9/11 is a day to remember those heroes who risk, and sometimes lose, their lives caring for us, but it is also a time to reflect on how to care for others. John “Rev” Revell shares what he has learned about compassion while serving as Chaplain for the Stamford, CT Police Department and as founder of Life Line Chaplaincy, which is dedicated to serving first-responders. Being an NCS brudder means “showing up” when a spouse, child or friend is going through a difficult time. Rev helps us understand the importance of compassion and HOW to “show up”.
Rudy Carrasco shares the amazing journey that took him from a difficult inner-city childhood to: the White House, throwing out the opening pitch at a Major League Baseball game, and a life committed to mobilizing business to create flourishing economic environments and end poverty in urban areas.
We are each made for “greatness”. Roland Warren shares his own life experiences and explores how we can discover our own greatness by following Jesus’ example of serving the most vulnerable.
John Beckett is a pioneer in understanding that a business career can be a calling. He shares the story of of his faith walk, from suddenly finding himself at the helm of the family business at 26 years old upon the untimely death of his father to his decision to build the company as a laboratory for the integration of faith in business. Beckett explains how a TV news documentary led to the writing of his first book, “Loving Monday”, and how God has used a small Ohio manufacturer of furnace burners to reach millions of people worldwide with the news of Jesus Christ. John Beckett
J. Frank Harrison, III is Chairman and CEO of the largest independent Coke bottler in the United States, a business started by his great-grandfather. But Frank Harrison does not settle for running things the way they always were. Under his leadership, Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated revised its mission statement to start with “Honor God In All We Do”. In this riveting talk, Frank shares his views on living an integrated life in Christ. He also talks about the pain of recently losing his 27 year old son.