As president of Hobby Lobby and a committed Christian, Steve Green has a unique perspective on running a successful business according to one’s faith.

In Today’s Conversation podcast with NAE President Leith Anderson, Steve talks about how his faith impacts the way he leads, reflects on Hobby Lobby’s landmark Supreme Court case, and shares about his legacy project, Museum of the Bible.

You’ll also hear Leith and Steve discuss:

  • What the Bible says about business;
  • Advice for young Christians seeking a career in business;
  • What the Hobby Lobby case means for religious freedom in the United States; and
  • His hopes for the Museum of the Bible.

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Leith: What do you think the Bible has to say about being a leader in business?

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Steve: I think our best example is Christ himself. He came as a leader but did it in the non-traditional way. The servant leadership model is what he modeled. Our role as a corporate staff — at the corporate level — is to serve our stores. Our store managers are there to serve our customer, so we’re here to serve.

Scripture tells us whatever we find our hands to do, do it with all your might — obviously with integrity and honesty, treating people as we would want to be treated. These are all principles that we find in the Scripture that we strive to do. We’ve never done it perfectly, but that’s what we strive to do by example and through how we teach our employees to serve those that they’re here to serve.

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