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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Dave Jump, President of American Milling, is an entrepreneur with a reputation for nurturing successful businesses. Though Dave primarily works, very successfully, to transfer grain up and down the Mississippi River, his eye for business and heart for his workers has made him successful at most things he’s set his hand to – from his revitalization of St. Louis’ beloved City Museum to the emergency production of much-needed ventilators during the Covid-19 pandemic. 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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Dan Doriani’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.

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