Windrider created and curated the Faith, Work and Economics series to offer a unique and important perspective on the way work provides human flourishing.
After pursuing a life of vocational ministry, Mark realizes his greatest impact and influence will be through his role as a marketing firm owner rather than a traditional pastor.
Welder, personal trainer, and father: Big Red shows the hustle and grind of a man working his way out of bankruptcy and into his first home.
RaShall Brackney is the first female African-American Chief of Police in Charlottesville, Virginia, where her mission is to bring faith-filled justice into a historically divided community.
An apple orchard/brewery becomes a sanctuary for work and Covid relief through hand sanitizer and job opportunities.
In a world of automation and routine, Forged highlights how mentorship and trust at a gear manufacturing company allow workers to realize their fullest potential on and off the job.
Gaps follows Jesse, a landscape gardener whose work goes well beyond digging, planting and weeding, to meet the needs of her company and customers.
A woman in Virginia has committed her company to commercial cleaning and job creation.
Golden Age follows the life and journey to healing of Bolivian-born industrial engineer Abe Camacho, who finds new life after re-entering the workforce following retirement.
One woman impacts people’s lives and milestone moments with her seemingly minor job at a flower shop.
A Marketing Manager who struggled to find employment is now empowering others by creating hiring tools through her work at LinkedIn.
A former coal miner’s faith is renewed and rebuilt, prompting him to start his own business as a roofing contractor in Bluefield, West Virginia.
Koby Alegria is given a second chance working at a NAPA Auto Parts store after spending his teens in and out of rehab and hitting rock bottom at 18 years old.
Raimore Construction offers opportunity to a diverse group of hard workers.
Hidden work is nothing new to Seng Blong Vang, a refugee Hmong plumber whose undervalued and underappreciated profession keeps cities, homes, and businesses running.
Tony Igwe, a Nigerian-American civil engineer, uses his extensive skill and expertise to support the unseen infrastructure of water treatment in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
After losing his job, Hector Ortega turns an undiscovered gift into a successful business impacting his family and community.
The Ox is a portrait of master woodworker Eric Hollenbeck, highlighting his skilled work and the lives of young people who are being transformed and impacted by his art form.
Deafness does not define Carla Sarli, a retail Assistant Manager, whose work in Blue Island, Illinois serves and supplies her community.