“And so things just started evolving and God was blessing a lot of those things. In 2001 my board said, ‘You know this really doesn’t look quite like the consulting practice that we had envisioned, but it looks like what God’s really blessing and doing. We need to embrace it…”
With his board’s guidance and support, Rick started a non-profit better suited for teaching and counseling. This new thing God was doing was Integrity Resource Center.
Today, IRC has a daily radio program airing on 250 radio stations. They also publish Integrity Moments, a daily devotional encouraging and equipping those desiring to live out their faith in their work environment. In addition, Rick hosts quarterly lunch events near the IRC headquarters in Kansas City, Missouri. Rick has written several small group studies and other resources designed to empower leaders to put biblical principles into action. He continues to facilitate many training events and still offers personal consulting, when he has time.
According to Rick, IRC answers the question “What does God’s Word have to say—in practical terms—about work and how important faith at work is to Christians? We offer insight and daily wisdom to help today’s business leaders better live that out.”