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Published on Apr 14, 2014
In March of 2014, Christian Union brought together nearly 400 students---from a variety of ministries, representing all eight Ivy League universities---for the fourth Ivy League Congress on Faith and Action. This is Ken Eldred's talk from Friday night, "Understanding Faith and Economics" (40:00).
Ken is the CEO of Living Stones Foundation Charitable Trust and Living Rock Foundation. For over 20 years, Ken served as CEO of Inmac, a public company he founded. He has assisted in the founding of several other successful companies, including My Softward and Ariba Technologies. Ken is involved in ventures in the United States, China, Europe and India, and he advises various kingdom business ventures and ministries. Ken has BA and MBA degrees from Stanford and was a Visiting Fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution. He has appeared on a number of national broadcasts, including The 700 Club and Dr. Dobson's Family Talk .
Ken's latest book, The Integrated Life (www.integrated-life.org), explains how to connect one's faith and work. He is also the author of God is at Work: Transforming People and Nations Through Business (www.godisatwork.org), named the top book by the Business as Mission Network, and co-editor of On Kingdom Business , winner of a 2004 Christianity Today Book Award. Mr. Eldred was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area. He currently resides in Dallas, Texas.