Jim and Martha give their respective takes on teamwork and what keeps employees motivated to remain a part of their team. But today’s show is not all about employees – it also takes a look at church groups and families. Ultimately, it’s a show about how the ultimate motivator, love, can keep us engaged in most any activity we embark upon.
Pat Layhee has created a resource for the workplace Christian to turn to for insight on how to be a soldier for Christ in the workplace and to understand their place in the Kingdom at their cubicle. His inspired work – God’s Career Guide – is the result of an incredible journey of blogging, searching, and growing with Jesus. Here all about it in today’s episode.
Today’s Together-On-Tuesday tackles the idea that marriage is supposed to make you happy. And it is, but! It it not all about your happiness, but rather experiencing joy with your spouse, which bulldozes the notion that the purpose of marriage is solely your happiness. Instead, focusing on your spouse is the source of marital bliss; and through this bliss, you will get closer to the three C’s of marriage’s purpose. Tune in to get clued in.
Katherine and Sandra, travel gurus and hosts of the radio show Vacation Nation, talk with Jim and Martha on today’s Monday edition about their vast knowledge and expertise in the vacation industry, and how they use their passion for travel to lead others to Christ.
Jim and Martha invite Dr Kira Wilson, founder of The Covenant Academy that was launched last year, and Dr Wilson details the “university model” which the Academy is based, how she was called to education and what sparked the idea for the new school, and what sets her K-8 educational programs apart from traditional options. Get schooled in today’s episode.
The uber talented Charis Hillman Brown, an author, speaker and blogger, joins the program to break down her latest article – 10 Things That Can Ruin Your Witness At Work – and her wide ranging conversation with Jim touches on myriad ideas in bringing Jesus to the forefront to be a disciple to others at your workplace.
The boys from Belleair Wealth Management, Luke and Dave (and not Randy) are back in studio for a thought-provoking discussing surrounding retirement and whether this bookmark to the American Dream is a Biblical principal.
Jim and Martha embark on a new study this Tuesday, focusing on the work in the book “The Lies Couples Believe”. And in today’s discussion, they focus on the lies culture and society feeds married couples, the lies told to us by others, breaking down the unrealistic expectations we can have about marriage, and that – ultimately – it’s all about Jesus.
Jim invites the incoming Florida Speaker of the House, Mr Richard Corcoranto, for a candid talk about the Speaker’s upbringing, his family and work life, how he uses his faith to guide his work in the House, and how he intends to keep his marriage and family a top priority while, still, tending to the citizens of Florida. Today’s conversation with this “unabashed Christian” is one of hope, faith and inspiration.
The Bakers, whose mission field is the hallowed halls of Academia, are back on the program to talk more about their work with Cornerstone Campus Ministry by giving some insight on how their ministry has taken shape since last we heard from them, talking about what it’s like to disciple students, and relaying the importance of creating a strong, faith-based foundation for college freshmen.
Chick-Fil-A has long been a bastion of Christian-bred, corporate enterprising – and also makes really, really good chicken sandwiches – and joining the Brangenberg’s today is the company’s VP of Enterprise, Social, and Environmental Responsibility, DeeAnn Turner, who gives us an insiders look at how their faith and work is interconnected.
Daniel Docto is a missionary and champion martial artist, and he joins the iWork4Him Nation today to talk about his current mission in Thailand to build a church where none exist. His impassioned story details his navigation of a foreign world to build this church by using his fighting skills as a gateway for discipleship.
Not only the longest show title in iWork4Him history, but also a very special program celebrating 30 years of marital bliss. On today’s anniversary extravaganza, you will hear some great memories from the Brangenberg wedding, Jim’s proposal song, what they’ve each learned over these three decades, and the type of marriage Christ intended for us.
Author and mentor Darren Shearer is back on the program to talk about a complicated and nuanced subject in handling competition in the workplace as a Christ follower. And Darren argues that our roles as Christians in the employment arena is ultimately to act as a disciple to our competition.
Kirk Blank joins Jim and Martha on a fun Radio Roundtable Friday for an insider look into the workings of Kirk’s multifaceted, monthly publication while talking about their new issue and their plans for future issues; plus, Kirk and the Brangenberg’s discuss Christian books and entertainment.
Professor and author Ron Johnson is back on the program and today he is discussing his latest book – What Does God Do From 9 To 5? – and having a spirited chat with Jim about the importance of bringing Christ into your workplace and how to bring the Truth to your coworkers and employees.
Today’s program focuses on loving and embracing our coworkers, employees, friends and neighbors who struggle with same sex addiction and bringing those folks to the healing power of Jesus, and New Hearts Outreach is at the center of that battle for those souls.
A fun-filled, action packed and honest Tuesday edition as the Brangenberg’s open up and share from their hearts about the importance of marriage and why that bond requires such a strong foundation, and they explain why their marriage mentoring program could be a great fit for your marriage and also those in your congregation.
Tom and Pam Wolf are back in studio with Jim to continue the conversation about their groundbreaking study, Identity and Destiny, and the Wolfs’s open up more about the DISC profile and how it relates to the personality Jesus instilled into young men and women. [replay]
On a very special radio roundtable, this Friday edition is dedicated to and honoring Martha, and today’s program features her sisters as guests as they highlight how faith has lit their path, strengthened their bond, and been a constant throughout their sisterhood.