6 Ways to Live More Soulfully at Work

Join Us Online Sept. 23rd
byJoanna Meyer

Our faith is one of the central organizing points of who we are, yet when it comes to our work, it’s easy for our roles and responsibilities to define our days.

But what if you could live more soulfully at work?

What if your faith, your connection to the sovereign God of the universe and the empowering of his Spirit, could bring the strength and peace you need to thrive in your callings?

Join Denver Institute for Faith & Work for an interactive, 60-minute webinar with Kara Martin, author of Workship: How to Use Your Work to Worship God. As an author, lecturer, and journalist Kara learned how to experience God amidst the pressures of the newsroom and the politics of academia as she grew to become a leader in Australia’s faith and work movement.

Date/Time: Thursday, Sept. 23rd; 3:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m. (MT)
Location: Online! Register now.

Kara Martin is the author of Workship: How to Use your Work to Worship God, and Workship 2: How to Flourish at Work. She is a lecturer with Alphacrucis College and Adjunct Professor with Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, Boston. She is also on the Advisory Board for the Global Lausanne Movement Workplace Ministry and on the Board of the Karam Fellowship. Kara has worked in media and communications, human resources, business analysis and policy development roles, in a variety of organisations, and as a consultant. Kara is also a sought after speaker who has presented, taught and run workshops in Singapore, Malaysia, the US, New Zealand and throughout Australia.

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JoannaMeyer

Joanna serves as Denver Institute’s Director of Public Engagement and oversees the Women & Vocation Initiative. Prior to coming to the Institute, Joanna worked in global telecom, nonprofit consulting, and campus ministry with Cru. She served as associate faculty at Denver Seminary and as a sewing instructor at Fancy Tiger Crafts. A third-generation Coloradan, Joanna appreciates both the state’s innovative culture and its cowboy roots. She has an MA in Social Entrepreneurship from Bakke Graduate University and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Colorado, Boulder.