February 8, 2018
Meaningful Money™ – Integrating Faith & Work
Kevin W. McCarthy to Speak at February Lunch
Have you ever wondered how to better integrate your need to make money and your faith? Serving God or serving money– for marketplace Christians this is the greatest challenge. Jesus warned of “gaining the world but losing our soul.” Instead, what if you did profit in the world and gained your soul? In Kevin McCarthy’s talk “Meaningful Money™ – Integrating Faith & Work,” you’ll learn the secrets found in The Great Commandment to win the greatest challenge to realize your greatest commission. Bring your smartphone or tablet to the lunch to participate in an online experience!
Kevin W. McCarthy, MBA is a pioneering thought leader who brings the future of personal and business leadership to today. He’s the author of several books, most notably, The On-Purpose Person and The On-Purpose Business Person. His newest book Chief Leadership Officer, calls for a business reformation while declaring CEOs to be increasingly obsolete and for CLOs to replace them. Kevin serves as the Chairman of the Board of the Central Florida Christian Chamber of Commerce. He’s the former Chairman of the Board of Lifework Leadership. Kevin is the Chief Leadership Officer for On-Purpose Partners, a firm that helps its clients to make meaningful money.
“The Christian Chamber is the best way to get plugged-in to the Christian business community. As a former full-time Pastor, I love being connected to fellow Christian business leaders, who share my zeal for strong Christianity with strong business practices. My Wealth Management Team has deeply benefited from having an entire suite of Christian businesses to refer to our clients. Psalms 127: 1,2” – Aaron W. Kassler, CRPC
“We have been Blessed with quality relationships established through the Chamber. We have seen the unity of the Body of Christ come together to further the Kingdom of God. We have observed the transformation of people’s lives and business through the Chamber.” – Glenn A Repple