Made to Flourish invites you to join Justin Giboney - AND Campaign president, Scott Sauls - pastor of Christ Presbyterian (Nashville), and ministry leaders from around the country for a hopeful conversation about Christian political engagement.
Come together as the greater FWE community in the Central Florida area gathers to pray for both the brokenness and redemptive possibilities of work, hear a message from Scripture on vocational call, and enjoy testimonies of God at work through cultural renewal.
NYC is the home of Broadway, fashion and the arts. The pandemic has completely changed the layout for those in this line of work. In this event, we will discuss how pastors & leaders can help those who are creative make the faith connection with their work, along with some tools on how to minister to artists during this pandemic.
How can we go about these divisive political times without taking on the culture’s talking points? How should a Christian navigate these complex waters? How do pastors lead by example in these avenues and cultivate a culture in their church that allows them to weather the storm? What questions should Christians be asking in politics that doesn’t necessarily lead to a particular party, but provides a framework for civility, disagreement and even love? Join us as Dr. Vincent Bacote, author of The Political Disciple: A Theology of Public Life, guides in godly wisdom.
Dr. Jim Wilder is a Clinical Psychologist, Neurotheologian, author, and international speaker who develops ways to apply brain science and Christian practices that help all those who encounter the church to be drawn to and transformed into the character of Christ. His book, Rare Leadership, is a new paradigm focused on growing emotionally mature leaders who increase trust and the bottom line while keeping relationships bigger than problems.
We invite you to join us on Thursday, September 17th for food and drink at Asterisk Denver as we interact and watch the livestream event, The Politics of Neighborly Love: Christian Citizenship in a Divided Age, put on by the Denver Institute for Faith & Work.
Join pastors and marketplace leaders for a time of rest and leisure on the golf course, sponsored by THRIVENT and Made to Flourish. This will be an opportunity to connect with other pastors and marketplace leaders in the Hampton Roads area and to learn more about the work of Made to Flourish and THRIVENT. Practice balls, one round of golf (18 holes), golf cart, refreshments and gifts, are all being supplied free of charge.
Join us for an interview with Janie Mehaffey, Vice President of Culture and Team Development at Stadia. Stadia has always operated virtually, even before COVID began. The goal of this Q&A is to provide listeners with practical tips on adjusting to working virtually, as well as offering wisdom in the area of staying connected with your teams and leading well during this time.
Today’s “new normal” demands authentic leaders who are brave enough to look inward before they look outward. Let's learn together how we as leaders can grow and contribute to the flourishing of our communities, organizations, and culture.