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  • Great message and presentation Darren. It’s a great reminder that we as Christians need to be the living example of Jesus Christ, especially in the marketplace because of how many perceive the business world as only beset by greed and dishonesty. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to help restore some of that brokenness and injustice that have long plagued our marketplace with your messsage. You help to bring hope back to our society with the work you do through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

    • Darren Shearer

      Thanks, Terry! I appreciate your encouraging words as always! Keep fighting the good fight!

  • AlexNavas

    Love it Darren. It is truly all about making disciples. The great thing is, God gives each of us the tools, tactics and strategies to do it in such a personal way that fits how we’re built. Thanks for sharing.

    • Darren Shearer

      Thanks, Alex! Yes, we have an incredible opportunity to carry out the Great Commission as marketplace Christians!

  • Jeremy Empie

    Looks great Darren. Every Christian needs to hear this I believe. Keep up the excellent work!

    • Darren Shearer

      Thanks, Jeremy!

  • Myson Jones

    Curious as to your thoughts on the Cultural Mandate? Do you believe that mission is operating simultaneously with the Great Commission. And if so, what is the importance of it compared to the Great Commission? If you have an episode you can link to, that’d suffice lol.

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