This event is presented by Made to Flourish and City to City Miami.
"Leaders are learners"...we all know this.
But, taking the time to learn as a leader is often difficult because of our busy schedules.
Join us for this unique training event and invest in your leadership.
Those you lead will benefit the most.
Better yet, bring your staff, team, or friend.
Dinner will be provided!
We will be facilitating a discussion on Steven Garber's important book Visions of Vocation. This discussion in open to pastors, lay leaders, and anyone who is willing to read Visions of Vocation by June 2019.Description of the book:"Is it possible to know the world and still love the world? Of all the questions we ask about our calling, this is the most difficult. From marriages to international relations, the more we know, the harder it is to love. We become cynics or stoics, protecting our hearts from the implications of what we know. But what if the vision of vocation can be recovered―allowing us to step into the wounds of the world and for love’s sake take up our responsibility for the way the world turns out? For decades Steve Garber has come alongside a wide range of people as they seek to make sense of the world and their lives. With him we meet leaders from the Tiananmen Square protest who want a good reason to still care about China. We also meet with many ordinary people in ordinary places who long for their lives to matter: Jonathan who learned he would rather build houses than study history; Todd and Maria who adopted creative schedules so they could parent better and practice medicine; D.J. who helped Congress move into the Internet Age; Robin who spends her life on behalf of urban justice; Hans who makes hamburgers the way they are meant to be made; Susan who built a home business of hand-printing stationary using a letterpress; Santiago who works with majority-world nations in need of capital; George who has given years to teaching students to learn things that matter most; Claudius and Deirdre whose openhearted home has always been a place for people; Dan who loves Wyoming, the place, its people and its cows. Vocation is when we come to know the world in all its joy and pain and still love it. Vocation is following our calling to seek the welfare of the world we live in. And in helping the world to flourish, strangely, mysteriously, we find that we flourish too. Garber offers a book for everyone everywhere―for students, for parents, for those in the arts, in the academy, in public service, in the trades and in commerce―for all who want to discover the virtue of vocation."
Impediments to a Flourishing Church and Community Part 4: Faith Community and Law Enforcement (Hampton Roads)
Join us for a complimentary lunch as we have a dialogue about impediments to a flourishing church and community.
"Pope Francis expounds on the cost of excluding African Americans and others from the economy, writing, "Until exclusion and inequality in society (and in the economy) and between peoples is reversed, it will be impossible to eliminate violence...When a society - Whether local, national or global - is willing to leave a part of itself on the fringes, no political programs or resources spent on law enforcement or surveillance systems can indefinitely guarantee tranquility." (Luke Bobo, Race, Economics and Apologetics: Is there A Connection?)
We are partnering with the monthly Pastors Dialogue on Racism, Poverty and Violence for this event. Also, as part of their Community Week, the Newport News Police Department Academy Recruits and the Academy Training Staff will be joining us.
Join us for an online church summit designed to help you integrate faith, work, and economic wisdom for the flourishing of your church and community. Some of the best thought-leaders and practitioners will be presenting on this vital topic.
Why Does it Matter? One area where many pastors, church, ministry and business leaders struggle is in helping those we serve to effectively connect the Christian faith with work and economic wisdom.
We will address how your church, ministry or workplace can make a difference, not just on Sunday, but on Monday as well.
This is a free event with lunch provided, along with resources and networking opportunities. Don't miss it!
At this event we will explore how people experience a sense of purpose through their professional lives, with a close look at Christians who appear to successfully integrate their faith and their work. All ages welcome! Breakfast and lunch provided.
What is the true purpose of economic profit? Mark your calendars for Wednesday, August 7th as we enjoy reconnecting with other church leaders around Greater Boston over lunch (Halal Guys!). We'll have the privilege of learning about what buying, selling, investing, and saving might look like with 'God's economy' as a bottom line.
Join us for a conversation on Faith and Finance with Eventide CEO, Robin John.
Robin John is co-founder and CEO of Eventide Asset Management. He is responsible for the overall leadership of the organization, and under his leadership, the firm has grown to become a leader in values-based investing.
Eventide Asset Management is a Boston-based investment adviser practicing “investing that makes the world rejoice.®” Founded in 2008, Eventide’s vision is to serve individuals, financial advisors, and institutions by providing high-performance investments that create compelling value for the global common good. Eventide manages more than $3.5 billion in net assets.1 International Place,
Usted esta invitado a una cena con la visita del Pastor Fernando Tamara, Pastor de "Hispanic Ministries at Orange County First Assembly". Tamara tambien esta sirviendo como director de la programa en la Universidad Vanguard en el Centro de Jesse Miranda para Lideres Hispanos y tambien como profesor en el Seminario Teologico e Instituto Biblico Latino Americano. A tenido la oportunidad de organizar talleres para "Bread of Life", reclutar pastores para la lucha contra el hambre, organizado juntas para candidatos con "Vote to End Hunger", y tomar accion en soporte para la organización "Global Food Security Act". Pastor Tamara es un pastor ordenado. Tiene una Maestría en Las Artes de la Universidad Vanguard de Southern California y una licenciatura de certificado graduado en Participación de la Comunidad de la Universidad de Southern California. El Pastor es parte de Asambleas de Dios.
Nos reuniremos para una cena y escucharemos acerca de la organization madetoflourish.org y como han participado en el liderazgo de Pastor Tamara en servir como modelo y entrenamiento en como es integrar la fe con el trabajo y como esto ayuda en el florecimiento de nuestras iglesias y comunidades.
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Your physical place in your neighborhood matters and your property has the power to be a life-giving presence to all who encounter it, even those simply walking by on a weekday afternoon.
This session with Sara Joy Proppe will consider how our engagement with the built environment is a fundamental component of our calling to seek the welfare of the city.
This conversation is for anyone who is a steward of a place, including church properties, office buildings, or homes. This online workshop will include a short talk by Sara Joy Proppe and a brainstorming session about ways we can be creative placemakers in Phoenix.
Sara Joy has a passion for cities, stories, and the Church. She loves to imagine how churches can be active and faithful participants in city planning and development in order to bring hope and redemption to the setting of our stories. She speaks and writes for a variety of audiences on this topic. She currently works full time as a Project Manager in commercial real estate development in Minneapolis, where she oversees mixed-use and historic rehab developments. She serves on the Executive Board for the Congress for New Urbanism - Members Christian Caucus. She is also the co-chair for the Urban Land Institute Minnesota's Young Leaders Executive Committee.
Sara Joy holds a B.A. in English Literature and a Masters in Community & Regional Planning. She loves to cook, garden, and bike around town. She shows her Texas roots with many aptly-placed y'alls in her conversations.
Based in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, there is a team of local organizers and supporters for Proximity Project. They work in industries such as affordable housing development, economic development, real estate brokerage, urban planning and academic research. Together they dream about how to change the Twin Cities through encouraging faithful presence and good design in their churches and neighborhoods.Sarah
This workshop will be a virtual workshop through Zoom. The link and login instructions will be sent to anyone who registers.
Beyond Rebuilding: How Churches, Agencies, and Organizations are Reshaping and Restoring Tornado-affected Communities in Dayton.
Join us for a panel discussion with area churches who partnered with national, state, and local organizations along with non-profits, Red Cross and Samaritan’s Purse, to assist in the Dayton Tornado Disasters Response.