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Igniting a Movement in the Marketplace: Seattle
Sat, April 29, 2017, 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM PDT
If you are already a member of the Church & Marketplace network, please choose the "Church & Marketplace member" ticket option.
If you are not yet a member and you'd like to join and receive the discounted price, go ahead and choose the "Church & Marketplace" ticket option and we'll sign you up for the network with no hassle or extra steps for you!
Churches have an extraordinary opportunity to ignite a movement for Christ in the marketplace. Join us for this one-day gathering as together we tackle the adaptive challenges that churches face as we discern God's mission in the marketplace. We'll ask questions such as:
What needs to change in our churches if they are going to ignite a movement for Christ in the marketplace?
How can church leaders, including both pastors and church members from the marketplace, do the adaptive work of culture change to help their churches become vital centers of faith & work integration
This event is open to all who want to further God's missional movement to the marketplace, whether you work primarily in church, business, finance, education, media, government, arts, volunteering, or family.
We encourage you to attend with members of your Christian community, if possible, though this is not required. There will be breakout sessions where you will be able to apply the concepts from this gathering directly to your own context.
Rev. David H. Kim, Executive Director and Pastor at the Center for Faith & Work at Redeemer Presbyterian Church
Dr. Tod Bolsinger, VP of Vocation and Formation at Fuller Seminary, and author of the outstanding book on leaders, Canoeing the Mountains.
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*coffee and breakfast pastries will be available upon arrival; lunch included in ticket price.
Igniting a movement in the marketplace is hosted by the Church & Marketplace network, a work of the Max De Pree Center for Leadership at Fuller Theological Seminary, in partnership with Cascade Fellows, Fuller Institute for Theology and Northwest Culture.