Please join us at Antioch Baptist Church for lunch and fellowship as we hear from a panel of career government employees discussing faith at work. The favor of emailing your RSVP to City Director Samuel Feemster is greatly appreciated.
The Common Good conference was created as a way to engage in a conversation about the common good — a subject that is not often addressed directly, especially among Christians. What is the common good? Why is the common good so central to the mission of the church? And what are some practical ways we can pursue the common good, both as individuals and churches? Washington, D.C. will join 19 other sites for this unique conference experience featuring a combination of simulcast…Find out more »
Join us for lunch and discussion at Brother's Brother Foundation. Brother’s Brother Foundation is a gift-in-kind charity that focuses on medical and educational needs around the world. BBF has served 149 countries worldwide with over 105,000 tons of medicines, medical equipment, textbooks, educational supplies and emergency disaster aid since its founding in 1958. RSVP to Dr. Jim Baucom, HERE.Find out more »
Join us for lunch and conversation with Doug Miller and his key executives at Core Nutritionals in Ashburn, VA. Doug is a world champion body builder who founded one of the fastest growing companies of its type in America. Doug is a committed Christian with a great testimony. He has invited his entire management team to gather with us at his headquarters for a conversation about faith, work, economics, and flourishing.Find out more »
We will hear from a panel of active and retired First Responders discussing God’s purpose for police and government agents as well as the mission of the church and academy pursuant to that purpose. Our panel guests will include: Bernard Thompson, FBI, Retired Unit Chief Office of Equal Employment Opportunity Affairs Gerald D. Chapman, DEA, Retired Associate Special Agent in Charge New York Field Division Donald Hayes Commander Alexander Police Department Special Operations Division Curtis Stevens Second Lieutenant Fairfax County…
Join us for an exclusive Made to Flourish lunch with the Director of the Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, Shannon Royce, and her staff, at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Headquarters. Following a provided catered lunch, MTF leaders will converse with Mrs. Royce and her staff about Faith, Work, and Economics (as well as services provided by her department). This event is free of charge, but you must be cleared prior to arrival, so we need your…
Join the Made To Flourish City Network Leaders and Pastors from Washington, DC, Richmond and Hampton Roads, Virginia. They will have a panel discussion on Waiting For Pentecost... A Cumulative Risk Assessment.
We will discuss an assessment of where we were, where we are, and where we go from here as we enter the next phase of the pandemic and beyond in our churches. As the apostles gathered waiting for what was next, how did they break it down?
The Metro D.C. Labor Day Initiative is an opportunity for churches to work individually and in partnership to promote biblical economic wisdom, advance the Common Good in our region, and encourage local business, government, and non-profit partners.