Bryan Stevenson -- lawyer, social justice activist, Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative, which represents the incarcerated who may have had poor or no representation.
Gary Haugen -- lawyer and founder/CEO of International Justice Mission protecting the poor throughout the world from violence.
I put these two together because of the similarities of their profiles. It seems they do admirable work in the world. Beloved this is not an exercise in tearing down these individuals. They ought to be applauded worldwide for trying to protect the innocent and poor and make sure that injustices are corrected. Not enough people are prepared to speak truth to power so I commend them for such but they know nothing about the God we serve and the church's role in these end times. Some might say that we ought to be able to glean life lessons and to that I say no as well. This is about how to lead the church as we head towards the second coming of Jesus Christ. No offense to Mr. Stevenson and Mr. Haugen but I will follow Paul as he follows Christ.
Juliet Funt -- Founder and owner of WhiteSpace at Work, a performance improvement and productivity firm.
Marcus Lemonis -- CEO of Camping World, which sells recreational vehicles. CEO of Good Sam Enterprises, which provides products aimed towards people who own recreational vehicles. Reality TV star
Laszlo Bock -- former Senior Vice President at Google
I put these three together because of the complete detachment from what they do to the Great Commission and the Bible. You can make an argument that the two previous gentlemen are least waging war in a biblical arena when it comes to taking care of the poor and marginalized in this world. But what exactly do these three have to do with the church or the Bible at all? One runs a productivity and performance improvement firm. One sells recreational vehicles. The last one is a former Vice President at Google. All outstanding I am sure from a worldly point of view but completely irrelevant to the church and its mission.