Kyle McManamy

Project Manager at OneHope

March 4, 2020 • Kyle McManamy

Welcome to the first episode of a NEW monthly podcast, Work Matters. We have incredible people in our CHBC family doing incredible things, and this podcast explores how the kingdom of God is being grown and shaped through their vocations. We hope that each episode encourages and challenges you to identify how God can use YOU through your work to make His kingdom known. In this episode, Kyle McManamy introduces us to OneHope - an international missions organization targeting children around the world with engagement in the Bible (onehope.net). In addition, Kyle speaks to his passion to help others integrate the Gospel in their work through the Triangle Fellows program (trianglefellows.org).

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Dr. Sarah Whang

Primary Care Physician & Obesity Medicine Physician @ UNC Family Medicine (Hillsborough) • April 7, 2021 • Roddy Dinsmore

How should Christians respond to broken systems in our communities? How should we address issues which disproportionately impact lower income communities? In this month's Work Matters, Dr. Sarah Whang shares how God is using her medical skills and passions, through her vocation, to bless and serve those who need specialized care, but who cannot afford the services. You will also hear how Sarah is partnering with Angel Mirzoca (CHBC member) to help other clinics begin to offer these great services.

Dr. Christopher Kigongo

Clinical Trials Coordinator @ Duke University Medical Center; President of Worldwide Endeavors; Eld • March 3, 2021 • Roddy Dinsmore

Dr. Christopher Kigongo (CHBC Elder) has dedicated his life to serving others through his skills in public health, both in is home country of Uganda and here in the US. Listen in as Dr. Kigongo shares about his beginnings in exploring medicine, how the HIV crisis of the 80's influenced his career, and how the gospel speaks into his work as one who cares for others. You will also learn about an exciting project with Worldwide Endeavors he has been working on for years to build a hospital in an underserved part of Uganda. Reach out to him at ckigongo@hotmail.com if you want to learn more.

Ben Thomason

Managing Director, Experiential Learning @ The Fuqua School of Business, Duke University; Elder • February 3, 2021 • Roddy Dinsmore

Having worked in investment banking and now teaching at the Duke's Fuqua School of Business, Ben Thomason, CHBC member and elder, shares his experience in the business world. He gives us a great glimpse into the challenges of the financial industry and brings hope through the gospel to redeem that sector of society.  If you are interested in joining a weekly call for CHBC business owners and entrepreneurs, please contact Roddy at roddy@biblechurch.org.