I’ll be speaking at the Gospel at Work conference in Atlanta, January 23 – 24.
The conference starts that Friday night at 7:30 and goes to Saturday at 12:30. Other speakers include Greg Gilbert, Sebastian Traeger (both co-authors of the excellent book The Gospel at Work), Bob Doll, and many more.
I love the vision of this conference and am really looking forward to it. There is a growing movement of Christians who are eager to understand how their faith relates to their work. This conference is one of the best places to go to be inspired and equipped with the amazing biblical teaching on faith and work.
Here’s a brief description of the conference:
Most people spend at least 80,000 hours of their lives working. Wouldn’t you like to know how to worship God with that time?
The Gospel at Work conference will help you think biblically about your work. Speakers will provide practical wisdom on how to approach the challenges you face in the workplace and offer insight into God’s concern for your work.
You’ll also meet godly men and women from a variety of industries for a series of very practical discussions on topics like career planning as Christians, leading in the workplace and business as a mission field.
If you wrestle with questions about your work, or if you care about someone who does, this conference is for you.
You can learn more about it, and register, at the website.
(And if you aren’t able to make it to Atlanta, they are doing another Gospel at Work conference in Washington, DC, the following weekend.)
It would be great to see you there!