Monday, December 28, 2020
Our host Kerby Anderson has a jam-packed show today. The first hour he’ll speak with Jonathan Saenz, President of Texas Values. And, Kerby always brings us the top news stories with a Godly perspective. Then in the next hour Kerby’s guest is Jim Denison from the Denison Forum. They’ll talk about what the new year holds. Kerby’s final guest is David Gill, PhD. Dr. Gill will share his book, “Workplace Discipleship 101.”
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President - Texas Values
Jonathan M. Saenz, Esq., is the President of Texas Values, a nonprofit group dedicated to preserving and advancing a culture of family values in the state of Texas.
Prior to leading Texas Values, Jonathan headed the Liberty Institute offices at the Texas Capitol in Austin where he served as Director of Legislative Affairs and Attorney for Liberty Institute. Jonathan believes in religious liberty, sanctity of human life, family values, and constitutional rights, and has been involved in numerous court cases, including cases before the Texas Supreme Court and the United State Supreme Court. Jonathan has been featured in local, national and international media such as Fox News, CNN, USA Radio, Austin-American Statesman, Dallas Morning News, and Houston Chronicle among many others and is a sought after speaker for important events.
Mr. Saenz received his law degree from the University of Houston Law Center where he was honored as a Public Interest Law Fellow. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin. Jonathan is a native Texan (5th generation) who grew up in Houston, Texas and is a proud American. He and his family live in Buda and are members of Santa Cruz Catholic Church.
Dr. Jim Denison
CVO | Co-Founder - Denison Forum
Dr. Jim Denison is the CVO of Denison Forum. His Daily Article and podcast globally reach over 200,000 subscribers. Dr. Denison guides readers to discern today’s news—biblically. He is the author of multiple books and has taught on the philosophy of religion and apologetics at several seminaries. Prior to launching Denison Forum in 2009, he pastored churches in Texas and Georgia. He holds a Ph.D and a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Jim and his wife, Janet, live in Dallas, Texas. They have two sons and four grandchildren.
David Gill, PhD
Author | Educator | Consultant | Executive Director & Chief Writer - Workplace 313
David Gill, PhD, University of Southern California, served as a seminary or business school professor of ethics for more than forty years, and was the inaugural Mockler-Phillips Professor of Workplace Theology & Ethics at Gordon-Conwell Seminary. A pioneer and leader in the faith at work movement, he is the author of nine books. He is an ordained minister and has served as a pastor as well as a professor and organizational ethics consultant for several companies. He continues to promote workplace discipleship in his Oakland, California church and community through the nonprofit source Workplace 313
We all know that Christians are called to honor God 52 Sundays each year as they rest, play, worship, and serve.
But biblical faith is equally emphatic that the remaining 313 days of the year—Monday through Saturday—are also days of service to God, people, and all creation. The commandment “Remember the Sabbath day” is paired with an often-forgotten companion: “You shall work six days.” The 313 matter, not just the 52.
Workplace Discipleship 101: A Primer
Workplace Discipleship 101 contains encouragement and practical advice for Christians who are serious about living out their faith in their daily work lives. This book is packed with simple, practical suggestions organized in an intuitive format with straightforward language.
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