About

Beat this!

Did I mention that I love to fly fish?

Bill Peel is passionate about helping men and women in the workplace discover how they can impact their world for Jesus Christ. He is the award-winning author of seven books, co-author of The Saline Solution and works actively to spread the gospel world-wide through the workplace. Besides an active national and international speaking schedule, Peel serves on the faculty of the WorkLife University and consults with churches, organizations, businesses, and individuals to help men and women take their faith to work. He and his wife Kathy have three adult sons and live in Dallas, Texas. To learn more about Bill and hear him describe Monday Morning Faith. click here.

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3 responses to “About

  1. I found your blog on Bradley Moore’s Shrinking the camel. Good work. You and Brad seem to understand correctly that a Christian in business serving the Lord there is as much “called” and “commissioned” as any pulpit pounding preacher! Hope you’ll visit my site sometime:
    scripturestudent.wordpress.com

  2. Thanks Don. Actually even the non-pulpit pounders as well. They’re definitely called, sadly far too few are commissioned by the congregations.

  3. Bill,

    I’d like to profile you in my highcalling blogs series on goannatree.blogspot.com
    .. as part of this series: http://goannatree.blogspot.com/2009/08/some-folks-you-need-to-meet-highcalling.html

    I couldn’t find an email contact for you on here…but if you would email me on goannatree_at_gmail dot com we can discuss this further.

    Have a great day!

    Anna Blanch

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