Please join us for a complimentary breakfast sponsored by Made to Flourish and learn more about the integration of faith, work, and economics from Tom Nelson. Tom serves as the president of Made to Flourish and is the author of Work Matters: Connecting Sunday Worship to Monday Work and The Economics of Neighborly Love: Investing in Your Community’s Compassion and Capacity. Tom serves as Lead Pastor of Christ Community Church in Leawood, KS. Be sure to invite a fellow pastor or church worker to join you.Find out more »
How do you bring people together not simply to talk about problems in a community, but to commit to work together for the greater good? Join us for a workshop facilitated by Duane Crabbs and Donovan Harris.
RSVP to Bryson Davis at email@example.com.
Hear from Matthew Kaemingk (Fuller Theological Seminary) regarding the connection between our gathered worship in the sanctuary and our scattered work throughout the city. We will dive into:
How can the church help its people bridge this divide between worship and work, liturgy and labor?
How can we practice the presence of God in the workplace?
How can we bring our work to God as a sacrifice of praise in the sanctuary?
Join us for this discussion and enjoy a hearty, warm breakfast together. The event is free and is insightful for worship leaders, pastors, and any lay ministers serving in the church.
Please join us for a complimentary lunch and official launch of the Hampton Roads Made To Flourish Network. Learn more about the integration of faith, work, and economics from Laura Shannon McDaniel, Network Catalyst, Spence Network and meet the Hampton Roads City Network Leaders and hear their vision.
The Thrivent Member Network - Rocky Mountain Region and Made to Flourish are hosting a Prepare/Enrich certification workshop for pastors or church leaders who reside within the Denver area and who have a desire to support couples and help them deepen their bond and make the relationship last a lifetime. Prepare-Enrich is considered the number 1 relationship assessment with over 30 years of experience.
Register today for this opportunity to receive complimentary certification (valued at $175.00). Capacity limited to 50 attendees.Find out more »
The Learning Community (LC) is a unique educational experience. Over the course of three sessions, participating pastors and congregational leaders will learn from recognized thought-leaders, visit with practitioners on the leading edge of this movement, and wrestle with their own practical plan for implementing these learnings in their own church community. And perhaps most significantly, they will do all of this while rubbing shoulders with others who are wrestling with the same issues in the same city/region. Please visit our…Find out more »
Andy Crouch believes that the Church is missing our cultural responsibility and opportunity; that being "culturally relevant" falls somewhat short of what we're called to do. He believes that we were meant to create and cultivate culture. The Church is not meant to simply analyze or keep up with culture, we're made to contribute and advance it.
Crouch argues that we need to look around us and see what we can create that brings peace and human flourishing to our neighborhoods.