This Dangerous Book: How the Bible Has Shaped Our World and Why It Still Matters Today (Unabridged, 6 Cds)
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Steve Green became President of Hobby Lobby in 2004 and has helped his family grow the business to more than 800 stores in 47 states with approximately 32,000 employees. He is a national speaker on both business and philanthropy interests, always focusing on how his faith intersects with his life endeavors.
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary recognized his impact in these overlapping life arenas with an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity Degree in 2013 and in 2015, Mid-America Christian University presented him with an Honorary Doctorate of Biblical Literature.
Green is also chairman of the board for Museum of the Bible. In his role as chairman, Green has assembled a team of academics, designers, technology professionals and other experts to create the 430,000-square-foot Museum of the Bible, dedicated to a scholarly and engaging presentation of the Bible's impact, history, and narrative. The Museum opened November 2017 in Washington D.C., three blocks from the U.S. Capitol.
Green has authored three books: Faith in America (2011), The Bible in America (2013) and This Dangerous Book (2017).
Green and his wife, Jackie, have been married for more than 30 years and reside in Oklahoma City, where Hobby Lobby is headquartered. Their family includes a son, five daughters, a daughter-in-law, two sons-in-law and four grandchildren. They are actively involved in their local church, as well as with many national and international Christian charities.
Jackie Green, co-founder of Museum of the Bible, is a full-time homemaker who relishes her roles of wife, mother to six children, mother-in-law, and "Gigi" to four grandchildren. Married to her high-school sweetheart, Steve, for more than thirty years, Jackie actively supports him in his high-profile role as president of Hobby Lobby and chairman of the board of Museum of the Bible. Jackie homeschooled for thirteen years and now serves on the board of her younger children's private Christian school. An adoptive mom herself, Jackie served on the Advisory Board of a local Crisis Pregnancy Center and has worked with her family in orphanages worldwide, and has also assisted several agencies in making adoption financially possible. Over the past six years, Jackie has assisted Steve on the Museum of the Bible project and has volunteered and worked first hand with the Development Team in a variety of areas such as hospitality and event planning. Jackie's other involvements include her home church and Christian charities both national and international. Although she is a world traveler, her favorite place is with her family. nbsp;