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Our world is undergoing vast technological, institutional, and societal changes, which affects everything from our sense of identity, our understanding of God’s calling, and our vocations. Join us for this one-day gathering as we make sense of these changes and imagine how God might be calling us to respond. We’ll discover opportunities such as:
Frameworks for making sense of the changing landscape of work
Practical tools for envisioning God's call for your life and vocation in this season
Opportunities to meet others wrestling with similar questions
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This event is open to all who are seeking to envision their calls to God's mission in the world, whether you work primarily in church, business, finance, education, media, government, arts, volunteering, or family.
We encourage you to attend with members of your Christian community, if possible, though this is not required. There will be breakout sessions, where you will be able to apply the concepts from this gathering directly to your own context.
Dr. Denise Daniels, professor of management at Seattle Pacific University.
Dr. Steven Garber, professor of marketplace theology and leadership at Regent College and author of books such as Visions of Vocation: Common Grace for the Common Good.
BREAKOUT SESSIONS WILL INCLUDE
Faith, Tech, & Entrepreneurship | Chris Lim, Co-Founder & CEO of TheoTech
Women and Leadership | Dr. Denise Daniels, professor at Seattle Pacific University and Michaela O'Donnell-Long, lead strategist at the De Pree Center and owner of Long Winter Media
Models of Churches Empowering Congregants in their Vocation | Mark Roberts, executive director of the De Pree Center
Coffee and breakfast pastries will be available upon arrival; lunch included in ticket price.
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