A Conversation with Steve and Jackie Green

Join us for an exclusive conversation with Steve and Jackie Green, founders of Museum of the Bible and president of Hobby Lobby.

This is event is very limited in space – less than 20 people. It costs nothing but we ask you to please only register if you absolutely able to attend online. 

*This is a FREE event.



About Steve & Jackie Green:

Steve Green:

Steve Green serves as chairman of the board of Museum of the Bible. In his role as chairman, Steve has assembled a team of academics, designers, technology professionals, and other experts to create the 430,000-square-foot Museum of the Bible, dedicated to a scholarly and engaging presentation of the Bible’s impact, history, and narrative. Steve Green is also president of Hobby Lobby, the world’s largest privately- owned arts and crafts retailer. Founded in 1972 by his father, David, in 300 square feet of retail space, the chain has grown to more than 600 stores. Steve and Jackie have been married for more than 30 years and reside in Oklahoma City, where Hobby Lobby is headquartered.

Jackie Green:

Jackie Green wears many hats. As co-founder of Museum of the Bible, she has worked alongside her husband, Steve, and the development team in a variety of ways to see the launch of a world-renowned high-tech museum honoring the Bible with a high standard of excellence. Jackie co-authored This Dangerous Book with her husband, Steve, and Only One Life with her daughter, Lauren, launching June 2018. Her philanthropic endeavors include Bible distribution, helping children find their forever homes through adoption, and serving on advisory boards of a crisis pregnancy center, a private Christian school, and the Museum of the Bible women’s advisory board. A Homemaker of the Year Award recipient in 2013, her favorite role is mother to her six children, GiGi to her 4 grandchildren, and wife to her high school sweetheart of over 30 years. Because she has felt so blessed by Godly women in her life, she has been motivated to spur on other women to be intentional about making their legacy clear to those who come behind.