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Vision & Values | Pastor Chuck Warnock


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Pastor Chuck Warnock shares about the vision of Winning in the Workplace and how we are all about empowering people to excel in the workforce and what that looks like. View the Keynote below for your notes.

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Vision & Values | Pastor Chuck Warnock

  1. 1. To empower people to excel in the workforce. VISION
  2. 2. Governing premises A. God intends, even in a fallen world, for us to enjoy and succeed in our work, and that in so doing we fulfill His greater purposes. ▪ Ecclesiastes 2:24 - Nothing is better for a man than that he should eat and drink, and that his soul should enjoy good in his labor. This also, I saw, was from the hand of God. B. A Christian worldview (value system) is necessary for long term financial success C. God intended for man to prosper through the stewardship of our abilities, directed toward the right set of priorities. ▪ Deut. 8:18 - Remember the LORD your God. He is the one who gives you power to be successful, in order to fulfill the covenant he confirmed to your ancestors with an oath. (NLT)
  3. 3. Strategies ▪ Monthly speakers and forums ▪ Business leaders with best practices ▪ Experts in the marketplace ▪ Vision for what we do ▪ Support networks for owners & entrepreneurs ▪ Curate resources
  4. 4. Christian Worldview (values) ▪ Integrity - an unwillingness to sacrifice ethics in the pursuit of success ▪ Diligence - actively giving your best effort while always searching for ways to be more effective
  5. 5. Christian Worldview (values) ▪ Generosity - real commerce is continually envisioning a better life for others and providing goods and services as a result.
  6. 6. Christian Worldview (values) ▪ Generosity ▪ “Capitalism begins with giving. Not from greed, avarice, or even self-love can one expect the rewards of commerce, but from a spirit closely akin to altruism, a regard for the needs of others, a benevolent, outgoing, and courageous temper of mind.” ▪ Wealth and Poverty, George Gilder
  7. 7. Christian Worldview (values) ▪ Generosity ▪ “… giving is difficult and requires close attention to the conditions of others’ lives, their tastes and preferences, their existing inventory of possessions, their ambitions and goals.” ▪ Wealth and Poverty, George Gilder
  8. 8. Christian Worldview (values) ▪ Faith - A belief that the process of investing your effort to better other’s lives will be rewarded ▪ Creativity - always looking for new ways to help and inspire others ▪ “God was the first entrepreneur. He brought something out of nothing. He established order out of chaos. He created for the good of others. Before the Bible tells us that God is loving, holy, or merciful, we learn that He is creative.” ▪ “Called to Create – A Biblical Invitation to Create, Innovate, and Risk” by Jordan Taylor
  9. 9. Christian Worldview (values) ▪ Excellence – producing the best quality and service possible ▪ Vision – why are we here?
  10. 10. Christian Worldview (values) ▪ Integrity ▪ Diligence ▪ Generosity ▪ Faith ▪ Creativity ▪ Excellence ▪ Vision
  11. 11. Generosity Diligence Faith Vision Creativity Excellence Integrity
  12. 12. “In deciding what new goods to assemble or create, the givers therefore must be willing to focus on the needs of others more than on their own. They must be willing to forgo their own immediate gratification in order to produce goods of value to the beneficiaries.” - Wealth and Poverty, George Gilder
  13. 13. ▪ “Giving is the vital center and moral impulse of capitalism.“ - Wealth and Poverty, George Gilder