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Business Through the Eyes of Faith

Business Through the Eyes of Faith

Business Through the Eyes of Faith is designed to encourage and equip members of the West Tennessee business community to integrate their Christian faith into their workplaces.

2013

Seck: Christians must use jobs as platforms for ministry

Christians in business must be willing to surrender themselves to God and be willing to use their positions as platforms to minister to people around them, Singapore businessman Wai Kwong Seck said at a Union University luncheon April 3.

Seck, executive vice president for State Street Global Markets, addressed about 250 in attendance at Union’s Business Through the Eyes of Faith luncheon in the Carl Grant Events Center. Sponsored by the McAfee School of Business Administration, the event is designed to encourage and equip members of the West Tennessee business community to integrate their Christian faith into their workplaces. READ MORE


2012

Smith offers tips for integrating faith, business

Through four different careers in business, Harry Smith learned many different principles that allowed him to lead others with humility, fairness and integrity.

He shared those lessons with more than 200 in attendance at Union University’s Business Through the Eyes of Faith luncheon April 10 in the Carl Grant Events Center. Sponsored by the McAfee School of Business Administration, the event is designed to encourage and equip members of the West Tennessee business community to integrate their Christian faith into their workplaces. READ MORE


Moy stresses importance of integrity in the workplace2011

Moy stresses importance of integrity in the workplace

Christians are called to be change agents and can bring about change through the moral and ethical decisions they make, Edmund Moy said March 29 at Union University.

“I believe that all Christians without exception are called to full-time Christian ministry,” Moy said. “Some of that full-time Christian ministry is going to be a pastor, who equips their congregation to go out and do full-time Christian ministry. But for many of us, it’s going to be in our workplace.”

Moy, former director of the U.S. Mint and aide to President George W. Bush, was the guest speaker for Union’s Business Through the Eyes of Faith luncheon. Sponsored by the McAfee School of Business Administration, the event is designed to encourage and equip members of the West Tennessee business community to integrate their Christian faith into their workplaces. READ MORE


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