Ray Hilbert

Ray is the Co-Founder of Truth At Work. Prior to this role, he served as CEO until January 2016. In his role of Co-Founder, Ray is responsible for building high level strategic relationships on behalf of Truth At Work, facilitates several Round Table Groups, helps establish new markets, develops new curriculum, as well as serving as host of Truth At Work’s “Bottom Line Faith” podcast series. Additionally, Ray is in the process of writing two new books that will be released in the coming months.

Ray is also a highly sought after speaker at churches and retreats across America, where for years he has challenged followers of Christ to integrate their faith in and through the marketplace on a daily basis.He is also part of the speaking faculty for Orlando, Florida based “Man In the Mirror” ministry where he conducts seminars and retreats across the country.
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5 Keys to Receiving Godly Counsel

Our first question is this- Does the Bible tell us to get  Godly counsel? What do you think?  There are over 20 exhortations to seek godly counsel in the Book of Proverbs alone. Deuteronomy 32:30 SAYS “IF ONE CAN PUT 1,000  TO FLIGHT, TWO  CAN PUT 10,000 TO FLIGHT” By working together, giving and receiving […]

Give It Up

John 19:30 says that, “When He received the drink, Jesus said, ‘It is finished.’ With that, He bowed His head and gave up His Spirit.” Is there a situation at work right now that has you frustrated because you feel stuck and you can’t make progress?   Perhaps you feel like you’re in a no-win […]

Pleasant Words

Proverbs 16:24 says that, “Pleasant words are a honeycomb, sweet to the soul and healing to the bones.” You know in business, and frankly in all of life, the words that we use can often be the determining factor between success and failure.

Biblical Decision Making Models for Business – The Decision Tree

Making a Decision Tree – Developing A Process For Making Biblically-Based Business Decisions Certainly there are many other obstacles to godly decision-making as well but as a means to address the primary ones  we discussed earlier (our ears not listening-our hearts not  obeying- our minds not knowing) as Christians in leadership  positions, we can use […]

Biblical Decision Making Models For Business – Finding God’s Will

  Finding God’s Will – Developing A Process For Making Biblically-Based Business Decisions So, of course God’s Word is critical for us to use in making  decisions, but the Lord has given us many other tools as  well. And just like building something, we need to use ALL  the tools at our disposal to do […]

Biblical Decision Making Models For Business – Seeking God’s Will

Seeking God’s Will  – Developing A Process  For Making Biblically-Based Business Decisions. One might think that it is not highly possible to  develop a structured biblically-based process to make major  decisions in business. Many Christians would take the stance  that you “cannot put these kinds of things in a box- that each  time it will […]

No Fear – Article

2 Timothy 1:7 says that, “For God did not give us a spirit of timidity or fear, but a spirit of power, of love, and of self-discipline.” You know in recent years there has been a popular phrase on these T-shirts and baseball caps worn by millions of young people across America.   It simply […]

Keep Up The Good Work – Video

The man in the video is helping people who feel that they need to be acknowledged. The CEO or co-worker feels that they are putting in an effort and getting nothing in return. The man is speaking to these people, telling them that their extra effort is not being overlooked, that God is watching. He […]

Build Them Up

Romans 15:1 and 2 says that “We who are strong ought to bear with the failings of the weak and not to please ourselves. That each of us should please our neighbor for his good, and to build him up.” Let me ask, is there someone in your company or organization right now who is […]

No Whining

Philippians 2:14 says to, “Do everything without complaining or arguing, so that you may become blameless and pure.” Have you ever been around someone at work who is always complaining?   Well it’s not very pleasant, is it?