2004 Conference
Mission, Vision, and Values
Annual Conference
How to Join
Member Achievements
Faculty Positions
Administrator Positions

News and Links

CBFA Headquarters Relocates to Azusa Pacific University

901 E Alosta Ave
Azusa, CA 91702


The 2004 CBFA Conference was hosted by Abilene Christian University, and was held in San Antonio, TX.  The conference theme was “Just Business: Christian Perspectives on Marketplace Justice.”

Copies or abstracts of the presentations are available to view or download by clicking on the presentation title below.




Andrews, Brett K.
Roller, Robert H.

Oklahoma Wesleyan U.
LeTourneau University

Internship programs in Christian college business degree programs: An empirical examination

Arnott, Dave

Dallas Baptist University

The Christian worldview in the classroom

Balda, Janis Bragan

George Fox University

Management and the maturing self

Barlow, Daniel W.

Roberts Wesleyan Coll.

After the clash: A distinctly Christian framework for the globalization of business education

Bateman, Connie R.

University of North Dakota

Power and influence in the workplace: An exploratory investigation of witness 

Bezjian, Ilene
Walz, James
Lemaster, Gary

Azusa Pacific University

Publish or perish: What about transformational scholarship?

Bovee, Steven L.
O’Brien, Marcia

Roberts Wesleyan Coll.

Designing and inplementing an integrated experiential model for total student transformation

Bruce, Michael L.

Anderson University

Biblical best practices: The call for Christian excellence

Buckles, Tom A.
Redmer, Tim

Biola University
Regent University

Case writing and teaching workshop: Comments and thoughts on the art of case writing

Crabb, Peter R.
Keller, Timothy

Northwest Nazarene University

A test of portfolio risk in microfinance institutions

Dunn, Samuel L.

Northwest Nazarene University

Teaching with cases

Goldsmith, Geoffrey

Belhaven College

Teaching ethics in accounting in postmodern America

Haan, Perry
Bravinder, Jon

Tiffin University
Christ’s Church at Tiffin

What would Jesus say--about puffery?

Hagenbuch, David J.

Messiah College

Service learning outcomes in a personal selling course

Haskett, Rebecca

Anderson Univerisity

Emotional intelligence and executive coaching: Emerging topics in business education

Haskins, Daniel R.
Smith, Yvonne

Simpson University
Biola University

Christians in strategic leadership: Towards an integration of faith and the top management team

Havens, Rebecca

Point Loma Nazarene U.

Assessment: Cursed from below, blessed from above

Holder, Melvin
Rollins, Garry

Belhaven College

Helping students integrate faith practice with business practice: A case study in Nehemiah

Houghton, Jeffery D.
Jinkerson, Darryl L.

Abilene Christian U.

Christianity and job satisfaction: The moderating effects of a Christian belief system

Hughes, Kevin E.


Preparing international business students for success by improving cross cultural adaptability: An empirical study of the IBI program

Huntley, Julie

Oral Roberts University

Marketing and ethics: A critical approach to ethics in the classroom

Kimmel, Sara B.
McNeese, Mary Nell

Belhaven College
U. of S. Mississippi

A comparison of motivations and barriers of adult students in faith-based colleges

Lam, Maria L.

Malone College

Reflections on integrating faith and marketing education

LaShaw, Margie Ness
Sayler, Larry

Whitworth College
Greenville College

An analysis of three ethical issues: Different Christian traditions lead to different perspectives

Lemler, Brad

The Master’s College

CBFA: How are we and how should we be preparing students for careers in business...

Martinez, Rick
Wong, Kenman
Smith, Yvonne
Neubert, Mitchell

Baylor University
Seattle Pacific U.
Biola University
Baylor University

How a corporation can lose its soul: Corruption for all the right reasons

McCormick, Blaine

Baylor University

The leader as shepherd

Mpesha, Aba

Clavin College

The role of the church in microcredit financing for business development in Tanzania

Naughton, Michael

Univ. of St. Thomas

Distributors of justice: Wages and the power to build communities of work

Owor, Joseph J.

Uganda Christian U.

Faith and learning: The impact of Uganda Christian University programmes on the spiritual development of its students

Padelford, Walton

Union University

Developing business ethics cases through film

Penn, Jr., William M.

Belhaven College

The benefits of recession: What we should but often fail to learn

Pope, Don
Dalzell, Joyce

Abilene Christian U.
FaithWorks of Abilene

FaithWorks: A case study in nonprofit planning and implementation

Quatro, Scott
Proffitt, Dennis

Grand Canyon U.

Ethical mandates: A universally embraceable religion-based model for fostering just business

Reid, Brad

Abilene Christian U.

The tension between private property and public purpose

Roller, Robert H.
Bovee, Steven L.
Green, John L.

LeTourneau University
Roberts Wesleyan Coll.

Integrating strategic planning, budgeting, and outcomes assessment in Christian business education

Rooney, John
Gaylor, Diane
Scrivener, Jack

Concordia University (CA)
Concordia University (CA)
Clackamas Comm. College

Generation Y goes to college: How Christian colleges can meet the challenges of the new generation

Russell, James R.
Wright, Marshal H.

Oral Roberts University

An examination of the foundations of economic freedom: Cluster-segmentation analysis of the Judeo-Christian socio-economic model

Sayler, Larry
Bethards, Troy

Greenville College
Southwest Baptist Univ.

Insider trading in the stock market: A paradigm of utilizing competing ethical and Christian model to evaluate issues of justice

Schulze, Edee
Tomal, Annette

Wheaton College

Gender stereotyping among Christian students

Seibert, Kent W.
McFarlane, Scott

Wheaton College
EC Institute

For the love of business: Demonstrating the reality of God through the practice of business

Smith, Yvonne S.
Johnson, Sharon G.
Hiller, Erik M.

Biola University
Cedarville University
Biola University

God of the games: Towards a theology of competition

Steen, Todd
VanderVEen, Steve

Hope College

McGregor’s theory X and theory Y: Implications for Christian business education

Underwood, Julia
Griego, Orlando V.

Azusa Pacific U.

Could it be that your success is different than mine?

White, Lynn S.

Trinity Christian Coll.

The influence of religion on the globalization of accounting standards

Williams, J. McDonald


Corporate social responsibilities in the 21st century

Wood, Theodore N.

Gordon College

Investing with the heart: Doing good by doing well--a case study

© 2016 – Christian Business Faculty Association
All Rights Reserved

[Home] [Past Conferences]