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WorkLIght's mission is to encourage and equip Christians to be God’s presence in the workplace by the power of the Holy Spirit, exercising faith, integrity, and excellence. Nine to Five podcasts are conversations with Christians aligning their careers with God's mission and being Christ in their workplace. Listen to them during your commute, or whenever convenient.
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Rebekah Samuel has felt the Lord calling her to put her gifts to work through many avenues. In this podcast she talks with Becki Lonnquist, Director of Communications at WorkLight about the wild journey that God has taken her on this past year through different work ventures and callings, like collaborating in a book (Letters of Love), to starting a 30-day funding initiative (LoveYourNeighbor514), and a big discovery of learning that she is on the autism spectrum with asperser's, and how that has led to discovery and opportunities as well. Letters of Love: https://rebrand.ly/Letters-of-Love-BookLoveYourNeighbor514: https://linktr.ee/LoveYourNeighbor514 Rebekah's website: https://www.rebekahjsamuel.com/ 
Ben Rhodes, is someone who knew from a very young age that he wanted to be in a ministry-related field, but not sure where his calling would lead.  After he began working at his job in the medical devices industry, he soon found out that there was a seminary just down the road and would soon become a part-time student. In this podcast Ben discusses the tie between his secular and Christian  work, and the power of storytelling and forming relationships. 
Tim Loehr is the president at a property management company in Indiana. In this podcast he reflects on the last year and his experience growing his faith and becoming closer to God, developing relationships with other Christians through WorkLight small groups and how he is living a life changed and filled with the Holy Spirit. 
Drawing Closer to God

Drawing Closer to God

2020-10-1923:39

WorkLight President, Wesley Farrow and a founder of a human resources consulting business discuss complexities, challenges and also the rewards of being a Christian in today's workplace and how to do good work and rely on God through life's challenges.
For artistic director, Jeremy Stanbary, sheer reliance on the Holy Spirit over the past decade has left him looking for open windows in strange places and challenging times. God never ceases to surprise.
This episode was originally published on March 20th, 2019.Three weeks on a new job, Ed suffers a cardiac arrest in front of three coworkers. Ten minutes without oxygen, he survives with no brain damage. Steve Becker discusses with Ed Varevice the miracle and its impact on the hospital staff (8:40), his coworkers (12:46), and himself (22:42).
Christeen Rico, an international expansion strategist for a large tech company in Silicon Valley talks with Luke Cahill of Christians in Commerce about defining a theology of work (8:00), a new understanding of success (16:47), and Christian groups in Silicon Valley (21:32).
Richard Lindroth is a Distinguished Achievement Professor at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. He has spent over thirty years of his career there and currently is a Professor of Ecology and former Associate Dean of Research. His conversation with Steve Becker covers becoming a biologist (4:22), stewards of God's creation (19:34), working in science as a Christian (27:49).
Chuck DeGroat, Professor of Pastoral Care and Christian Spirituality at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan talks with Steve Becker of Christians in Commerce about wholeheartedness (3:18), contemplative prayer (13:05), and fostering the presence of God (20:48).Learn more about Chuck DeGroat's course on contemplative prayer here: bit.ly/contemplativeprayerCheck out Into the Silent Land by Martin Laird here: amzn.to/2IjGuL7
Have you ever thought of misfortune as a talent? At a recent Challenge Weekend, Charlie Singleton shared a personal experience of his own misfortune that allowed him to be uniquely equipped to be Christ's presence for another.Learn more about Challenge Weekends here: bit.ly/ChallengeWeekends
Bryan Huntington is a young lawyer in a prestigious law firm. Surprising when you see the early challenges he faced. Wrapping up his first thirty years he sits down with Steve Becker and he shares his story, his gradual awakening to God’s great faithfulness, and how he serves God as a lawyer.Overcoming challenges at a young age (1:43), God's faithfulness (9:52), and serving God as a lawyer (18:32)
Hope for the Workplace

Hope for the Workplace

2019-04-2427:58

Bill Dalgetty, a former General Manager at Mobil Corporation talks with Luke Cahill of Christians in Commerce about a profound faith experience (7:25), stewardship at Mobil (14:21), and Hope for the Workplace (21:47).You can purchase Bill's book here: bit.ly/WorkplaceHope
This episode features a panel discussion from our Coworkers in Christ Gathering on October 5, 2018. The conversation was moderated by Luke Cahill of Christians in Commerce. The panelists, in the order that you will hear them include Tammy Krings, owner and president of The Conversations that Matter, Paul Larsen, Consultant, Coach, and Connector for GiANT Worldwide and ICG Advisors, and Roy Tinklenberg, founder of faithandworkmovement.orgIntegrating faith and work (1:37), influencing others the right way (8:49), understanding God's purpose for you at work (18:24)
Three weeks on a new job, Ed suffers a cardiac arrest in front of three coworkers. Ten minutes without oxygen, he survives with no brain damage. Steve Becker discusses with Ed Varevice the miracle and its impact on the hospital staff (8:40), his coworkers (12:46), and himself (22:42).
An educator of high school and college students, Sophia Norman shares insights that will benefit all of us no matter where we work. Sophia and Luke Cahill of Christians in Commerce discuss how “it’s all about relationships” (9:44), “What’s my assignment today?” (16:06), and keeping your eyes on the Lord (25:44)
Ben Lorence, a director at Ameriprise Financial talks with Steve Becker of Christians in Commerce about a relationship with a devout Hindu at work (2:29), appreciative inquiries (11:36), and fostering Christian inquiry (18:45).
This episode features Paul Larsen, Consultant, Coach, and Connector for GiANT Worldwide and ICG Advisors. Paul was one of our lightning talks during our Coworkers in Christ Gathering on October 5, 2018. The second half of the podcast includes a Christ at Work story from Jim Ganther about a miraculous healing in the workplace.Creating life-giving culture (1:25), shalom at work (7:18), and healing in the workplace (11:05)
Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome

2019-01-2319:27

This episode features Roy Tinklenberg, founder of faithandworkmovement.org. Roy was one of our lightning talks during our Coworkers in Christ Gathering on October 5, 2018. The second half of the podcast includes a Christ at Work story from Gail Cardwell about sharing her faith in the workplace.Comparing yourself to others (2:56), a sand exercise (7:56), and being set free in the workplace (11:19)
This episode is a panel discussion on the experience of growing Christians in Commerce small groups in South Bend. Randy Raciti talks with Joe Cramer and Peter Staffelbach about their experiences as members of Challenge Groups.Joining a challenge group (3:42), the value of diversity (11:51), and mentorship (14:37)
This episode is a panel discussion on the experience of growing Christians in Commerce small groups in South Bend. Rich Preuss interviews Steve Smith and Robert Goo about their increased growth in the past year. Steve shares about keys to their success and Rob about his own experience as a new participant.The role of “Working for Our Father” (9:52), the impact of a homework assignment (14:05); keys to expansion (17:07)
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