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Faith and the Modern Workplace: A Seminar with Pastor Bryan Loritts

Date Tuesday, October 16, 2018
9 - 11:30 a.m.
FeaturingBryan Loritts, lead pastor of Abundant Life Christian Fellowship in Silicon Valley, California
Location The Underground (Brushaber Commons Level 2) - View maps and directions
Instructions for Guests 
Cost$19 by October 2; $29 thereafter. Discounts available for current Bethel students and employees.
RegistrationRegister today! Register
SponsorsWork with Purpose Initiative of Bethel Seminary

Event Description

The world of work regularly overlaps with the community of faith. What does this look like in everyday life? If you are a pastor, it can mean wrestling with how to shepherd a group of believers who are serious about whole-life discipleship. If you work in the marketplace, it may involve balancing your personal career ambition with good biblical principles.

This seminar features a Silicon Valley pastor, author, and radio host who leads a congregation of career-minded people. Hear about the challenges he faces in his ministry and how he serves his flock. Pastors, ministry leaders, marketplace professionals, and community members are invited to consider:

  • The connection between faith and work in the marketplace
  • Coping with the fast-paced demands of today's work environment
  • Living as an authentic Christ-follower in all situations
  • The theological basis for whole-life discipleship

Spend time exploring these issues and more as you learn about faithful Christian living in light of workplace pressures.

Continue the Conversation

Attend our follow-up breakfast roundtable on November 1 to connect with other attendees and learn what you can do to apply Pastor Bryan's message in your own church and neighborhood contexts. Learn more and register.

About the Speaker

Pastor Bryan Loritts serves as lead pastor for Abundant Life Christian Fellowship of Silicon Valley, California. He is an award-winning author of five books: God on Paper; A Cross-Shaped Gospel; Letters to a Birmingham Jail; Right Color, Wrong Culture; and Saving the Saved, which was honored with the Christianity Today Award of Merit. His newest book, Insider Outsider, will be released in October 2018.

Pastor Bryan co-founded Fellowship Memphis in 2003 and later founded The Kainos Movement, an organization committed to seeing the multi-ethnic church become the new normal in our world. In addition to his pastoral responsibilities, he travels extensively throughout the world, preaching the Good News of Jesus Christ at conferences and events, and serves on the Board of Trustees for Biola University and Board of Directors for Pine Cove Christian Summer Camps. His radio show, Inspired to Live, can be heard daily on the Salem Radio Network's KFAX station. Follow him on Twitter at @bcloritts. Bryan and his wife Korie have three sons.

Questions?

Contact Work with Purpose Initiative Manager Tessa Pinkstaff at 651.638.6480 or tessa-pinkstaff@bethel.edu.


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