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Over the past 2 years, God has shaken the world up as if it were a snow globe with the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, Scott Klososky, Founding Partner at Future Point of View discusses the role of the Church as the snowflakes begin to settle and how we can look to the past to predict what might happen in the future in business and in the Church.

Scott Klososky has lived on the leading edge of technology innovation and its impact on the business world and society in general. He is recognized globally for his unique ability to accurately predict future digital trends and provide the logic behind why they will alter the current status quo. In addition to fifteen years of consulting work through Future Point of View, Scott is the founder of numerous successful technology startup companies. This helps him understand clearly the business dynamics needed to survive and prosper today.

Scott has been a member of the CBMC Oklahoma City Area Leadership Team since 2016. He produces a podcast titled “The Digital Optimist” in which he delivers ideas about the transformation of humanity through the impact of technology with a positive and hopeful lens. He also writes a blog titled Digital Awakening – both can be found at his website at He is the author of four books including his most recent title, Did God Create the Internet? The Impact of Technology on Humanity.


Red Letter Business brings real, inspirational stories of men who are making an eternal impact on the lives of the people they work with, their neighbors, and families. Each episode will challenge you to think and act in a more intentional way, and experience first-hand how doing business in a Biblical way is just better business in the long run.

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