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Online Session: Finding Your Calling in the Workplace

Date Tuesday, January 24, 2017
1 - 2 p.m. CT
FeaturingJon Bonkoski, manager with Mortenson Construction and recent Bethel MBA graduate
Location Online via Adobe Connect
Instructions for GuestsAfter you register, you will receive a confirmation email. A second email containing login instructions will arrive the day before the session.
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SponsorsBethel Seminary's Work with Purpose Initiative

Event Description

Everyone has a calling. Whether you work in an office, a construction site, or a church, you are called to your vocation. So how do you find your calling? This online session focuses on major life decisions along the vocational journey and reveals how to listen carefully and openly for God’s still, small voice.

At this session, you'll hear recent Bethel grad Jon Bonkoski of Mortenson Construction share his own discovery of workplace calling. Learn about making wise education decisions; exploring career vocational discernment; implementing transformational leadership in your home, work, and community; and advancing the kingdom of Christ within your sphere of influence. The conversation will be facilitated by Dr. Justin Irving, professor of ministry leadership and director of the Work with Purpose Initiative.

About Our Guest Speaker

Jon Bonkoski is passionate about the integration of faith, life, and work. As a twelve-year veteran at Mortenson Construction, a top 20 national commercial contractor, he is leading the design phase of a $500 million hospital development in Rockford, Illinois. He is also the cofounding partner of Spark Cadence Consulting, which focuses on creating healthy holistic leaders. Jon is an active community leader who serves in a variety of roles, including executive board member and finance committee secretary of the Evangelical Covenant Church denomination in Chicago; elder at Emmanuel Covenant Church in Shoreview, Minnesota; and board vice president of the Architecture, Construction, and Engineering (ACE) Mentor Program in the Twin Cities. He holds an MBA from Bethel University, a bachelor’s degree in organizational management and leadership from North Park University in Chicago, and an associate’s degree in architectural drafting and estimating from Dunwoody College in Minneapolis. Jon is married to Emelia and is the father of Brianna (7) and Carl (5). He can be found on Instagram @bonkojon, where he writes daily about faith, life, and work leadership insights.

Questions?

Contact Tessa Pinkstaff at 651.638.6480 or tessa-pinkstaff@bethel.edu.


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