Friday, May 5 | Noon-2 p.m. | Park Church
As pastors, many of us feel the tensions of our cultural moment:
- evangelical Christianity is facing a significant public reputation challenge
- broader secular culture is deeply divided politically, racially, socioeconomically, and ideologically
Christians need a renewed theological vision for our public presence in this current cultural tension. And their church leaders need to better equip them to that end.
Join us Friday, May 5th at Noon for a church staff professional development luncheon to support that vision. This two-hour learning event will include lunch, a keynote presentation from Steven Garber (see bio below, 5-min video HERE), and open discussion on practical implications. Topics will include:
- Connecting our peoples’ vocation/calling to God’s mission in the world
- Helping our people see the broken world honestly, but still love the world tangibly
- Equipping our church staffs to pastorally engage their people in these critical matters
To RSVP for tickets, click HERE. DIFW partner churches and their entire staff can utilize the Church Partner comp code DIFW to attend compliments of Denver Institute. Please do not share this comp code with anyone who is not on your church staff.
Steven Garber is the principal of The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation & Culture, which is focused on reframing the way people understand life, especially the meaning of vocation and the common good. He is one of the most winsome and inspiring theological storytellers you will hear.
A consultant to foundations, corporations and educational institutions, he is a teacher of many people in many places. The author of The Fabric of Faithfulness: Weaving Together Belief and Behavior, and Visions of Vocation: Common Grace for the Common Good, he is also a contributor to the books, Faith Goes to Work: Reflections from the Marketplace, and Get Up Off Your Knees: Preaching the U2 Catalogue. He lives with his wife Meg in Virginia.