Discover how where you are now truly matters to God.
We all have an everyday context that’s significant to God, full of people who matter to God. But can we see how God might have been working in and through us on our frontlines, especially the workplace? And can we imagine what more God might want to do there?
Brimming with real-life stories, biblical insight, and practical steps, join author Mark Greene to spark your imagination and enrich your sense of wonder at the greatness and grace of the God who invites us to join his glorious work in our workplaces.
Tuesday July 9, 5:45-8:30pm
Campari House (23-25 Hardware Lane, Melbourne)
$75 for a two course dinner (cash bar available)
MORE ABOUT MARK GREENE
Mark Greene is the executive director of LICC (London Institute of Contemporary Christianity), and one of the leading thinkers and practitioners globally in the connection between Christian faith and work.
As chief vision-caster of LICC Mark is always looking for fresh ways to inspire people with a grasp of the gospel and its implications for the whole of life. His role is hugely varied – one day delivering an inspirational talk, on another day spending time with key leaders, and on yet another he’ll be feverishly penning a new book. He does a reasonable imitation of Rowan Atkinson and a terrible one of Sean Connery, making his wife wish it were the other way round and his children wish he wouldn't do either. He also loves reading, dancing and people.
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