From Christianity Today:
In his attention to sustainability, community, and integrity, Chicago-based Perry Bigelow builds houses that foster their inhabitants’ flourishing.
Perry Bigelow, a Chicago homebuilder, is not perfect. He’s humble and knows he needs to rely daily on the mercies of Christ …. He was the kingdom-oriented businessman I was hoping to find in Michael Lindsay’s Faith in the Halls of Power, but didn’t. Perry’s pursuit of righteousness … shapes his vocational stewardship.
Perry is the founder of Bigelow Homes, a suburban homebuilding company just outside Chicago. (His son, Jamie, now heads the firm.) Perry’s integration of faith and work began from the deep-set conviction that he is the steward, not owner, of his business. The orientation of his whole life, including his professional life, is Godward. Over many years, Perry has prayed, studied Scripture, and read thoughtful Christian scholars in order to develop a God-honoring approach to his stewardship of all the gifts and assets he has received.