Jan
28
2012

Working for Ken Davis Productions

Business is about forming relationships. I don’t know of many businesses that survive while walking on the backs of others. That may be Hollywood’s stereotype, but it isn’t the reality in the business world. Successful people help people succeed.

That’s why Ken Davis Productions and Training Minds Ministry hit it off last year. I attended his Professional Speakers Summit, a marketing conference for public speakers, and thoroughly enjoyed it. My ambition to “train minds for action” walked hand-in-hand with Ken’s ambition to train professional speakers. In fact, Ken believed so much in our program that he agreed to speak in Estes Park for our Training Minds Camp.

If you’ve kept up with my family and its ministry, you know that I’ve shared pretty openly that financial struggles have encouraged us to reassess the work we do. (See Reorg post.) Adaptability is a principle for every business, and it is a principle everyone should live by to some extent. Ken and his team knew of my struggles, so they called me up and offered me some work.

I have been thoroughly enjoying it for about two months now. I’m learning the business of entertainment through The Ken Davis Fully Alive Comedy Concert for the Family. I set up a tour in the upper Northwest for next month, and am now in Minnesota to help manage a show in St. Cloud. No kidding, he’s performing today in the same church Wendy and I got married in 21 years ago!

You know what is most fun about this? Meeting the good people via telephone and explaining to them how Ken’s Fully Alive performance will bless their community. I feel very good about this work.

And I’m learning a ton! You’ll see a lot of Ken Davis’ influence in the Jeub Family work in the future. We may not be as funny, but we have the same heart toward Jesus. This is a fun change in the Jeub home.

Now that you watched the video above, check out this one.

To view more videos of Ken, click here.

About Chris Jeub

Chris is the father of 16 children, busily running the family businesses and learning the depths of love along the way.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_BZXHT7XDXDDSOBCWGPTUGYGV5Q Elizabeth

    I heard an ad for Ken Davis the other day on KTIS radio. I didn’t know you were married here. Did you live in MN? I’m in St. Paul, the better half of the Twin Cities.

    • http://www.jeubfamily.com Chris Jeub

      Yes, we lived in St. Cloud for four years after we were married. We then moved to the Fargo area till 2000.

  • http://stephsoundoff.blogspot.com/ Steph T

    Aaaahhhhh I can’t believe you were at our church and I missed it!  My friend Kristin called me on the phone last night and said, “You’ll never guess who I met today.”  I said, “Nope, you’re probably right.  I can’t imagine.”  Kristin’s husband works for the church and someone told him, “Hey there’s this guy Chris here and he has 16 kids.”  Later Tim and Kristin, who are expecting their 8th baby, met Chris during an intercession.  She laughed and said it took her a while before she realized it was Chris JEUB.  I heard from several of my friends that I missed out on a great show, and while that would have been fun I sure would have loved to say “hi” to Chris in person too.  :)  Oh well…next time! 

    • http://www.jeubfamily.com Chris Jeub

      That was funny! It was great getting to know Kristin and her husband. I hear there are a lot of large families at that church. And it was the church Wendy and I were married in. Heh, must be something with that church. =)

      We may be back to St. Cloud this year still, so watch for the announcements.

  • http://www.kjllovemylife.blogspot.com ~kjl

    Chris, it was so great to meet you and chat for a bit at the concert.  Now I just need to meet your wife! :)

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