Your Place in the Pasture - Tim Cummings Facilitating

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Name: Your Place in the Pasture - Tim Cummings Facilitating
Date: January 10, 2020
Time: 6:45 AM - 8:15 AM CST
Tim Cummings, PE
Event Description:
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Teacher/Instructor: Tim Cummings
Topic: Your Place in the Pasture


The Bible describes us as sheep. In Christ's time, shepherds scattered their pet sheep across the pasture to influence the rest of the flock. In your role at work, are you aware that you are intentionally placed by our Good Shepherd? What does that mean to you and to your calling in the market place? Let's discuss it!

A light breakfast will be served. Join us as early as 6:45 and network with other Christian Executives.

All Friday morning sessions are open to all - no fee is charged, offerings are accepted. Please note that this is one of several registration sites. Our average attendance per week exceeds 35 attendees.

Come learn how to run your business on Biblical principles. Each Friday, we study and strive together to see how God would have us run our businesses and then discuss how to implement these principles in our businesses. At CBL Roundtable, you can network with other business people - men and women - and together, we will improve how we operate all of our businesses.


About Tim

Tim Cummings describes his calling as an evangelist to business people. His key question in business is "Why". It is important to seek to know what God is determined to accomplish through us - it is a matter of purpose!

His business career had its beginnings with him sweeping floors and packing boxes in the family sign business at age of nine. Working in the family business was augmented by stints as a service station "pump jockey", florist delivery driver, door-to-door card salesman, and a variety of other entrepreneurial enterprises. Tim attended Vanderbilt School of Engineering and the Owen Graduate School of Management, receiving a BS in Engineering and an MBA in four years while on an ROTC Scholarship.

Commissioned in the Engineer Branch he served seven years on active duty and four years in the National Guard. Assignments included duties with a Port Construction Company, an Army Diving Detachment and a Combat Engineer Company on the East German border.

Over the past 50+ years, he has worked in engineering, manufacturing, and R&D. Tim is a certified Quality Instructor under the Philip Crosby Quality Process. After leaving the sign business, Tim launched Cummings Enterprises, a business consulting service, and Dynamic Communications, a web-based communications business providing communications services for membership organizations. The primary business product of DynaCom was an early instance of our modern CRM and template managed websites - developed through Tim's own custom programming.

In 2003 Tim was approached by the Institute for Independent Business for consideration as a mentor for small to medium businesses. After successfully being vetted and attending their residential training course, he received credentials as a mentor and has been focused on assisting other businesses to be successful.

Throughout Tim's engagement in the market place, he has been driven to apply his Christian faith and world view to his business endeavors, a focus he acquired from his own father's example. As he thinks back over his business career, he can clearly see the hand of a loving God, guiding, directing, and equipping him for each new endeavor. Among his current engagements, he serves as secretary for the Board of CBL Roundtable and coordinates a career group, Sabbatical Search, which approaches views the time between work assignments as a God-gifted sabbatical and approaches the job search from a Biblical perspective.

Tim is an 8th generation Nashvillian and is married to Vickie Lee Cummings and together they have a large family of 12 children (including the spouses), 12 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.

 
Location:

Wilson Hall
On the campus of Brentwood Baptist Church
7777 Concord Rd
Brentwood, TN

Date/Time Information:
Friday, January 10, 2020  6:45 AM - 8:15 AM
Contact Information:
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Fees/Admission:
Admission is Free.  Donations are accepted.
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