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Gospel Business Strategies

Gospel Business Strategies

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Gospel Business Strategies
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Practical. Useful. Grounded in the gospel. Hosted by seasoned entrepreneur Kent Lapp, the Gospel Business Strategies Podcast features honest conversations with noteworthy minds who share a passion for being challenged in business and faith. From effective leadership tactics and shrewd strategies to God-sized endeavors and insights, get the support and community you need to lead your business from a gospel-centered worldview.

Latest Episodes

#017: Sweetman Swimmers on Water Survival, Swim Training, Parenting and More

Brendan and his wife Wendy have been in the business of teaching swimming for over 40 years and have trained over 40,000 kids. Their program has attracted the attention of celebrities, governors and people all across the United States. Though the training is intensive, it is effective and the kids always remain safe and loved on very well. Tune into this episode as the Sweetman’s share their experiential knowledge on parenting and swimming.

94 MINMAR 21
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#017: Sweetman Swimmers on Water Survival, Swim Training, Parenting and More

#016: McDonald’s, Family Business, and Faith, with Wayne Wolf

Building a successful business requires effective business strategy and healthy habits. Even after mastering those, running a business is never easy. Sometimes being a Christian in the business world means choosing to do what is right even if it hurts. In this episode, Wayne shares his expertise on running a business system, going the right thing even when it hurts, creating boundaries for work and home life, traveling the world, and much more.

100 MINMAR 7
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#016: McDonald’s, Family Business, and Faith, with Wayne Wolf

#015: Theology, Calling, and Old Earth Creationism, with Gavin Ortlund

How do modern science and the church fit together? What does it mean to ‘discover your calling’ according to Scripture? Gavin Ortlund, Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church of Ojai in California, discusses how to navigate science and career in light of the Gospel.

90 MINFEB 21
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#015: Theology, Calling, and Old Earth Creationism, with Gavin Ortlund

#014: Modern Masculinity, with Stephen Mansfield

People crave community and being known. How does that fit into modern-day masculinity? The Bible tells us one thing, and then culture will say something else. In this episode, Stephen Mansfield talks in depth about his latest book, Mansfield’s Book of Manly Men, and what has shaped his views on manhood and leadership. Tune in to hear Mansfield explore how masculinity has changed with time, what it looks like to be a biblical man and much more.

63 MINFEB 7
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#014: Modern Masculinity, with Stephen Mansfield

#013: Sales, Social Media, and Starting from Zero, with Christopher Thomas

Starting a small business has never been easier, or more difficult, thanks to social media. In this episode, the founder of MADE SOUTH, Christopher Thomas, shares stories about his experience with building a company from the ground-up. He details what he’s learning in his entrepreneurship class, how he approaches sales and core competencies within the world of business, and how the outdoors play an important role in his work-life balance.

88 MINJAN 24
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#013: Sales, Social Media, and Starting from Zero, with Christopher Thomas

#012: Living the Gospel, with Ray Ortlund

How do self-care, expectations and success fit into the gospel? In this episode, Ray Ortlund explores how the gospel should guide our interactions with culture and our work. Hear Ray discuss the balance between reason and faith, how Christians should view self-care and selflessness, advice for those who feel like they’re coming up short, and much more.

82 MINJAN 11
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#012: Living the Gospel, with Ray Ortlund

#011: Missy Wallace On Bridging the Secular and Sacred Divide In the Workplace

Do you ever feel like your faith is separated from your work life? Do you wonder why your work matters to God? On this episode hear Missy Wallace, Founder of the Nashville Institute for Faith and Work (NIFW), explain how her view of sacred and secular work has been shaped over the years. As a leader in this field, Missy examines the importance of integrating faith into our work. She discusses how external factors - such as the outdoors - can influence our lifestyle and our work performance.

60 MIN2018 DEC 27
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#011: Missy Wallace On Bridging the Secular and Sacred Divide In the Workplace

#010: Blockchain, Cryptocurrency and Smart Contracts with Tillman Holloway

Tillman Holloway, an expert on blockchain, cryptocurrency and smart contracts, is one of the founders of the world’s first brick and mortar social club operated solely on the blockchain. In this episode, Tillman discusses blockchain, cryptocurrency and smart contracts in front of a live audience. He explains each's function and gets to the heart of how these impact business today and in the future. To finish, questions from the live audience will give a deeper understanding of this up and coming technolog

83 MIN2018 DEC 13
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#010: Blockchain, Cryptocurrency and Smart Contracts with Tillman Holloway

#009: Money, Vision, and Power in the Church

The single most important thing for anyone working today? “That your words are trustworthy.” This is just one piece of wisdom from our next guest, Dr. Michael Easley. His experience in ministry spans four decades as a gifted Bible teacher and church leader. He’s the radio host for inContext and former President and CEO of the Moody Bible Institute. In this episode, Dr. Easley discusses why being faithful is more important than being successful, how leadership is both a gift and a skill set, and more.

96 MIN2018 NOV 29
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#009: Money, Vision, and Power in the Church

#008: Bonus—The Cohort Explained

On this special edition, Jere Shertzer and Kent Lapp talk through what the GBS Cohort is, who it is for, and how it can help. Spoiler alert: if you are leading a company and dealing with big challenges, leadership issues, loneliness or simply need to grow stronger personally—this is for you! Jere shares stories from his prior peer groups, how this group could save you from a $750,000 mistake, why growth always requires clear goals and accountability, and why trust is an absolute must.

