The Top 100 Video Stories for Faith Driven Entrepreneurs
There’s nothing like an authentic story. It has the power to inspire and validate what God is doing in a powerful way—practical, inspirational, but not prescriptive. We’ve hunted, gathered, and collected the top video stories. Our hope is that you’ll watch these and realize you're a part of a larger community of entrepreneurs driven by their faith. God is at work around the world. You’re a part of a movement of God’s people. May these videos encourage and inspire you on your journey.
Please note, we’ve also left this list with room to grow. We’ve intentionally left a few of the 100 spaces blank because we want to hear from you. What are some of the other stories you’d like to see us highlight? Share with us here.
Karla Nugent of Weifield Group Electrical Contracting
Weifield Group is committed to making a better working environment for their employees. This desire led them to create an apprenticeship program that helps people learn the trade and process of the electrical business. Watch to see how they’re partnering with charities in the community to use their business to show people that they’re cared for.
Bryan Engram of Brazen Animation
In this company profile of Brazen Animation, Founder and CEO Bryan Engram shares the story of how God inspired him to start an animation studio where the one goal is to tell inspirational stories with meaning and purpose. Watch to see how he uses what God has given him—both with his life and with his skills—to create great work.
Patrick Woodyard of Nisolo
The idea for Nisolo was born shortly after Co-Founder & CEO, Patrick Woodyard, met remarkably talented shoemakers in Trujillo, Peru. Patrick learned that they shared a common barrier to growth with entrepreneurs that he had met in other parts of the developing world: gaining access to the global market where they could sell their goods. Watch their story to see what he did to helps those he had met with ethically created shoes.
Michael Cardone of Cardone Industries
Cardone Industries is the largest privately-owned re-manufacturer of auto parts in the country. In this story, Founder Michael Cardone shares how he was called by God into business. Michael, along with his son and daughter, who also hold positions in the company, explain how Christian principles guide their business.
Ron Betenbough of Betenbough Homes
Betenbough Home Builders builds more than homes. Learn how this major construction firm intentionally invests their lives and profits into their people and into Kingdom work.
Merle and Dave Stoltzfus of Stoltzfus Enterprises
The Stoltfzus brothers have envisioned a different practice for development. They focus their time and energy on the community in which they live, building and managing for the people around them. Watch them talk about their story and the challenge that comes with God’s command to love our neighbor—which can include building your neighbor a house!
Demi and Dave Kiersznowski of Demdaco
David works at Demdaco, a wholesale gift company whose tagline is "Our hope is to lift the spirit." He believes our jobs aren't just about making money to support the church, but also about doing the work God created us to do.
Nathan Sheets of Nature Nates
Nathan Sheets, CEO of Nature Nate’s Honey, wanted to use his business expertise and resources to impact others for Christ and make a difference in their lives. He helped a group of former drug addicts start Bonton Honey and gave them so much more than just a job. Not only did they learn how to integrate their business with their faith, they also now have the sense of accomplishment and dignity that comes with owning and operating a legitimate business that impacts the community in which they live and work.
Kevin Williams of Chick-fil-A
Kevin wanted his restaurant to be the kindest place people can eat. While smiles are a way to serve customers, they have also become a way he serves his employees through a partnership with a local orthodontist. See how this initiative has created an encouraging and life-giving work environment for both Kevin and his employees.
harrison higgins of Harrison higgins furniture
Harrison Higgins builds furniture made to last literally hundreds of years. In this short film, the Virginia woodworker describes the ideas behind his furniture-making and the beauty revealed when we treat the world around us as more than a resource or even a social cause, but as a sacrament.
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