Threshold Stories

March 30, 2024

Threshold 137 – Engaging in a world that AI is reshaping

This is a recording of jeff Gaura sharing at the March Trust Advisor's Forum about how to engage in a world that AI is reshaping.  The video is 47 minutes in length.
February 22, 2024

Threshold 136 – Alex Gaura on Persevering

This is a recording of Alex Gaura sharing how he integrates sports, ministry, and employment as a pastor in Arizona.  The video is 9 minutes in length.
February 22, 2024

Threshold 135 – Exodus 1:8 and our currency

This is a recording of Jeff's teaching on one of the most important yet lost statements in the bible.  It was presented in the summer of 2023.  He attempts to condense what we can use as Christian Business leaders into 7 minutes. 
February 22, 2024

Threshold 134 – Mayim, Water, Beatitudes and why people don’t like Christians.

This is a recording of Jeff's first teaching that ends with the beatitudes.  It was first presented at the CBMC Trusted Advisor's forum on January 26th, 2024.  He attempts to condense what we can use as Christian Business leaders into 37 minutes.
August 13, 2023

Threshold 131 – Job, Part 1

This is a recording of Jeff's teaching of the first part of the book of Job to the CBMC Trusted Advisor's forum on July 28th, 2023.  He attempts to condense what we can use as Christian Business leaders into 33 minutes.  
July 27, 2023

Threshold 130 – Grace Tkachuk TeamUSA athlete

This is a recording of Jeff's interview with Grace Tkachuk and her experience training for and competing in a world championship.
July 18, 2023

Threshold 127b – Pastor Sharon Edwards

This is a recording of Jeff's interview with fellow author and Pastor Sharon Edwards on June 5th, 2023.
July 14, 2023

Threshold 129 – The Meaning and Application of Ecclesiastes

This is a recording of Jeff's teaching of Ecclesiastes to the CBMC Trusted Advisor's forum on June 30th, 2023.  He attempts to condense what we can use as Christian Business leaders into 25 minutes.  
June 30, 2023

Presentism-how bad do you have it?

Men like Washington and Lee just “should have known better.” They should have known about racism. They should have known that slavery is bad. They should have known that giving your family nice paying jobs just because they were family is wrong. Yet, for whatever reason, they did all those “bad, bad things.” Is that a fair way to judge them?