Being a CEO Was My Ministry

From Leadership Lecture Series

Bill Pollard, former CEO of The ServiceMaster Company, argues for the importance of mission and cause-oriented business, and the necessity of treating people as made in the image of God.

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Authors

  • C. William Pollard

    • Chairman of the Board, The ServiceMaster Company
  • Scott B Rae  

    • Chair, Philosophy of Religion and Ethics
    • Professor of Philosophy of Religion and Ethics

In this collection

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    Christian Leadership Panelists discuss finding value in work that isn't at first glance Kingdom-oriented. They suggest that the original design, that we work as a mirror of a God who works, infuse...

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    20. Being a CEO Was My Ministry

    by C. William Pollard and Scott B Rae

    2:40 — September 17, 2011

    Being a CEO Was My Ministry

    Bill Pollard, former CEO of The ServiceMaster Company, argues for the importance of mission and cause-oriented business, and the necessity of treating people as made in the image of God.

  • Closing the Gap Between Church and Business

    Helen Mitchell, Director of Saddleback Church's workplace ministry, discusses the outcomes and objectives of deploying a responsible theology of work from churches to the workplace.

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    • AJ Gil
    • about 4 years ago

    Thank you so much for this video. That was very useful information. I have always known that God has given each of us a gift and we should be using my gift to glorify Him through it... I do music and know God wants me to have a ministry in music. I have done everything I am capable of doing in respects to creating and building my production company. Now, I have been praying for a team with the necessary skills (gifts) to accomplish the tasks I cannot do, but everyone in my network is not a believer in christ. My question to you is, am I keeping my ministry from moving forward by not working with people that may not necessarily be christians? Am I being religious in this area? Sorry for the long question. I really respect what you are doing and I would love to hear your thoughts on this subject. God bless you

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