity is no longer in the air. Another year has started, and while this can be an exciting occasion for many—time for resolutions and fresh starts—it can also feel like the great Monday morning of the year. Back to … Read More