SLMAW 012 – Work Transitions with PJ Simmons

PJ Simmons

 

What You’ll Hear:

  • P.J. gave his life to Christ at a young age and was blessed not to fall into the prodigal son routine
  • He went to Bible college and started working full-time for a non-profit called the MediciProject
  • After looking for ways to pay off his student loans and advance the Gospel, he decided to start a podcast and started GospelDrivenEntrepreneur

SLMAW 011 – Being Right is Not Enough with James Walker

James WalkerWhat You’ll Hear:

  • James Walker was a fourth generation Mormon but could not be assured of his salvation and then put his faith and trust in Jesus Christ alone
  • His mother and sisters became Christians but it was more difficult with his father.
  • James was helped by the Watchman Fellowship ministry.  He later became a volunteer and eventually the President of the organization and has spent over 20 years in this apologetics ministry

Four Things Christian Men at Work Can Learn from Colin Kaepernick and Tom Brady

As you watch the Superbowl this year, ponder for a moment what we as Christian men at work can learn from Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady and 49ers Quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Kaepernick Brook Ward via Compfight

You probably know who these two men are.  I say that because I know who they are even though I’m such a non-sports fan at this stage in my life that I watched a total of half a game of football all season.

SLMAW 010 – A Real Man Protects the Most Vulnerable Part 2 of 2 with Kurt Kondrich

Kurt and ChloeQ&A – Spirit Round*

What is the Greatest Misunderstanding Men Have About Their Work?

I think a lot of men are scared to profess and live their faith.  They don’t want to offend anybody.

Jesus Christ must be the center of everything we do as men in our personal and professional lives.  We need to be the example of living out the Word.

SLMAW 009 – A Real Man Protects The Most Vulnerable Part 1 of 2 with Kurt Kondrich

Kurt and Chloe
What You’ll Hear:

  • Kurt Kondrich spent two decades as a police officer, in Atlanta and Pittsburgh
  • When his daughter Chloe was born with Down Syndrome, he became a pro-life advocate and with Chloe and others they helped to pass the Down Syndrome Prenatal Education Act (or Chloe’s Law) which requires that women are given uplifting information once they learn their unborn child may have down syndrome.
  • The law has been a catalyst for legislation in other states

SLMAW 008 – My Family Is My Mission Field with Bill Fraine – Part 2 of 2

Bill Fraine

What You’ll Hear:

  • One day he realized he needed to stop praying for himself and start praying for others
  • Bill’s pride kept him at first from taking a job being offered, but then he listened and God prospered him
  • Nothing scares him.  His family is saved and God has taken care of him through the worst times