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  • Writer's pictureCarrie Thompson

Who Are We In the Workplace?

Updated: Jan 27, 2020

Who we believe ourselves to be in our work greatly affects our motivations, attitudes and actions in our daily occupations.

Join us for breakfast on Wednesday, February 12th at 7:30am as John Spadafora speaks to us from his expertise in integrating our faith in the workplace.

John will inspire you to consider:

As a Christian in the world, how do I live out my faith in the workplace?

How can a demanding work environment be my mission field?

Get your tickets at EventBrite - and don't forget to sponsor your pastor!

Equipping God's People for the Workplace

Immediately following our normal breakfast program, around 9am, John will hold a special Pastor's Session, Equipping God's People for the Workplace, and provide tools and resources to equip pastors in ministering to the workforce of their congregation. Every pastor wants their congregation to take Christianity to the world - and those in the secular workforce have a mission field at their fingertips. How can pastors equip their members in this mission field?

John will inspire you to consider:

  • As a pastor, how can I equip my church members to live out their faith in the workplace?

  • What tools can I provide to my congregation to help them minister in their mission field?

There is no additional fee for the Pastor's Session - just pay the normal breakfast fee and join us! If you are unable to come for breakfast, the pastor's session is free and we'd love to have you join us at 9:15am.

About our Speaker

John Spadafora grew up in Philadelphia, graduated with bachelors and master’s degrees in music and theology, and later worked in Italy for 18 years, integrating his faith and music as a church-planter. He returned to the U.S. to continue with Crossworld as Director of Church Connections. He facilitates relationships with U.S. and international churches through networking, writing and speaking on faith/work integration, casting vision for the workplace locally and globally as a primary venue for God’s transforming work. John and Diane have been married 40 years, live in the Philly area and have three adult children and three grandchildren.

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