Listen to inspiring discussions of how your peers have embraced their marketplace calling and continue to seek ways to steward their faith and work toward righteousness.
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Be inspired by discussions with business leaders who have embraced their marketplace calling and continue to seek ways to steward what God has given them.
April 11, 2023
Business & Justice Ep 5: Push for Win-Win Contracts
Alex Matovu explains why he believes that when it comes to the legal sector, there needn't be losers in order to have winners. He believes that competitors should rather be viewed as collaborators, because the ultimate goal is the delivery of justice in society.
April 3, 2023
Business & Justice Ep 4: Think “People” Not “Projects”
Charmaine Smith is an experienced consultant who has worked extensively in rural communities to uplift them through education. She discusses the concept of investing in people and the community as opposed to just focusing on projects and profit. Charmaine shares her personal journey of learning to prioritise people over projects and how this has led to more impactful and sustainable results.
March 27, 2023
Business & Justice Ep 3: Take a Long-Term View
Andy Agaba shares his remarkable journey, having exchanged pigs for school fees that paved the way to his education at Harvard and MIT. He shares how growing up in a single-parent household ignited his passion to create long-term opportunities for others through business.
March 20, 2023
Business & Justice Ep 2: Embrace the city as your mission field
Russell Curtis, the CEO of Invest Durban, shares his journey of embracing cities as a mission field, motivated by his love for people and God's love for him. He discusses his work with Invest Durban and the Durban Chamber of Commerce in bringing leaders together to invest in the city, generate jobs and revenue, and address challenges faced by the city.
March 13, 2023
Business & Justice Ep 1: Embrace Business as a Calling
Sammy Rabolele is the co-founder and Executive Producer of Beyond The Eyes Network, an online TV platform that aims to showcase the work of the divine Creator in the world through storytelling. In this podcast, Sammy shares his personal journey of recognising business as a calling and the integral role of faith and business in promoting a just society.
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Susannah Farr, Dr Irene Banda, Sylvia Kithinji & Anthony Farr
March 6, 2023
At the Lake: Supporting the Flourishing of Women at Work
In this "At the Lake" discussion, Irene Banda, Sylvia Kithinji and Anthony Farr share with Susannah Farr why they believe that empowering women in the African marketplace isn't an obligation but rather an advantage for businesses. They discuss the realities of the women that they encounter in their various contexts, and point out ways that women can be supported in order to flourish in the workplace.
Almero Strauss, Abella Bateyunga, Jacob Zikusooka & Phillipa Geard
February 28, 2023
At the Lake: Work-Life Wholeness – How Business Leaders Tackle the Challenge
Balancing work, family, and personal well-being can be a challenging task, especially for business leaders who are passionate about living out their faith in the marketplace. Join Almero Strauss, Abella Bateyunga, Jacob Zikusooka and Phillipa Geard as they discuss how they remain whole-hearted while navigating their different roles and responsibilities.
Paul Kim & Sibs Sibanda
February 20, 2023
Episode 28: Redemptive Capitalism (podcast)
In this final episode of the series, Paul Kim and Sibs Sibanda discuss the potential and limitations of capitalism as a redemptive force in society, in contrast to communism. Referring to practical examples in specific industries, they interrogate the concepts of human agency and direction of purpose, as well as the conditions necessary for a productive and prosperous society.
Paul Kim & Sibs Sibanda
February 13, 2023
Episode 27: Pursue A Quiet Life? (podcast)
In this episode of the Monday Christian series, Paul Kim and Sibs Sibanda address the idolatry of work, which prevents us from integrating the different aspects of our lives in a healthy way. They then guide us in how to pursue shalom, which basically means ‘nothing missing, nothing broken’ – a wholeness in harmony with God, ourselves, and creation.
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