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Please log in or subscribe now. Subscribers receive full access to the archives. My Larry Nassar Testimony Went Viral. But There’s More to the Gospel Than Forgiveness. Ken Crowell strolls along his massive, machinery-strewn assembly lines, chatting with blue-smocked, smiling workers who hail from Israel’s Tiberias region. More than 300 Arabs, Jews, and Christians work tidily together to produce antennas for wireless technology used by Motorola and Samsung.
Some employees have been with Crowell’s company, Galtronics Inc. They find substantial incomes and benefits, subsidized all-you-can-eat buffet lunches, and often, salvation through Christ. They are managed by believers who know the vision of the company,” says Crowell. The future is very good because everything is headed toward wireless. By the 1990s, Galtronics had become the largest employer in northern Israel. Crowell describes his vision when he started the company in 1978: “The calling was first to go to an area where there was little or no Christian witness, to give employment to believers and nonbelievers in a safe working environment, and to support the building of a local church.