Ken Wales, famed actor and producer, talks about the impact his mentor, Bob Briner, had in his career and in his life. Click here for more information on the Briner
Terri Ponce de Leon, a Gift Advisor for the National Christian Foundation, talks about a movement happening about among women in philanthropy. Terri shares some counter-intuitive insights about networking from her
Tom Porter, CEO of Marquee Staffing, shares advice for college students on networking and the qualities that his firm looks for in a young job seeker.
One of the dominate ideas of our day is the belief that some work is more honorable than others. “Honorable” may not be the word everyone uses; it’s a bit
There’s a whole world out there where our Christian brothers and sisters are living lives closer to the 1st Century church than to ours. They need our help and prayers
If you were a pretty young woman who, for whatever reason, could only own one pair of shoes, what kind of shoes would they be? Stiletto heels? Sandals? Work boots?
I live an important part of my life alone but, oddly, often in the presence of other solitary people. Our only common denominator would seem to be that for whatever
One of the most common sights in today’s world is people of almost all ages attending to their smartphones or other electronic devices. More common among the young, but not
On this Pentecost Sunday message, Bob chronicles how the disciples were cured of their “cluelessness” about who Jesus was and what he did. Using the story of the man known
In this third teaching in a series of three given at Irvine Presbyterian Church, Bob Fry talks about “Ways we Might Honor Our Father and Our Fathers”. Bob’s thesis: Obedience