33 MIN2018 NOV 20
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#008: Bonus—The Cohort Explained

Latest Episodes

#017: Sweetman Swimmers on Water Survival, Swim Training, Parenting and More

Brendan and his wife Wendy have been in the business of teaching swimming for over 40 years and have trained over 40,000 kids. Their program has attracted the attention of celebrities, governors and people all across the United States. Though the training is intensive, it is effective and the kids always remain safe and loved on very well. Tune into this episode as the Sweetman’s share their experiential knowledge on parenting and swimming.

94 MINMAR 21
Comments
#017: Sweetman Swimmers on Water Survival, Swim Training, Parenting and More

#016: McDonald’s, Family Business, and Faith, with Wayne Wolf

Building a successful business requires effective business strategy and healthy habits. Even after mastering those, running a business is never easy. Sometimes being a Christian in the business world means choosing to do what is right even if it hurts. In this episode, Wayne shares his expertise on running a business system, going the right thing even when it hurts, creating boundaries for work and home life, traveling the world, and much more.

100 MINMAR 7
Comments
#016: McDonald’s, Family Business, and Faith, with Wayne Wolf

#015: Theology, Calling, and Old Earth Creationism, with Gavin Ortlund

How do modern science and the church fit together? What does it mean to ‘discover your calling’ according to Scripture? Gavin Ortlund, Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church of Ojai in California, discusses how to navigate science and career in light of the Gospel.

90 MINFEB 21
Comments
#015: Theology, Calling, and Old Earth Creationism, with Gavin Ortlund

#014: Modern Masculinity, with Stephen Mansfield

People crave community and being known. How does that fit into modern-day masculinity? The Bible tells us one thing, and then culture will say something else. In this episode, Stephen Mansfield talks in depth about his latest book, Mansfield’s Book of Manly Men, and what has shaped his views on manhood and leadership. Tune in to hear Mansfield explore how masculinity has changed with time, what it looks like to be a biblical man and much more.

63 MINFEB 7
Comments
#014: Modern Masculinity, with Stephen Mansfield

#013: Sales, Social Media, and Starting from Zero, with Christopher Thomas

Starting a small business has never been easier, or more difficult, thanks to social media. In this episode, the founder of MADE SOUTH, Christopher Thomas, shares stories about his experience with building a company from the ground-up. He details what he’s learning in his entrepreneurship class, how he approaches sales and core competencies within the world of business, and how the outdoors play an important role in his work-life balance.

88 MINJAN 24
Comments
#013: Sales, Social Media, and Starting from Zero, with Christopher Thomas

#012: Living the Gospel, with Ray Ortlund

How do self-care, expectations and success fit into the gospel? In this episode, Ray Ortlund explores how the gospel should guide our interactions with culture and our work. Hear Ray discuss the balance between reason and faith, how Christians should view self-care and selflessness, advice for those who feel like they’re coming up short, and much more.

82 MINJAN 11
Comments
#012: Living the Gospel, with Ray Ortlund

#011: Missy Wallace On Bridging the Secular and Sacred Divide In the Workplace

Do you ever feel like your faith is separated from your work life? Do you wonder why your work matters to God? On this episode hear Missy Wallace, Founder of the Nashville Institute for Faith and Work (NIFW), explain how her view of sacred and secular work has been shaped over the years. As a leader in this field, Missy examines the importance of integrating faith into our work. She discusses how external factors - such as the outdoors - can influence our lifestyle and our work performance.

60 MIN2018 DEC 27
Comments
#011: Missy Wallace On Bridging the Secular and Sacred Divide In the Workplace

#010: Blockchain, Cryptocurrency and Smart Contracts with Tillman Holloway

Tillman Holloway, an expert on blockchain, cryptocurrency and smart contracts, is one of the founders of the world’s first brick and mortar social club operated solely on the blockchain. In this episode, Tillman discusses blockchain, cryptocurrency and smart contracts in front of a live audience. He explains each's function and gets to the heart of how these impact business today and in the future. To finish, questions from the live audience will give a deeper understanding of this up and coming technolog

83 MIN2018 DEC 13
Comments
#010: Blockchain, Cryptocurrency and Smart Contracts with Tillman Holloway

#009: Money, Vision, and Power in the Church

The single most important thing for anyone working today? “That your words are trustworthy.” This is just one piece of wisdom from our next guest, Dr. Michael Easley. His experience in ministry spans four decades as a gifted Bible teacher and church leader. He’s the radio host for inContext and former President and CEO of the Moody Bible Institute. In this episode, Dr. Easley discusses why being faithful is more important than being successful, how leadership is both a gift and a skill set, and more.

96 MIN2018 NOV 29
Comments
#009: Money, Vision, and Power in the Church

#008: Bonus—The Cohort Explained

On this special edition, Jere Shertzer and Kent Lapp talk through what the GBS Cohort is, who it is for, and how it can help. Spoiler alert: if you are leading a company and dealing with big challenges, leadership issues, loneliness or simply need to grow stronger personally—this is for you! Jere shares stories from his prior peer groups, how this group could save you from a $750,000 mistake, why growth always requires clear goals and accountability, and why trust is an absolute must.

33 MIN2018 NOV 20
Comments
#008: Bonus—The Cohort Explained
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