Our take: Pastor Nate Schroder spent three decades behind the pulpit but wanted to combine his life of faith with his love for the business world. Enter "corporate chaplain." The position of a corporate chaplain allows Schroder to not only flex his entrepreneurial muscle, but also allows him to actively reach out to colleagues at his place of business and residents in the community as a pastor, counselor and even life coach.

Nate Schroder has served as a pastor for most of the last 30 years, but he always considered himself an entrepreneur at heart.

Now, he's found a way to combine his spiritual calling with a chance to be in business for himself all rolled into the role of corporate chaplain.

Corporate chaplains have been around for more than 50 years, strengthened by a portion of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that prohibits religious discrimination in the workplace. Changes to labor laws in 1972 also included requirements that employers make religious accommodations for employees if they do not substantially interfere with business. By the late 1980s, several national organizations had sprung up to provide chaplains and their counseling services throughout the American business scene.

Read more about Nate Schroder at USA Today.