Pastors & Leaders Conference 2016 Beyond the Monday Blues: Equipping People for Vocations in the Workplace
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For many Christians, “Monday Blues” is more than an unpleasant feeling. It’s a deep disconnect between their Sunday church life, and Monday-Friday work life. So what’s a pastor to do? How can pastors and leaders equip people in their congregations for their God-given vocation, ministry, and work in the world?
Join Kathryn Leary Alsdorf (Founder, Centre for Faith & Work, Redeemer Presbyterian Church), Paul Williams (Research Professor of Marketplace Theology, Regent College), Paul Stevens (Professor Emeritus of Marketplace Theology, Regent College), and other leaders in the work and faith movement as they explore these timely questions.
Gain the skills and confidence to help members of your congregation put the week—and their souls—back together again. Develop an integrative way of thinking about faith and work rooted in the biblical narrative. Learn from practitioners, pastors, and theologians how to help Christians live thoroughly integrated lives in the workplace, in the home, and in the church.
"Just as God equips the Body of Christ, so he also equips all people with talents and gifts for various kinds of work, for the purpose of building up the human community."
Tim Keller, Every Good Endeavour