Articles

via Bill Peel
October 6th, 2013

Yard Work Is Not Part of the Curse

When I was a boy, I thought mowing the lawn was part of the curse. Maybe that’s because our yard wasn’t beautiful, or by the time I got our clunker mower started, I was already worn out. Recently I met a man who changed my attitude about mowing. Bob Walker is president of Walker Mowers and...

August 30th, 2013

Celebrate Your Work

Is the work we do on a daily basis something to be endured or to be celebrated? God worked to create the universe. Adam and Eve worked in the garden before the Fall. That makes work a good gift from God and something to celebrate. In the Ten Commandments, God commands us, "Six days shall...

August 21st, 2013

Defining Biblical Leadership

In February of 2013, Dr. Dale Lunsford, LeTourneau University President and Bill Peel, Executive Director of the Center for Faith & Work at LeTourneau traveled to Singapore at the invitation of Hope Church Singapore to speak on workplace evangelism and leadership. In this video hear...

May 23rd, 2013

Right Now

RightNow is a non-profit ministry that is committed to serving the mission of the church. They are passionate about creating great video content that can engage pastors, volunteer leaders, Bible teachers, families and business people. Their mission is to help people trade in the pursuit of...

via Acton
February 23rd, 2013

Transforming the Broken Through Business

Can God use entrepreneurship and business to lift people out of poverty and addiction? Two successful young film-industry professionals think He can. The started the Neighborhood Film Company, creating a model of family relationships between professionals and apprentices. NFCo pours time...

January 31st, 2013

Camcraft Wins IndustryWeek's 2015 Best Plant Award

Congratulations to the Bertsche family and Camcraft management team for winning Industry Week's 2015 Best Plant Award! Camcraft is a global leader in manufacturing high-precision machined components for the automotive and off-road vehicle engine markets. The Bertsche family says Camcraft...

October 15th, 2012

A Moral Case for Free Enterprise

Business is a moral enterprise -- something R.G. LeTourneau, American industrialist and LeTourneau University founder, strongly believed. In a video interview, Arthur Brooks of the American Enterprise Institute makes a compelling case for the moral value of free enterprise.

July 26th, 2012

Dr. Albert Erisman at LeTourneau Commencement 2012

Albert Erisman, former Boeing executive, describes how technology impacts our life and work, and how faith informs it all. His challenging message was delivered at the May, 2012 commencement at LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas.

June 20th, 2012

The High Calling of Construction and Restoration | Kimberly Renner

Kimberly Renner talks to our friends at the High Calling about her how restoration work relates to her faith.

November 30th, 2011

Barnhart Crane: The Profit in Profit

Alan Barnhart runs one of the most successful crane and rigging companies in the world. Barnhart Crane moves everything from space shuttles to nuclear turbines. If it's complex, difficult or weighs enough to make Atlas groan, they're on point--and they're consistently recognized by industry...