Workplace Discipleship

In this episode, Bill Hendricks and Dr. David Gill talk about how faith and work intersect, focusing on combining ethics with evangelism.

About the Contributors

Bill Hendricks

Bill Hendricks is Executive Director for Christian Leadership at the Center and President of The Giftedness Center, where he serves individuals making key life and career decisions. A graduate of Harvard, Boston University, and DTS, Bill has authored or co-authored twenty-two books, including “The Person Called YOU: Why You’re Here, Why You Matter & What You Should Do With Your Life.” He sits on the Steering Committee for The Theology of Work Project.

David Gill

David W. Gill is a writer and speaker based in his hometown, Oakland. California. He recently retired from the faculty of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton and Boston, Massachusetts, where he served as Mockler-Phillips Professor of Workplace Theology & Business Ethics and Director of the Mockler Center for Faith & Ethics in the Workplace. Prior to this, he served six years as Professor of Business Ethics on the MBA faculty of St. Mary’s College of California, nine years as Carl I. Lindberg Professor of Applied Ethics at North Park University in Chicago, and thirteen years as founder, Professor of Christian Ethics and Dean or President at New College Berkeley, an interdenominational graduate school of theology for lay men and women. He has led retreats and workshops, preached sermons, and taught classes for hundreds of churches and campus Christian fellowships over the past 50 years. Gill was born in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1946 but has lived most of his life in Berkeley or Oakland, California. Since 1967 he has been married to Lucia (Paulson) with whom he has two children (Jodie (Gill) Hoffman and Jonathan Gill) and six grandchildren. The Gills are members of Solano Community Church in Albany, CA.