Jared talks with Mike Hatch, cohost of the Blue Collar Money Podcast, about how he went from the typical financial approach to understanding Biblical money principles and what he calls redemptive economics. Mike shares his passion for using the money God has entrusted to him to serve others through investing. Mike shares how Psalm 112 helped him understand that we are called to be conduits with our money, not storehouses, and much more in this challenging and encouraging episode. Books mentioned:The Richest Man in Babylon by George ClasonBiblical Economics by RC Sproul Jr. The Go-Giver by Bob BurgThe Blue Collar Money PodcastMike’s Course: Redemptive Economics: A Gospel-Centered Approach to Business & EntrepreneurshipClick here to schedule a free 15-minute Intro Call with Biblical Wealth Solutions.
Outlaw Radio - Episode 229 (5 Year Anniversary Special - Ross The Boss, Mike Hatch, & Cleveland Corder Interviews - June 6, 2020)
American Broadcasting School alumni, Bad Billy brings you Outlaw Radio. Listen for discussion on current events, a little comedy, and great music. Listen to the show live Saturday nights at 8:00 PM eastern standard time/5:00 PM pacific standard time on Twitch, The No Holds Barred Radio Network, and Raw Talk Online! Feel free to join the show by calling +1 (646) 558-8665 - code 216-539-5329. You can also catch the archived shows by going to www.outlawradioabs.podbean.com. If you would like to be a guest on the show or if you would like to leave your feedback you can call our feedback line at +1 (208) 957-7016. All positive and negative feedback will be replied to during the show. Be sure to visit the Outlaw Radio official website at www.outlawradioabs.com. This week we celebrate our 5 year anniversary! Featured interviews with former Manowar guitarist, Ross The Boss, Broadcasting Instructor, Mike Hatch, and former I.B.C. middleweight champion, Cleveland "The Christian Warrior" Corder. Also featured music from Gina Serrano, Jack Parow, Burning Witches, Monte Garrison, Sepsiss, Steve Hofmeyer, Bobaflex, Anchored with Snoop Dogg, and Trapt.
SPECIAL EPISODE | I LOVE MY CITY PODCAST | Samuel Goulet & Mike Hatch
THE MOUNTAIN CHURCH
On this special episode of the podcast we are having you take a listen to the debut episode of the, "I Love My City Podcast." This podcast is designed with the intention of helping answer one simple question. How do you love a city well? The show is hosted by Samuel Goulet and Mike Hatch. The two are local pastors and leaders in the city of Las Vegas. Weekly they are joined by city officials and influencers trying to answer how to love the city and how others can have a heart for theirs as well.
Welcome to the first episode of I Love My City. This podcast is designed with the intention of helping answer one simple question. How do you love a city well? The show is hosted by Samuel Goulet and Mike Hatch. The two are local pastors and leaders in the city of Las Vegas. This week the two will give a backstory into who they are and why they love their city and tease what is to come for the show.
DISCUSSION: CHURCH UNITY with Samuel Goulet & Special Guest: Pastor Mike Hatch
THE MOUNTAIN CHURCH
Today on the show Samuel welcomes Pastor Mike Hatch. He is a Pastor in Las Vegas who has dedicated his ministry to unifying churches and people in the city through gatherings and prayer. The two discuss what church unity looks like in the current culture were in and how we can get better by learning to unify and be one as God intended.
CU 2.0 Podcast Episode 60 Mike Hatch on Core Systems, Live from Finastra Community Markets
The CU2.0 Podcast
Name the single most important IT system in your credit union.Spoiler alert: it's not your core. Not anymore.Who says that? Mike Hatch, a VP and national sales manager at Finastra, and a core expert. Hatch knows the core is crucial but he also believes that it's the institution's digital orientation that will shape its future.Core is part of that.But it is not the end all.Another question: is your core system holding your institution back? Can you easily - and inexpensively - integrate cool fintech technology into your core?Say no and you are telling the truth.But it's the wrong answer. You want an open core that lets you deliver the tech your members want.Credit unions are looking for ways to be different, says Hatch. An open core helps there.Think cores are boring? You won't think this podcast is boring - and you just may find yourself wondering if now is the time to initiate a core conversion.Scary? You bet. But going out of business is scarier.This is one of a half dozen podcasts recorded at Finastra Community Markets in Chicago, October 2019.Like what you are hearing? Find out how you can help sponsor this podcast here. Very affordable sponsorship packages are available.Find out more about CU2.0 and the digital transformation of credit unions here. It's a journey every credit union needs to take. Pronto