Luke Andrew and David Kruis from Crossplan Money Management talk about the money matters behind financial success.
Mark Clark talks about why God makes us successful and what we should do with our success.
Craig Most talks about the importance of commercial insurance.
David Gibbs talks about people’s rights to talk about their faith in the workplace.
Jim reads heartwarming stories for the show on Christmas Day.
Jim’s father-in-law Ted Hains shares his testimony about how God transformed his perspective on work alongside raising a family.
Jim and Martha talk about creating core family values.
Charis Hilman talks about how business leaders should approach younger employees in a Christ-like fashion.
Jack Clem, the president of Clearwater Christian College, talks about how they prepare college-age individuals to continue living for Christ after they graduate.
Brian and Debi Zaas talk about the Navigators, a ministry dedicated to serving pastors’ and their families spiritual and emotional needs.
Jay Lippy talks about his ministry that focuses on integrating Christ into your marriage and your life.
Brad Bright talks about how God and his commands are important to practice for a healthy marriage.
Brad Bright comes back to talk more about cultural rhetoric and morality.
Brad Bright talks about how Christians need to view cultural rhetoric and morality.
Jeff Pelletier, a radio show host in Minneapolis, talks about his show “God’s Work in Progress” and how it is impacting the Midwest.
Jim reflects on 2014 and looks forward to what 2015 has in store for I Work 4 Him.
Darren Shearer talks about what marketing for Jesus means.
Jim and Martha discuss the book “The Way of the Shepherd” and how it applies to your life.
Mike Hopkins and Dan Shock talk about moving into full-time ministry focused on Christian businessmen.
Pam and Tom Wolf conclude their discussion about their book, Identity and Destiny.