Michael Miller of Acton Institute and one of this year’s keynote speakers at the Faith and Business Conference explains how our charity may be hurting the poor around the world.
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Finding roots in our busy everyday lives can be one of our biggest challenges. Our 2017 keynote speaker Amy Novak, President of Dakota Wesleyan University, gives us her insights into how we grow our roots at this year’s Faith and Business Conference with her talk: “A Culture of Entrepreneurship & Principled Professional Life.”
2016 Faith and Business Conference keynote speaker Andreas Widmer, Director of Entrepreneurship at The Catholic University of America, explains why coming to this year’s conference will help you find true meaning in your work.
List to why Fr. Robert Sirico, parish priest and President of Acton Institute believes that men and women of faith should attend the Faith and Business Conference 2017 on August 10th in Sioux Falls, SD.
The Faith & Business Conference is a half-day gathering with global leaders speaking on the relationship between faith principles and business practices. This year’s theme “Profit & Stewardship” will address the creation and value of profit and how to steward it justly.
In Season 2, Episode 5 of the Catholic Men’s Business Fraternity podcast Brian Cooper and Joe Rutten sit down with Rory Kelly, owner of Cellular Only to talk about how he integrates faith principals into business practices. We also have Joe’s fervorino on virtue. Especially as it relates specifically to business.
In Season 2, Episode 4 of the Catholic Men’s Business Fraternity podcast Brian Cooper and Joe Rutten sit down with Jodi Schwan, owner of Align Content Studio to talk about how she integrates faith principals into business practices as a small business owner. We also have Joe’s fervorino on the option for the poor.
Catholic Men’s Business Fraternity Executive Director Joe Rutten explains why charity was the Word of the Day at our Ash Wednesday Men’s Breakfast.
In Season 2, Episode 3 of the Catholic Men’s Business Fraternity podcast Brian Cooper and Joe Rutten sit down with Michael Stebbins, Executive Vice President of Mission at Avera Health to talk about how he integrates faith principals into business practices at a Catholic health organization. We also have Joe’s fervorino on the common good.
Michael Stebbins, Executive Vice President of Mission for Avera Health talks about how to be a better Husband, Father and Business Leader.
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