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How Brian and Chris met, where Chris lives and what Chris does for a living.
Chris’ gun powder company donates 10% of their profit to support over 400 ministries.
Chris discusses how his grandfather started the company as a mail order business by buying U.S. government surplus powder left over from World War II in 1947.
His grandfather went into the business full time in 1952. And, in 1976, the company branched out into the black powder muzzleloading business.
He discussed how they prayed daily before entering the manufacturing plant because of the danger of producing gun powder. The accidental death of three colleagues pushed his grandfather to get into the Word.
How the company floundered into the 80’s so his Dad and Uncle prayerfully trusted in God for the company’s survival. Chris then joined the company in the 1990’s after a 12-year career in broadcasting. That prepared him for the PR and Marketing of the gun powder company.
Chris didn’t ant anything handed to him. He wanted to establish himself in the family business by hard work.
How his family business reminded Brian of the Five Chairs where one generation pours into other successively.
They then talk about how Brian’s and Chris’ relationship goes beyond friendship to accountability partners who are there for each other no matter the time of day by sharing problems and Scripture.
They then examine what it means to be an accountability partner.
In 1997, Chris’ dad read a Larry Berkett book about tithing and profit sharing with the company employees. Since that time, their company’s success took off.
One of the ministries they serve is the Hindu population in India feeding orphans and dealing with human and sex trafficking in that country.
The company supports Serve India, a discipleship ministry. Most other ministries in India, provide for basic human needs such as food, shelter and clothing.
Chris explains how working in the mission field in India has strengthened his faith.
Chris also discusses mentoring his children and grandchildren and how important it is for him to have Christ in his life as a living example.
Chris said his focus is entirely on Christ via generous giving and volunteering in service to Christ.
Chris then goes onto to discuss how young people need to be taught apologetics and how to defend their faith against the liberal progressive woke agenda.
Brian and Chris talk about going on a hunting trip to Argentina on a dove hunting trip with two other brothers in Christ.
Brian then thanks Chris for being his accountability partner and the one hour a week they spend on a phone talking and praying.
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