A free webinar designed specifically for middle school students. Through real-world scenarios, fun digital games and face-to-face activities, this webinar can help you:
• Make intentional choices about sharing, saving and spending money
• Increase your understanding of stewardship.
• Talk about money and values in your family.
Join us, THRIVENT and Made To Flourish Hampton Roads, for a webinar that is designed for parents and their middle school children.
COVID-19 has turned all of us into entrepreneurs, whether we like it or not, causing us to rethink everything about the way we do church. The pandemic has not only brought challenges, but new possibilities to serve God’s people and our communities. To fully realize these possibilities and join God in his work at this time, we must cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset.
Join us as we have a discussion about Mental Health and Wellness. Stress, fear and domestic violence has increased in our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stay-at-home orders have also heightened the intensity of mental health issues. All are areas where parents, families, pastors, congregations and communities are being affected in ways unknown to our present generations.
Join us as we introduce some employers who are hiring and others who can direct you to employers in their industry. Join THRIVENT (a Fortune 500 non profit), Virginia Ship Repair Association (representing over 250 member companies related to the shipbuilding industry, including shipyards and contractors), and the Hampton Police Department (law enforcement).
How can the church make a difference in the city? How can the church help create flourishing society and revolutionize the way people view their faith and work? In this Made to Flourish Seminar we will discuss effective ways to reach our communities, our cities, and our nation for Christ.
The church has sought to fulfill the Great Commission through the Evangelistic Approach, but this alone cannot accomplish it. The apostolic approach enlists every believer, sanctifies every occupation, and touches every sphere of culture, empowering the church to not just go “to” all the world, but “into” all the world.
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?
This unique season of disruption has given us lots of opportunity to learn - about the vocations of our congregants, about technology that enables worship in a digital format, about the needs of our communities, about our own practices of pastoral care. Join us to hear from Matt Rusten, Executive Director of Made to Flourish, and from a panel of local pastors about the lessons we as pastors are collectively learning right now.
Transforming the human experience of work is sometimes complicated, involving theological insight, cultural complexity, and contextual attention. Yet, there are simple things we can do to enhance both our own experience of work and also that of the people entrusted to our care.
Dr. Mark Roberts, a seasoned pastor and currently the Executive Director of the Max De Pree Center for Leadership, will explore one of these simple things, offering reflection from Scripture and his own experience of work.
“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.