What happens to your faith at work? The truth is, when we go to work, we don't have to check our faith at the door.
"About My Father's Business" offers a proven, natural process for becoming a spiritual leader at work, regardless of position or title. Regi Campbell has more than twenty years experience learning and implementing these strategies in companies small and large. With refreshing transparency, he shares his struggles to build his career and pursue his mission to have influence for Jesus Christ with coworkers. The result is a practical guide for reconciling the quest for corporate accomplishment with the call to be an ambassador for Christ around the clock. You will learn how to assess your workplace, identify opportunities, neutralize obstacles, and boldly impact lives for eternity.
Now with a new study guide included.
"Doing what I do, I meet sharp business people from all over the world. And from my involvement with top ministry leaders, I meet people who have a passion to share Christ. In Regi Campbell, you get both...If you're a business person and you've been looking for someone to show you what to do next in "taking your faith to work,"this book is for you. If your husband or wife is a business person, this book will challenge them to "get in the game,"but in a way that is smart and effective. And if you are a pastor, this book can provide the business people in you church with a "track to run on" for effective evangelism and discipleship in the marketplace. "
-- From the foreword by John C. Maxwell, author and founder of The INJOY Group.
About the Author
James R. (Regi) Campbell is an experienced investor and entrepreneur who has intentionally sought to make a difference for God's kingdom in the marketplace since becoming a Christian in 1983. As president and CEO of Async Corporation, he was recognized as Georgia's high technology Entrepreneur of the Year. Regi then founded InterServ Services Corporation in 1993, growing revenues to $50 million in four years. Since 1997, Campbell has helped launch eight more start-up companies through his Seedsower Investments. He also serves as an elder at North Point Community Church and has mentored eight different young executives each year since 2000.
Regi and his wife, Miriam, have two children and three grandchildren.
Andy Stanley, like his father, Charles Stanley, carries on a tradition of excellence in ministry. A graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary and the founding pastor of North Point Community Church, Andy serves as keynote speaker for the Big Stuf Student Camps in Panama City, Florida, each summer. Stuart Hall serves as the director of training for XP3 Students and also leads DASH INC, an organization he founded in 2000 to develop spiritually influential students that engage culture. He has co-authored three books: "The Seven Checkpoints: Seven Principles Every Teenager Needs to Know, MAX Q: Developing Students of Influence" with Andy Stanley, and the leadership edition of "Wired: For a Life of Worship" with Louie Giglio. In his spare time, he serves as a community varsity girls basketball coach for the two-time defending state champion Buford Lady Wolves.