"If you love Jesus, then bring Jesus with you wherever you are...the mission field is right in your doors." Electric Mirror sees business as a ministry. Everywhere you look around their facility, and anyone you ask, will tell you that faith is incorporated in every part of what they do.
With over 60,000 employees and 70 million visitors a year, DFW Airport is a mission field in and of itself. By providing interfaith chaplaincy in all 5 terminals, they are offering a source of hope and comfort to people traveling from all over the world. Imagine a mission field where all the people come to you!
Stable Recovery is a sober living facility organized by Taylor Made. They not only provide much-needed structure for recovering addicts, but they also offer them the opportunity to come work at the school of horsemanship at Taylor Made Farm. Led by Christian Countzeler, a former addict himself, they keep faith first in all that they do, encouraging these men to hand over their addiction to Christ and let him work in their lives.
Taylor Made is the leading thoroughbred farm in North America, and they minister to a diverse workforce in a powerful way! Chaplaincy, Care Committee, a clothes closet, language classes, and a life-changing recovery program are ways they use what God has given them to make a difference.
John Rogers built a company by pushing hard and winning. Then, 10 years ago, he was challenged to weave faith into the company. First, he wrote a letter to his associates apologizing for his leadership style and the way he had been acting. During the past 10 years, he has brought in Chaplaincy, set up a Care Committee, and leveraged the workforce to do good in the community by serving volunteer efforts.
Greg McBrayer has been an air traffic controller for more than 30 years. September 11, 2001 changed him and the airlines industry forever. Today Rev. Greg McBrayer is Chief Flight Controller and Chaplain to American Airlines. He operates the largest Airline Chaplaincy program in the world out of DFW in Dallas, Texas.
As a leading manufacturer of prestressed concrete water tanks, Preload has construction sites spread all over North America. They have incorporated Chaplaincy to keep a connection and make a difference in the lives of their workers while away from home.
The backside of a hose racing track is a community to themselves. People who work, and often live on the backside itself. Their work schedules don’t allow them to go to church, so many tracks have brought Chaplaincy and faith to them! Ministering for over 50 years, the results have been amazing!
Michael Watson is a pastor who has flexibility during the week to minister to the businesses in his community. Serving as a Marketplace Chaplain, Michael is able to get outside the walls of his church and impact people right where they are, in the workplace!