Build a Faith Culture

2017 Orlando Work as Worship Conference


It might seem impossible to have a non-religious company that’s based on Christian principles. But companies like Correct Craft have developed a faith culture that influences employees, partners, and clients. In this 32-minute session, Brian Mosley, President of RightNow Ministries, interviews Bill Yeargin, President and CEO of Correct Craft, on Bill’s experience at the company and how he integrates faith and work to promote a faith culture.

Bill Yeargin is President and CEO of Correct Craft, a marine industry holding company with global operations. Under Bill’s leadership, Correct Craft has won all of their industry’s major awards including Manufacturer of the Year, Boat of the Year, and Most Innovative Product. 



Correct Craft has a history of staying true to its Christian roots. The people who started  Correct Craft believed the best way to honor Christ in business was to pursue excellence. Bill leads the company with a faith culture characterized by service, integrity, and humility. 

What stood out to you from the Correct Craft mini documentary?
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Correct Craft describes its culture as a faith culture—they build boats to the glory of God. Would you say your organization has a faith culture? If so, what does it look like? If not, what would it take to incorporate faith into the culture of your company?
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Bill described several principles he implements in his company: care, integrity, trust, fairness, and stewardship. What principles do you try to model in your organization? How do you implement those principles on a daily basis?
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Bill spoke about how he values stewardship. What does stewardship look like in your company? How do you take into account how you are using your resources, employees, and finances?
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Bill also shared about how he makes tough decisions for his company. He tries to be fair to employees and respect them. How do you handle tough decisions? What do you take into account? Whom do you take advice from?
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Bill told leaders to continue to grow and learn at all levels of leadership. What do you do to grow as a leader? What practices might help you continue to learn?
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One of the ways the Correct Craft promotes their faith culture is through local and international service trips. Would you ever consider organizing service trips for your organization? What planning might they require? Would you serve locally or internationally?
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Correct Craft does its best to uphold high moral standards when it comes to advertising in order to reflect their faith culture. But Bill said Christians in business needs to learn for themselves what it means to uphold the faith through work. It looks different for each person and company. 

What does it look like to uphold Christian morals in your organization? Even if you’re not in a position to influence the standards of your company, how could you live out you convictions in the workplace this week?
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As a Christian, you can influence your organization for the better. Take the principles from Bill’s interview to heart this week. Think of one way you can begin to build a faith culture in your company—you could start a Bible study, organize a service project, or practice humility at work. Put your faith in action at work this week. 


For more information on the Work as Worship Conference or how to attend next year's event, visit www.workasworshipconference.org.