Helen is a significant voice in the national workplace faith movement. She is currently the Director of the Talbot Seminary Center for Faith, Work and Economics at Biola University and is a faculty member in the Crowell School of Business MBA program at Biola where she teaches leadership and innovation. Helen holds a Masters in Organizational Leadership from Biola University and a Masters in Biblical and Theological Studies from the Talbot School of Theology at Biola.Read More
Morris founded SoulFormation in 2006 as a ministry focused on the spiritual and emotional health of Christian leaders. He works as a spiritual director, coach, retreat facilitator and conference speaker.Read More
Jay Stringer guides men and women to understand the “why” behind their unwanted sexual choices so that they can pursue the life they’ve always wanted.
Jay Stringer is a licensed mental health counselor, ordained minister, and nationally requested speaker on the subject of unwanted sexual behavior (i.e., extra-marital affairs, pornography, buying sex, and others).Read More
Lorna Dueck has explored the intersection of journalism and Christianity for over 30 years and it has given her a fascinating journey into media management. In 2016, Lorna was appointed CEO of Crossroads Christian Communications Inc., a leader in faith and values media and home to Canada’s longest running daily talk show 100 Huntley Street. Crossroads also manages a 24/7 prayer call centre, is a faith-based humanitarian relief and development organization and is a distributor of faith content through Tricord Media. In addition, Lorna serves in the role of CEO to the YES TV network, a commercial television station committed to positive, family-friendly entertainment programming.Read More
Heidi spent 27 years with a major department store where she held store and corporate management positions in marketing, buying, brand management, training and store environment. Being a “jack-of-all-trades" uniquely positioned her to run a successful business.Read More
I grew up in a family of six. My father was a blue-collar laborer who died of lung cancer when I was 12 years old. My early life experiences are what ultimately led me to question a lot of things, including the meaning and purpose of life.
I set out on a great quest to make sure that I would not waste my life – that I would truly make the most of it. There have been plenty of stumbles, but I’ve learned that life has meaning when we build it according to a strong set of priorities. Mine are as follows: Faith, Family, Legacy, and Generosity.Read More
Gene’s story began more than seven decades ago on a dairy farm in northwest Indiana. As a youth he began to question the teachings and practices of his church. His search for greater understanding eventually led him to Moody Bible Institute where he gained a solid understanding of the Scriptures and of the Gospel. He continued to build on that foundation, completing his B.A. at Rocky Mountain College, his M.A. at Wheaton Graduate School and earning his Ph.D. from New York University in 1968. In addition, in 1999 he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the Institut Theologique de Nimes, Uchaud, France. Then in 2012 Moody Bible Institute awarded Gene an Honorary Doctorate for his successful completion of the historic Life Essentials Study Bible—a seven-year effort resulting in the first ever Multimedia Study Bible.Read More
Jason Brown started with Marketplace Chaplains USA in February of 2002 as the first region level staff member dedicated solely to new client development.Read More