Working With Dan Doriani
Working With Dan Doriani

Season 5

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

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Working with Dan Doriani - Karen Prior

Dr. Karen Swallow Prior, professor, author: Reading and public theology

As a professor of English, Dr. Prior argues that reading both shapes character and requires character, including patience, prudence, and love. Karen offers Christian perspectives on events for the New York Times and the Atlantic, taking up the role of public theologian. Although she never sought one, Karen has a “platform” – and explains why it is ill-advised to seek a platform.

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Matt Pierson - Working with Dan Doriani

Matt Pierson, Nashville Musician

Matt Pierson has played bass on over a thousand studio albums and for countles concerts, often with essentially no time to prepare. Matt tells us how that is possible, how things really work in a recording studio and how years of experience shape his skills. He explains how his faith shapes his musicianship and enabled him to recover from a catastrophic injury to his hand.

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Josh Borgmyer

Josh Borgmyer, Physical Therapist

With degrees and mentoring in traditional physical therapy, in treating chronic pain, and in “manual training,” Josh Borgmyer is one of the go-to therapists in his region. Josh marvels at the design of the human body and aims to work with God’s design to help many people regain muscular and skeletal health without surgery. He also reflects on the experience of seeing things about the body that no one else sees (yet).

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Working with Dan - Ryan Watson, Appellate Lawyer

Ryan Watson, Appellate Lawyer

Ryan Watson practices law for a large firm litigating judicial decisions that seem both mistaken and strategic enough to challenge. Watson explains how his firm decides to take up a case and how they work to reverse judicial mistakes in areas like free speech and the so-called wall between church and state.

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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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