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Unsure how their work serves God

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Say their work less valuable than pastor's

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No clarity about their calling

About the Summit

The 2018 Faith at Work Summit is a two-day gathering of 500 church and marketplace leaders—the premier event of the faith and work movement in the United States. The summit gathers leaders and active participants from every industry sector who desire to learn from each other and work together to extend Christ’s transforming presence in workplaces around the world. This is not a celebrity-speaker event, but a gathering where all in attendance participate, share new ideas, and create lasting partnerships.

The Theme: “Putting our Faith to Work at Work”

The 2018 summit will encourage and challenge the faith and work movement with discussions of critical topics, including: what it means to imagine God as a worker, grappling with the disruption of work and what the resources of the movement have to contribute to specific industries. These timely themes will propel the faith and work movement to the next level, furthering its growth and impact.

Event Details

October 11–13, 2018
Chicago, IL

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Reduced Price

Before September 15
$239

Full Price

Before October 11
$279

Student

Before October 11
$99

Hosted by Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

This year’s summit is organized by the Center for Transformational Churches at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. A different university hosts the Summit every other year, and has been previously hosted in Dallas by LeTourneau University (2016) and in Boston by Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (2014).

Summit Location

Hyatt Regency O’Hare
9300 Bryn Mawr Avenue
Rosemont, Illinois, USA, 60018

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