Doing Kingdom Work in the Secular Workplace

Speaker(s): Paul Stevens
Date: Winter 2017
Length: 7h 2m
Product ID: RGDL4704S

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 What does faith have to do with my 9 to 5 job? How does what happens on Sunday impact the other six days of the week? And how can pastors and church leaders equip their people to respond faithfully and thoughtfully to the complexities of today's workplace?

If these questions matter to you,  "Doing Kingdom Work in the Secular Workplace" is a must-listen. This conference, co-sponsored by Regent College and the Institute for Marketplace Transformation, brought together practitioners, pastors, and leaders to explore:

  • Does my work matter to God?
  • What does it mean to be a Christian in the secular workplace?
  • How can the church support me in my daily work?
  • What does the Bible say about how I do business?
  • How does my daily work help build the kingdom of God?

A1 Introduction / Work Today (Dr. Clive Lim)

A2 Why Work Matters to God (Jeff Van Duzer) / Panel Discussion (Jeff Greenman, Clive Lim, Matthias Hoehne, Marilea Pattison-Perry, Millie Chan, David Hataj, Paul Stevens)

B1 Doing Kingdom Work (Paul Stevens)

B2 What if I Can't Fix What Is Wrong (Jeff Van Duzer)

B3 Interview (Marilea Pattison-Perry)

C1 Case Study Discussion

C2 Re-imagining the Kingdom of God (David Hataj)

C3 Temptation and Testing in the Workplace (Matthias Hoehne)

D1 The Challenges and Opportunities of Work in the Asian Context (Millie Chan)

D2 Panel Discussion

D3 Working with Integrity in an Unsupportive Culture (Paul Stevens)

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R. Paul Stevens is Professor Emeritus of Marketplace Theology at Regent College. He is the author of Liberating the Laity, Disciplines of the Hungry Heart, The Other Six Days, Marriage Spirituality, Doing God's Business and co-editor (with Robert J. Banks) of The Complete Book of Everyday Christianity.

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