On this episode, Shawn Bolz teaches how to hear God’s voice in business and shares how the spiritual gift of prophecy can operate in a business context.
Shawn Bolz is a TV host, an author, producer, and a Christian minister.
He’s the author of several bestselling books, including Translating God: Hearing God’s Voice For Yourself And The World Around You and Wired to Hear: Connecting God’s Voice to Your Life, Influence, and Career, which he co-authored with Bob Hasson.
Shawn and Bob host one of the top-ranking Christian podcasts called Exploring the Marketplace and Exploring the Prophetic.
Shawn has been featured on Fox News, CBN News, 700 Club, CenterPoint TBN News, and … now, the Theology of Business Podcast.
He’s also the founding pastor of Expression58, a family-focused church in Los Angeles California where he still attends.
He enjoys living on an urban farm with his wife, Cherie and their two daughters, 2 dogs, a cat, and chickens.
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