Going on Vocation: Contributors

Many workers are featured in Going on Vocation along with several scholarly presenters. Here is a list of the most prominent interviewees in alphabetical order.

 
Christina Abel

Christina Abel is a chocolatier who found other area businesses eager to assist the Abels as they opened a new plant.

Dan Abel

Dan Abel is a chocolatier who opened a factory that seeks to engage ethical suppliers even when it costs more to do so.

Dr. Armstrong

Dr. Chris Armstrong is senior editor of Christian History and director of the Wheaton Institute for Faith and Vocation.

Ray Babcock

Ray Babcock served as an airline pilot before becoming a beekeeper who sees his work as an essential component in a larger economy.

Dr. Bacote

Dr. Vincent Bacote is the Director of the Center for Applied Christian Ethics at Wheaton College.

Dr. Bock

Dr. Darrell Bock is the Executive Director for Cultural Engagement and the Senior Research Professor of New Testament at Dallas Theological Seminary.

Sharon Cranfill

Sharon Cranfill is a beautician who uses her contact with the public to share her faith and also works to rehabilitate women who have been involved in substance abuse.

Dr. Forster

Dr. Greg Forster is a program director for the Kern Family Foundation.

Dr. Hill

Dr. P. J. Hill is a cattle rancher and professor emeritus of economics at Wheaton College.

Dr. Miller

Dr. David W. Miller is the founding director of the Princeton University Faith & Work Initiative where he conducts research, teaches, and hosts programs on the intersection of faith and work.

Kimberly Neace

Kimberly Neace is a nurse practitioner who, after recovering from substance abuse, intervenes in the lives of others.

Dennis Perkins

Dennis Perkins trained to be an architect but wanted something more fulfilling and became a police officer who volunteers as a football coach and lay preacher.

Nick Ramsing

Nick Ramsing is a project manager with Mennonite Economic Development Association.

Dr. Self

Dr. Charlie Self is professor of church history at Assemblies of God Theological Seminary and has served as a local church pastor.

Adrienne Tressler

Adrienne Tressler is waitress who maintains close ties with her guests so that she can serve them both at work and in the community.

Dana Ullom-Vucelich

Dana Ullom-Vucelich is a human resources ethics officer.

Leonard Urban

Leonard Urban is mayor of Connersville, Indiana.

Dr. Veith

Dr. Gene Edward Veith is provost and professor of literature at Patrick Henry College.

Russell Williams

Russell Williams was a telecom salesperson who lost his job and is now a stay-at-home dad who seeks to impart Christian values to his children and other people.

Jim Wish

Jim Wish (with his sons Jason, Joel, and John—and their families) is a farmer who places a premium on family values.