'I won't be so bold as to say God is blessing us because of something we are doing, but we do feel His blessing and we are so grateful.' Dena King shares her story of success in opening a clothing store with her sister, while staying true to the principles that mattered to them.
Tyler Stewart, Pastor for Relive Ministry at Loma Linda University Church, shares his vision for a world where every vocation, startup, storefront and technology can be used to integrate into God's mission.
"You are a story, I am a story and the fact is there’s one big story that each of us are finding our place within." Ty Gibson, Co-founder of Light Bearers explains how Jesus used story to access people's capacity to trust.
"To be able to actually show them how they can scan the product and trace where every ingredient comes from, they usually say, 'I didn't know that could be done'". Danny Houghton, Vice President for Marketing and Sales, One Degree Organic Foods.
"We have a way of doing a default day, of doing a default week and if we don't be careful, we might just end up living a default life." Dream Manager Daniel Ralph's explains how to make the jump from imagination to execution...and vice versa.
Does being a non-profit automatically mean living day-to-day on donor handouts? Panelists Ty Gibson, David Caukill, Benjamin Lundquist and Burton Clark perspectives on essential business practices for organizations.
She went from selling comic books, to managing major players in telecommunications and starting the predecessor of Facebook. Serial entrepreneur Tina Blanco shares how she predicted coming trends to flourish in a land of opportunity.
"If left to our ourselves, each of us tends to fall into cycles and patterns that don't grow the entity we're leading". Adventist Review Executive Editor Bill Knott explains how entrepreneurs can employ the same innovative spirit of early pioneers.
"There's an economy of heaven, and the currency of that economy is self-sacrificing love." Danny Houghton, Kelly Coffin and Jason Churchwell explain unique opportunities at the intersection of health and business.
"As Adventists, we're good at being faithful...but you have to think critically about what you're being faithful to." Jeremy Weaver shares his story of leaving the conventional path to follow his entrepreneurial calling.
"Is there an environment of trust, respect and love? Do employees find their deepest relationships in the workplace? Who better than Christians to provide this?" - Tim McTavish, former CEO of InsureME.