"Beauty of life causes strangers to join our ranks. We don't just talk about great things - we live them" (Christian, AD 250)
Historians say the key ingredient to the explosive growth of the church after Jesus' death and resurrection was the distinctive lives of believers. "The beautiful life" they lived bore a powerful and attractive witness to the difference the Christian faith makes for good.
How might this re-shape the spread of the Gospel in our day, especially in our workplaces? What might "living such good lives" among our colleagues look like? How do we not only declare the Gospel with our lips, but also display it with our lives?
Join us as we consider these questions at the annual Life@Work conference. Discover the power of an attractive life in the workplace. Discover how we might be DISTINCTIVE.
Joining EDDIE WOO
Andrew directs City Bible Forum's Life@Work program, which aims to connect Christian faith with daily work. He has a background in radio journalism, and also lectures in faith and work at Ridley College, Melbourne. He's the author of Under Pressure: How the Gospel helps us handle the pressures of work, and In God's Service: How to be a distinctive disciple in your workplace.
PLUS CATHERINE EVANS
"Catherine is CEO and senior lawyer at Kit Legal, a firm that combines law and tech to help highly regulated businesses. Feeling her personal values and faith strongly aligned with the growing NewLaw movement, Catherine decided to make the jump and start her own firm. Leaving her role as partner of a mid-tier corporate law firm she established Kit Legal, a firm that aims to redefine law by valuing transparency, fairness and accessibility for clients and flexibility, support and equality for staff. She is passionate about social justice, equality in the workplace and championing flexible employment models within the legal industry."
And MATT JOHNSON
"Matt Johnson works in the Department for Environment and Water where he is responsible for delivering the agency’s contribution to South Australia’s economic development. He drives implementation of the ‘Nature Like Nowhere Else’ tourism strategy and manages key iconic tourism sites across the State, including Cleland Wildlife Park and Seal Bay. His management responsibilities also encompass built heritage protection and activation, as well as Crown Lands administration across South Australia. He has worked in various analytical, policy and executive roles in State Government and was South Australia’s Deputy Agent General in the United Kingdom from 2010-14."
Event also includes industry groups, meals, networking opportunities PLUS book signing with Eddie Woo.
Pre-order his book for a conference special price of $22 (RRP $29.95) when you register!
Registrations close: Tuesday 12 February
Venue: Riverside Rowing Club (LOT 102 Montefiore Rd)
Cost: $85 whole conference, $60 one night
Time: 6.00-9:00pm (Friday), 9am-12pm (Saturday)
Friday night program
Saturday day program
Q&A (featuring Eddie Woo, Andrew Laird and others)