Lovework: The Workplace Matters
Lovework: The Workplace Matters a half day conference with key note speaker, Mark Greene from LICC
Most people spend at least 80,000 hours of their lives working but does our work matter to God?
Many Christians find it difficult to integrate their faith and work but the workplace matters! At this half day conference we'll explore what it means to be a fruitful follower of Jesus in the workplace. Consider the influence and opportunities you have as well as gaining practical wisdom on workplace challenges. The keynote speaker is Mark Greene, the Executive Director of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity. Mark is a champion for mission in everyday contexts and speaks widely. He has also written a number of books and resources including Thank God it’s Monday, Imagine – How we can reach the UK and Fruitfulness on the Frontline.
As well as input from Mark there will be resource stands and seminars on a range of topics including work-life balance, kingdom ethics and faith in the workplace.
Saturday 27th February 2015, 9:30am-1:00pm
Woodlands Church, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 2AA
£5 including lunch
Key note Speaker: Mark Greene from LICC
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This conference, for the morning of 27th Feb
, is looking to be excellent, and I do hope that you will prayerfully consider coming. How grand
it would be if hundreds of us, God’s market-place people, come together
– and we are hopeful of 250/350+ – to hear Mark Greene
, (who is, perhaps, one of the UK’s finest Christian communicators), to take part in the seminars on:-
Work-Life balance (Led by Paul Valler, author on the subject)
Christian Workplace Groups (Led by Ros Turner, a UK champion of CWG’s)
Kingdom Ethics (Panel)
Faith in the workplace (Panel)
And, in addition, talk with representatives with exhibition stands / materials from:-
All this for just £5, including a light lunch!
Book your place TODAY at www.woodlandschurch.net/lovework
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