Working With Dan Doriani
Working With Dan Doriani

Season 6

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

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Lisa Nichols

Lisa Nichols, Entrepreneur/CEO in IT

What are the challenges that female executives face in today’s business climate? What is the likelihood of female entrepreneurs finding the funding they need to start their businesses? Is it possible to lead a business when your partner is also your spouse?

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Seasons of Sorrow by Tim Challies

Tim Challies, Blogger, author

Suffering is at the core of the Christian story, yet our experience of suffering as Christians creates all kinds of cognitive, spiritual, and emotional dissonance. Tim Challies, Dan’s guest on this episode of Working with Dan Doriani, explicitly identifies this tension when he asks: “When we faced this time of tragedy, it was the time to ask: what is all this theology going to do for you? In your moment of need, are you going to turn away from it, or are you going to go deeper into it?”

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You're Only Human by Kelly Kapic

Kelly Kapic, Professsor, Author

“Our creativity is better with seasons of rest,” says Kelly Kapic, author of “You’re Only Human: How Your Limits Reflect God’s Design and Why That’s Good News” and today’s guest on Working with Dan Doriani. Rest is a reflection of our limitations, and limitations are more broadly a sign of our humanness. God made us finite, with boundaries to what we can accomplish. Our creatureliness, our dependency, and our finitude lead us toward humility, or at least it ought to. Dan and Kelly work through all the implications of being human in this illuminating conversation.

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Sandra McCracken Singer Songwriter

Sandra McCracken, Musician

Music has the ability to comfort, to inspire, to bring us to a place of worship. Sandra McCracken has been making music that does all of that for several decades. Sandra has had a successful solo career and has been a member of several influential and well-known groups. Perhaps best known for her recent work crafting songs from the Psalms intended for congregational singing, Sandra and Dan discuss the nature of song craft in this episode. How does inspiration strike – or does it? And why the Psalms are such fertile ground to compose modern hymns.

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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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