Jim and Martha talk about the conflict between the workplace and home.
Jim talks about the vision and mission of IWork4Him.
Jim and Pete O’Shea talk about the expansion of IWork4Him.
Steve Steff talks about the story of his book, The Business Card.
Dr. Tim Clinton talks about the Wildfire Conference and how they prepare Godly men to lead, and Rich Bishop with the John Maxwell Leadership Team talks about his book, Childlike Leadership.
C3TB’s Laurie Hill guest hosts today’s show to discuss prayer in the workplace with guests Donna Clute of New Life Solutions and Dr Pat Clarke. Learn how and why to pray in your place of business, why you should pray without ceasing, and three questions we all should be asking ourselves every workday morning to challenge ourselves, prayerfully, in our workplace.
Eat More Chicken! And join Jim as he takes the show on the road in front of a live audience for a program about how your work life can impact your marriage, and how to avoid that impact being negative, with special guests from Dare To Be Different Marriage Mentoring.
Luke Andrews is in studio to share how he glorifies Christ with his money, how he helps others to do the same, and the life changing effects of keeping Christ at the center of your financial decisions.
Jim talks to business owner, health professional and former radio personality, Deborah Roseman, on the importance of good health and its effects on business, and the best practices and habits of a healthy Christian business owner.
Jim opens today’s program with a very special guest from the year’s upcoming Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast, then brings in a trio of show sponsors to share their insight on how they transformed their businesses to a place that glorifies Him.
Happy Birthday, I Work 4 Him! To celebrate one year on the air, Jim brings in some longtime friends for a retrospective hour of reflection on the lessons learned over the past year, how God has touched the lives and businesses of his guests, and what to expect from the show in the future.
Board Member of Impact Tampa Bay, Ed Kobel, joins today’s program to talk about how the Spirit moves him to help both his business, and others, through Impact Tampa Bay; and also relays the importance of spending substantial quiet time with God to hear His voice.
Val Harwell has a wealth of national and international business credentials and talks with Jim about she’s been able to keep Christ at the center of her business dealings and how it has shaped her business acumen.
Representatives from the area chapter discuss the vision of the Foundation, which serves business owners and families in helping them with their giving, and how the Foundation has helped facilitate over $180 million in charitable donations a year.
Finding ways to effectively disciple men in the church is the focus of today’s program with Jack Griffith, who leads this ministry that works on men’s faith, and the show lays out why it is so important to have a solid faith framework and what it means to everything in you life, including your workplace.
Jim brings on several representatives of the year’s Tampa Bay Prayer Breakfast prior to the big event, which is headlined by Tony Dungy, to talk about what they have in store for attendees.
On today’s show, you’ll hear from a leader of the Halftime movement, which was borne from a book with the same name, and has had a profound effect on the way Jim operates in the business world as well as being an inspiration for the vision of iWork4Him.
Jody Leisure and Katie Neal share their individual testimonies on how they came to Christ, and how their law firm uses a Christ-centered focus to help their clients.
Dick DeWitt has a unique ministry that brings men and women called of God to care for others selflessly in the workplace. He shares how his ministry can create change at your place of employment, in your personal life, and throughout the Kingdom.
Today, Jim brings in Brian Zaas of The Navigators and Stephanie Brown of Grow Women to talk about how each are using their organizations to spark, supplement, and grow leadership both inside and outside the church walls.