23-25 Hardware Lane Melbourne
Are you in your first few years of work or just about to start working?
The workplace can be a daunting place for young workers. There are new demands, new responsibilities and new relationships. It can be tricky to know what we spend our time on and prioritise. How does my Christian faith connect with my work? How does it change the way I do it? How does it empower me for truly good work, work that loves? How does it bring true meaning and purpose to my daily labour? And how might the answers to those questions also shape my workplace witness?
At Life @ Work we want to explore the answers to those questions with you. We want to connect the dots between the Christian faith and our daily work. We want to explore the way the Gospel changes everything for good, including our work.
Join us on the one evening when Christian graduates get together under the one roof. Graduates from Melbourne Uni, Monash, Deakin, LaTrobe, RMIT, ACU as well as those from interstate get together to:
MEET other young workers and soon-to-be graduates
LEARN wisdom from the Bible
HEAR first hand from older Christian workers think how the Bible helps us navigate this transition
ENJOY dinner together
PRAY for each other as the transition from campus to workplace begins
FIND out more about City Bible Forum and joining the network
Joining us will be speakers Andrew Laird (Director, Life@Work) and David Robertson (Director, Third Space).
Tickets are $15 for workers and free for students. Students use discount code igraduatesoon.
Dinner is included with drinks available for purchase at the bar. Registration is required.
Andrew Laird works for City Bible Forum in Melbourne and directs Life@Work - an initiative aimed at connecting Christian faith with our daily work. He’s also the author of a book, Under Pressure: how the gospel helps us handle the pressures of daily work.
David Robertson is an experienced presenter and debater on the place of the Christian faith in the public sphere, a prolific blogger at The Wee Flea, he was the minister at St Peter's Free Church in Dundee, Scotland for 27 years. David joins City Bible Forum in 2019 to lead new initiative Third Space.