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Fearless Faith

The Fearless Faith Radio Show follows Mary Grothe’s path as a Christian Executive in Corporate America. She shares the highs and lows, provides scripture and teaching, and then interviews influential guests walking the talk.

Christians in the workplace face alarming challenges and trials. Their hearts are tested and shaken by the complexities of the professional realm, where ethical dilemmas and moral quandaries often arise. The Bible warns that the enemy lurks and seeks to benefit from our vulnerabilities and sow conflict in our lives. Within this spiritual battlefield of the workplace, Christians must navigate, stand firm in our faith, and rely on the strength and wisdom imparted by our beliefs.

I face this scenario every day. My tests have become my testimony, and now, the Lord is putting me onto a big stage where I can reach millions of people. Crawford Broadcasting is home to many Christian Talk stations, and I host a Saturday show in the Colorado and Alabama markets, with plans to expand to 3-4 markets before the year’s end. It’s also produced as a podcast, and there is a live stream, so anyone, anywhere, can listen.

It’s called Fearless Faith, and the show caters to Christians like me who yearn for deeper spiritual fulfillment, seek proper discipleship in their professional lives, and want to bridge the gap on their journey to becoming fulfilled followers of Christ, striving to integrate their faith into all aspects of their lives, both at home and in the workplace.

When we as Christians don’t armor up and don’t bring the Holy Spirit to work, we become susceptible to our flesh-driven ego that worships earthly success, fame, money, titles, and recognition. We can fully thrive in the workplace, positively impact everyone we encounter, and cause a tremendous snowball effect of love and light!

The Fearless Faith Radio Show follows my path as a Christian Executive in Corporate America. I share the highs and lows, provide scripture and teaching, and then interview influential guests walking the talk. I aim to help fill the disciple gap for Christians in the workplace by creating powerful and real weekly lessons we can learn from and implement.

– Mary Grothe, Host

Embracing Fearlessness: A Journey from the Gridiron to the Boardroom

In a world where success is often measured by touchdowns and trophies, former NFL player Ben Utecht took a different route. Transitioning from the football field to the boardroom, Ben has become a beacon of inspiration, championing the cause of building high-performing cultures in organizations. But his journey is more than just a career change; it’s a testament to faith, courage, and the power of seizing the moment.

In a recent episode of the Fearless Faith Radio Show, Ben sat down with host Mary Grothe to share his story. From winning a Super Bowl to receiving the NFL Hall of Fame Coach Tony Dungy’s Uncommon Leader Award, Ben’s accolades speak volumes. Yet, it’s his unwavering faith and commitment to living fearlessly that truly set him apart.

At the heart of Ben’s message is the importance of putting people first and fostering environments where personal and professional growth thrive. He emphasizes that building high-performing cultures isn’t just about business strategy; it’s about embodying biblical principles and trusting in the Lord’s guidance.

But Ben’s journey hasn’t been without its challenges. His book, “Counting the Days While My Mind Slips Away,” delves into his struggles with concussions and the toll they’ve taken on his memory. Despite the setbacks, Ben remains resolute in his belief that courage is a choice—one that allows us to overcome fear and embrace the opportunities to reflect the glory of Christ.

Throughout the episode, Ben shares poignant insights and key takeaways:

  • Building high-performing cultures requires prioritizing people and their growth.
  • Trusting in the Lord and choosing courage are essential for living fearlessly.
  • Seizing the moment and living each day for Jesus can make a profound difference.
  • Incorporating biblical principles into the workplace leads to transformational change and better performance.

 

As Ben aptly puts it, “To be fearless, you have to choose courage.” It’s a reminder that fear may exist, but courage empowers us to rise above it. With each moment seized for Jesus, we have the opportunity to make an impact and cover the world in His love.

To learn more about Ben Utecht and his inspiring journey, check out his book, “Counting the Days While My Mind Slips Away.” Let’s embrace fearlessness, trust in the Lord, and seize each moment to do remarkable work.

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