Friday, May 5th | 6:30-9 p.m. | Denver Seminary Chapel
As we interact with congregations throughout the Church Partnership Network, questions of calling surface more than any others. People want to know: What does it mean to be called? How do I discern God’s will for my life? What if my work doesn’t feel like a calling?
Few people are as qualified to answer these questions as Steven Garber, author of Visions of Vocation: Common Grace for the Common Good and founder of the Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation & Culture. In his decades as an educator, Garber has helped thousands of Christians in local congregations, college campuses, or elected office understand God’s purpose for their lives. He is one of the most winsome, inspiring theological storytellers you will hear.
We invite you and your congregation to join us Friday evening, May 5th for “A Vision for Vocation: An Evening with Steven Garber.” Together we’ll discover how our daily work connects to God’s mission in the world and explore ways to see and serve the needs of our broken and beautiful world.
This is an opportunity you don’t want to miss! Tickets are $12 and can be purchased HERE.
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.
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.