Business and Faith Aren’t Separate Parts of My Schedule (Video)Video / Produced by partner of TOW
Film producer Jared Callahan integrates his faith with his work so that each informs the other.
I don’t sense any tension yet between my business and my faith.
I feel like my business has provided a really unique opportunity to show me my blind spots on my character or my faith and then continue to give me opportunities to grow in that.
So instead of viewing them [business and faith] as bifurcated parts of my life or schedule or heart, I view them as completely together in the way I’m trying to follow Christ with all of myself. This should impact all of my decisions, all of my thoughts, all of the way that I spend my money and spend my time.
You spend a lot of money and a lot of time and a lot of effort and heart in your business. So I don’t want those to be separate things. I’m trying very hard to have them be completely integrated where they can inform each other.
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This video serves as an illustration to the TOW Key Topic Article: The Equipping Church.