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Letters to Workplace Leaders - Targeting Your Fellow Leaders to Spread the Word of Christ (From My H Paperback – 2011


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Kent Humphreys has been a business leader for over forty years. While owning and operating a nationwide general merchandise distribution business, he worked with the nation's largest retailers. Since selling the family business in 1997, Kent continues to be involved in real estate, private equities, and a medical distribution business.

From 2002 through 2007, he was president of Fellowship of Companies for Christ International, an organization that equips and encourages Christian business owners who desire to use their companies as a platform for ministry. Kent now serves them as a worldwide ambassador for FCCI (Christ@Work).

For many years, Kent has spent much of his time ministering to business leaders, pastors, and students across the country through speaking, writing, and mentoring. He has spoken in seminaries across the United States. He travels extensively overseas several times each year.

He served for many years on the board of directors of The Navigators, Integris Hospital, a couple of seminaries, and other charitable organizations. Christ@Work in Your Transition from the Campus to the Workplace is the sixth book that Davidene and Kent have worked on together. His book, Shepherding Horses, has been translated into ten languages and published in fifteen nations. Kent and Davidene have three children and eight grandchildren, and make their home in Oklahoma City.