Work. Fruitful or futile? Exhausting or exhilarating? Liberating or enslaving? Mission field or wasteland? Necessary evil or vital good? On Saturday 24th November 2012 at St Paul’s Hammersmith are going to be spending a day finding out how we can make a difference where we work.
They will be joined by Mark Greene from the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity who will be exploring a rich biblical framework for fruitfulness on the frontline of work: why your particular work matters to God, how you can have a kingdom impact on the work itself, bless, serve and share with colleagues, and make a difference to your workplace – whether you are stacking shelves or making cars, just starting out or running Goldman Sachs. There will also be time to pray and identify ways to support and empower one another Monday to Friday. It will be a great day of equipping, with room for networking, as they pay attention to our calling in the workplace.
They want this day to be available to as many people as possible – so if you’re in work outside the home or want to support those who are, then join them for this practical, interactive workshop. If you know anyone who might be interested, feel free to forward this email to them so they can book.
The details: Saturday 24th November 2012, 10am-4pm at St Paul’s Church, Hammersmith.
The cost for the day will be £10 (including lunch) – click here to book or to find out more.
Mark Greene spent ten years working in advertising in London and New York and is prepared to admit it. He is now the Director of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity and the author of several books and resources on work including Thank God it’s Monday and continues to engage directly with Christians in a wide variety of jobs.