Working With Dan Doriani
Working With Dan Doriani

Season 4

Firing the imagination of Christians who long to practice their faith at work.

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Abram Van Engen, Professor: Origin Stories

Abram Van Engen is a professor of English at Washington University in STL, Executive Director of the Carver Project, and the author of 2 books. The second and most well-known is titled “City on a Hill, a History of American Exceptionalism.”

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Abby Karsten

Abby Karsten and Chris Gordon, Women’s Ministry: The Body at Work

In this episode, Dan sits down with Abby Karsten and Chris Gordon. Abby is the Women’s Ministry Leader of the Kirk of the Hills Church in St. Louis, and Christine (Chris) is an author of Bible studies for women and co-founder of At His Feet. They talk a bit about their work in their churches and on writing Bible study curriculum, but spend most of the conversation on a subject, quite literally, close to all our hearts: the body.

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Tom Nelson - Made to Flourish

Tom Nelson, President of MTF: Work that Flourishes

Our guest on this episode is Tom Nelson. The subject of faith and work is very near and dear to Tom’s heart. He is president of the faith and work organization Made to Flourish, a pastor, and the author of several books including: “Work Matters,” “The Economics of Neighborly Love,” and, most recently, “The Flourishing Pastor.” In this episode, Tom and Dan discuss the world of faith and work, and Tom’s profound, lifelong commitment to bridging, what he calls, the Sunday to Monday gap.

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Ray Cortese

Ray Cortese, Pastor: Holy Ambition

On this episode our guest is Ray Cortese, the self-professed “unspiritual” pastor who has spent over 40 years at the same small town church in Florida. Ray shares his own story of his life and call to ministry, and through it offers a candid testimony to all of us about the power of God to transform human ambition for His own purposes.

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Dave Jump

Dave Jump, Entrepreneur: Redemptive Stewardship

Dave Jump, President of American Milling, is an entrepreneur with a reputation for nurturing successful businesses. Through his creativity, hard work, and dignified care for and compensation of his employees, Dave is an excellent model for what it looks like to use your God-given talents, treasure, and position for the glory of God and good of neighbor.

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Meet Dan Doriani

Dan Doriani has been a security guard, construction laborer, freight handler, tennis coach, and tour guide–among other roles. In his principal calling, he has pastored churches, served as faculty in colleges and seminaries, and authored and edited numerous books. Dan’s fascination with work began in his childhood. His thinking, studying, and biblical interpretation on work have fueled his pastoral passion for equipping and encouraging others to act, bringing reformation to the workplace. Dan holds degrees from Geneva College, Westminster Theological Seminary, and Yale Divinity School. He currently serves as vice president at large and professor of biblical and systematic theology at Covenant Theological Seminary.

Get Dan's Latest Book "Work that Makes a Difference"

If you’ve ever wondered how you can best serve God and your neighbor faithfully in your work, this study provides welcome encouragement and guidance. Discover what makes your work both good and strategically valuable—then develop a concrete plan to make a difference in your corner of the world.
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