In Part 1 and Part 2 of this three-episode discussion from my larger Believers In Business series, I talked with founder and CEO Scott Sidler of Austin Historical, Inc. about diligence, integrity, respect, and trust. We discussed how the pandemic has affected his business, the importance of resisting temptation, and the blessings of doing everything as unto the Lord.

As we wrap up our time together, Scott and I dive into how integrity requires faith. In particular, trust in the faithfulness of God that He will provide financially through our businesses. To go deeper, we talk about tithing and trusting that God will multiply our 90%. Having experienced this firsthand, Scott shares how his business has been blessed to be a blessing both to charitable organizations and his employees. He also relates how he has experienced peace, despite the turmoil around him, because he knows the One who knows all. 

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“There’s growth, and improvement, and profitability that I can’t explain other than to say that God was like… I want this to be a harvest of righteousness for you. And the more you plant by giving it back to Me, the more you’re going to harvest.”

Scott Sidler

What You’ll Learn

  • How trust in God impacts and forms business
    • In business finance and cash flow
    • The promise and blessing of tithing
    • A harvest of righteousness
    • When God says to test Him
  • Peace in business  
    • Knowing the One who knows all
    • Caring for employees as Scripture teaches

About Scott Sidler

Scott Sidler is the founder and CEO of Austin Historical, Inc., a restoration and preservation company based in Orlando, Florida. Scott founded Austin Historical in 2010 when he saw the need for a company dedicated to serve the specific needs of historic building owners across the southeastern US. He is a graduate of Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Vermont where he studied historic preservation and has been restoring historic buildings since the late 1990s. He currently serves on the national board of the Window Preservation Alliance and is Chairman of the Orlando Historic Preservation Board. He is a third generation painter, plasterer, carpenter, master glazier and has a wide breadth of knowledge about historic design and construction techniques.

Austin Historical, Inc.

2113 S Division Ave., Orlando, FL 32805

(800) 611-2601


About The Leadership Moment

Scott McClelland of Foundational Missions shares bite-sized insights into leadership, with a focus on the Bible, missions, and ministry. He pulls from a wide variety of sources and always has something to inspire and challenge us to greatness.