Author: Dr. Chris Keil; Professor of Environmental Science at Wheaton College I teach environmental science. I love the outdoors – the prairies, mountains, deserts, streams, oceans, and all the other biomes – but these are not the environments I get to visit in my professional practice. My area of scholarship is the industrial environment. I … Continue reading Covid and Equity
Author: Jenna Watson “The team consisted of some of the smartest students that I’ve worked with across multiple universities. Not only are they talented, but also have a strong heart and desire to lead.” —Julian Cheng, Gen 1 Capital The CFI Innovation Lab (iLab) is at the heart of CFI. It forms the core of … Continue reading iLab Roundup
Authors: Dr. Hannah Stolze & Jenna Watson https://wisdombasedbusiness.org Perhaps you picture your work in the marketplace as funding the kingdom. Kind of like Paul’s tentmaking—it’s there on the side to fuel the real kingdom work. I used to think that way, too. But after many years of researching, teaching, and leading in the marketplace, I … Continue reading Wisdom-Based Business: Participating in the Kingdom
Author: Jenna Watson At CFI, we are observing Black History Month with particular attention to the groundbreaking social innovation of the Black community. As a recent Forbes feature notes, African Americans have created technological innovations we use every day, such as the traffic light, caller ID, and automatic elevator doors . Some have called the … Continue reading A History of Innovation: Remembering Mound Bayou, MS
The following is a transcript of the talk given by Dr. L Gregory Jones at CFI’s 2020 Fall Executive Forum. Dr. Jones is Dean of Duke Divinity School, A. Morris and Ruth W. Williams Professor of Christian Theology and Ministry, senior fellow at the Fuqua-Coach K Center on Leadership and Ethics, and senior fellow at … Continue reading Christian Social Innovation
The following is a transcription of the Q&A session following Shundrawn Thomas’s talk “Discovering Joy at Work” at the 2020 Fall Executive Forum. Q: I appreciated that you shared the vulnerability of saying [you went through an emotional funk]. I know what that’s like, because I had a real emotional hardship as well. And I … Continue reading Pursuing Joy; Serving Others – Q+A
The following is a talk given by Shundrawn Thomas at CFI’S 2020 Fall Executive Forum. Shundrawn is a dedicated executive, teacher, husband, father, and author of four books, including Discover Joy in Work. He serves as President of a trillion-dollar global investment management business and speaks nationally on subjects including vocation, leadership, strategy, investments, personal … Continue reading Pursuing Joy; Serving Others
“Contribute to the needs of the saints and seek to show hospitality.” -Romans 12:13 On October 29-31, CFI hosted its annual Fall Executive Forum, an event that offers Christian business leaders a chance for connection and renewal. With over half of participants attending virtually, our team was presented with unique opportunities for innovation as we … Continue reading How to Offer Virtual Hospitality
Grant Hensel ’15 is from Chicago and studied business/economics at Wheaton College. Grant is the founder and CEO of the RoundUp App. In this MyWheaton blog post, Grant reflects on his experience this past summer as an Emerging Founder with Praxis. Continue reading Redemptive Entrepreneurship and Liberal Arts
This blog is the fourth in a four part series addressing the impact of COVID-19 on the marketplace. Each blog will look at one of four emergent opportunities for Christians to participate in God’s restoration of the world during this pandemic. Continue reading Corona Virus and Faith Part 3: Transformation
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