Tuesday, May 19, 2015
12 - 1:30 p.m.
|Featuring||Daniel Harrell, Senior Minister, Colonial Church of Edina, and Art Erickson, Director at STUDIOne-Eighty, Urban Ventures|
|Location||Urban Ventures' STUDIOne-Eighty|
|Instructions for Guests||Map and driving directions to:|
Urban Ventures' STUDIOne-Eighty
3019 4th Ave S, Minneapolis
|Registration||The event is free, but registration is required to help us plan for lunch. Register|
|Sponsors||Bethel Seminary's Work with Purpose initiative, in partnership with the Made to Flourish pastors' network and MacLaurinCSF|
"Poverty alleviation is the ministry of reconciliation: moving people closer to glorifying God by living in right relationship with God, with self, with others, and with the rest of creation." - Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert, When Helping Hurts
Join like-minded pastors and ministry leaders to consider and imagine the implications of integrating faith, work, and compassion ministry--not only in the life of the church but also in the life of communities where our churches are rooted and serve. The right relationships that Corbett and Fikkert identify in the quote above are fundamentally tied to the relational economics of everyday work: people having the opportunity to fulfill their calling by glorifying God through their work, and therefore being able to support themselves and their families.
This lunch gathering invites you into conversation to explore what a practical application of this looks like. We will also hear from Daniel Harrell about his experience with the Innove Project, and from Art Erickson about his journey from business, to youth ministry in parachurch and church contexts, to the founding of Urban Ventures.
Contact Erin Rupe at 651.638.6480 or firstname.lastname@example.org.