Are women’s financial issues unique? Times have changed—which is all the more reason to understand how to better manage your money. We’ll help you figure out if your spending aligns with your values and how to track your saving goals. We'll also discuss your employer-sponsored financial benefits and your support network. Please join Christin Thorpe of THRIVENT in this discussion-based workshop to learn about your options when it comes to protecting your fiscal future.
Join us, Hampton Roads and Richmond Made To Flourish City Networks, as we have a discussion with Pastor Justin House (Richmond,Va.), Bishop Designate Gail Roberts-House (Hampton, Va) and Pastor Natalie Chamberlain (Newport News, Va) as we talk about "Relationship Building During Times of Crisis". How do we "manage" the Scattered Church. What does community look like when we have turned the lights off, locked the doors and their is no more socialization within the context of the institutional Church.
Will "social distancing" erode the institutional gathered church and perpetuate a smaller relational scattered church since people are now communicating and caring for one another without direct pastoral oversight. Will these informal networks and groups become formalized based on needs and desires that were previously unknown?
Register for our regular MTF Pastors and Leaders Collaborative on Thursday, April 16th from 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM at Central Baptist Church.
20 N Roy St, St Paul, MN 55104
The topic for discussion will be on “Churches starting businesses” as part of serving their local community. We will have Chuck Proudfit leading this time as he shares on this and then facilitates a collaborative conversation.
Chuck Proudfit is a City Network leader with Made to Flourish in Cincinnati and a marketplace minister with Grace Chapel in Mason, Ohio. He holds a degree in Organizational Development from Harvard University, and he leads a work life ministry called At Work on Purpose, which is a network of 8,000 Christian business professionals in Cincinnati that launched in 2003 and has grown into the largest city-wide marketplace ministry in the nation. Mr. Proudfit is the co-author of BIZNISTRY: Transforming Lives through Enterprise, and the author of Citywide Marketplace Ministry in a Box. As the co-founder of Self-Sustaining Enterprises Chuck blends the best of business and ministry in faith-based entrepreneurial ventures called BIZNISTRIES.
OPEN, Made to Flourish, and Ambassadors for Business are pleased to present our next UNLEASHED quarterly event as we welcome Chuck Proudfit from Cincinnati and Scott, a B4T worker who is currently back in the U.S. after serving in China for the past 11 years in a manufacturing business, (more details will follow soon).
Made to Flourish Cleveland is honored to host Dr. Justin Holcomb, Episcopal priest in the Diocese of Central Florida and Professor at Reformed Theological Seminary (Orlando), for a workshop on caring for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Shame has had a lot of play in our cultural setting lately, and while there’s good reason to why that is, we still have so much to learn as to just how deep this thread goes in our everyday lives. Join us as acclaimed author and psychiatrist Curt Thompson gives not only a biblical foundation for how shame robustly impacts all of life but then also will explore ways shame has been ignored or even furthered in the church.
“This Time Tomorrow” celebration is a time for all Pastors and Churches to come together to honor and recognize the work of their congregation members on unified days of worship. This is also a time for corporations and businesses to celebrate their workers in the workplace.