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What Can Blue-Collar Business Teach Us About Work and Faith?

The
faith and work conversation is alive and well, but most resources focus on white-collar
jobs, neglecting the majority of the workforce. When Pastor Dave Hataj realized
he needed to go home and take over the family gear shop, he didn't expect
it to become a spiritually transformative season of his life. Yet as he began to
think about what it meant to be a Christian in business, he discovered just how
much our work matters to God and how blue-collar business can change people, communities,
and even the world.

Drawing on the stories of his business, Edgerton Gears,
Dave teaches you how to cultivate true inner goodness, meaning, and mission at work-no
matter what you do. Your workplace can and should be a place of significance.

Good work - Dave Hataj

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Title
Good work - how blue collar business can change lives, communities, and the world
Author
Dave Hataj
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Moody Publishers
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20200407

What Can Blue-Collar Business Teach Us About Work and Faith?

The
faith and work conversation is alive and well, but most resources focus on white-collar
jobs, neglecting the majority of the workforce. When Pastor Dave Hataj realized
he needed to go home and take over the family gear shop, he didn't expect
it to become a spiritually transformative season of his life. Yet as he began to
think about what it meant to be a Christian in business, he discovered just how
much our work matters to God and how blue-collar business can change people, communities,
and even the world.

Drawing on the stories of his business, Edgerton Gears,
Dave teaches you how to cultivate true inner goodness, meaning, and mission at work-no
matter what you do. Your workplace can and should be a place of significance.

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DAVE HATAJ is the second-generation president and owner of Edgerton
Gear, Inc., a Wisconsin-based custom gear manufacturer. As a journeyman machinist
by age twenty-one, he then earned a Bachelor's Degree from the University of California-Irvine.
He completed his Master's Degree from Regent College in Vancouver, BC. His graduate
work focused on Systems Theory in a Family Business context. In 2014 he earned a
Doctorate of Transformational Leadership from Bakke Graduate University, developing
a curriculum called Craftsman with Character. The course introduces high
school students to the trades and manusfacturing as an excellent career path, while
developing character and soft skills.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Work - Religious aspects - Christianity.|Business - Religious aspects - Christianity.|Blue collar workers - Religious life.
Country of Publication
Illinois
Number of Pages
256

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