Work occupies a big chunk of life. Amid complex responsibilities and relationships, with meetings and more meetings, not to mention house chores and traffic jams, it's easy to become disconnected from God and the true work of God in the world. This symposium is designed for professionals and trades people, pastoral staff and non-profit employees, managers and home-makers, everyone who longs for a more honest and coherent life, bringing the practices of faith into the world of work.
And so we invite you to join us on June 14–15, to learn alongside people who seek the same seamlessness you do and to learn from wise practitioners who in their different ways invite you to see over their shoulders and through their hearts as they reflect on why and how work matters to God and the world.
50 years ago Regent College began with the hope that people could come and learn to be as theologically mature as they were professionally competent. These two days are born of that desire, offering biblically and theologically rich teaching, artful music about work and the work of God, and good conversation with others who are asking the same questions you are, wanting the same life you do.