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Faith at Work: From Sewer to Sky

Date Tuesday, February 10, 2015
12 - 1:30 p.m.
FeaturingSteve Wareham, vice president at Trillion Aviation
Location View maps and directions to Seminary Campus Center
Instructions for Guests 
SponsorsBethel Seminary’s Work with Purpose initiative

Event Description

God is at work in every part of our communities, and he calls Christians to join him in that work. Our guest speaker, Steve Wareham, has experienced this reality firsthand--from his work as a laborer at the Metropolitan Wastewater Treatment Plant to his leadership role as airport director of the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Steve will share what he has learned over the years about how God uses our everyday work, in blue-collar and white-collar settings alike, for the flourishing of the world.

We hope you can join us for this next Work with Purpose seminary community event: students, staff, and faculty are welcome. Lunch provided!

More about our speaker: 

Steve Wareham is a vice president at Trillion Aviation. Trillion specializes in providing business strategy, consulting, and air service development to airport clients. Steve was previously the airport director at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP), the largest of seven airports owned and operated by the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC). Before joining the MAC in 1998, Steve worked for Metropolitan Council's Environmental Services, starting as a laborer and leaving many years later as the manager of operations at the Metropolitan Wastewater Treatment Plant. Steve was originally a social worker in a boy’s reform school and at a chemical dependency treatment center.

Steve and his wife Holly live in rural Cannon Falls, Minnesota, and have 4 grown children and 12 grandchildren. They enjoy family, friendships, their shared faith, and travel. 

Steve holds a bachelor's degree in social work and history and a master’s degree in organizational leadership, both from Bethel University.

Questions?

Contact Erin Rupe at 651.638.6480 or e-rupe@bethel.edu.