Faith & Work 3.0 - A Continuing Conversation
Think of your average church attender. If you had to guess how many hours of that person's life would be spent "in church" between the age of 25 until 65, what would you say? Now guess how many hours during that time that person will spend at work.
Want to know the numbers? 2,266 hours in church. 96,000 hours at work.
Are the followers of Jesus being equipped for those 96,000 hours?
Over the past several years, NEDA has been on the front edge of equipping women and men to integrate Faith & Work and we want to continue this vital conversation.
Whether you've been a part of the ongoing NEDA conversation or are just beginning to explore the connection, join us on Saturday, May 19 from 9:00-11:00 am for a webinar discussion on this vital topic. District Superintendent Sam Huggard and Paul Voltmer, pastor of Trinity EFC in Windsor, VT, will host this two-hour session interacting around a biblical understanding and application of our faith in the places where we spend most of our lives.
This webinar is designed for marketplace women and men as well as pastors, as we look together at integrating Faith and Work in God's economy and ways to equip the Body for effective integration. You can join in from the comfort of your own home or come together with others from your local context in order to benefit from both a local and virtual conversation.
The objectives for this webinar are:
1. Deepen our biblical understanding of the integration of faith and work in God’s economy.
2. Embrace the transforming impact this integration can have on pastoral practice, corporate worship, discipleship, and outreach in churches.
3. Work collaboratively to build plans for implementation and get free resources for the transformation of their church and community for Christ.
Saturday, May 19th, 2018. 9AM-11AM (EST)
This is a FREE live Webinar!
There's no cost for this event but for our planning purposes, registration is required. Once you register, you will receive an email from us giving you a link and directions for accessing the webinar. You can join in from the comfort of your own home or gather together with others from your local context in order to benefit from both a local and virtual conversation. All you will need is a computer or smartphone with a web cam, microphone and a high speed internet connection. We will be hosting this webinar using the Zoom platform, an app that you can download for free prior to the event.