Purpose in the every day

 
As Americans, we spend more than one-third of our lives on the job. But as Christians, we believe work is not simply a place we show up to every day. Work is something we are called and created to do—in an office, at home, on a job site, as a volunteer, or sitting behind a laptop screen at a coffee shop.
 
With so many hours, days and years “on the job,” how does work fit into or relate to Christians’ lives? How can our faith be strengthened by and affirmed for our vocations? What challenges must be navigated to prevent workplace burnout, a crisis of faith, or both? And how can faith be integrated into all the “doing” that gets done in a given day?
 
At Northeast Indiana Center for Faith and Work, these questions drive our mission. We are here to help you find the purpose in the every day. 

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Global Lessons on the Social & Spiritual Impact of Work 

Tuesday, May 24, 5:30-7:00pm @ Sweetwater (Conference Hall 1)

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    Work, Dignity & Our True Calling

    Because we live in a Genesis-3 (fallen) world, we are tempted to think wrongly about our work in two ways.

    First, we can make our work everything: an object of worship and devotion instead of the good gift God created it to be.

    Our careers are often seen as a marker of identity and worth….

    About Us

    Northeast Indiana Center for Faith and Work exists to help Christians in Northeast Indiana more deeply embrace their identity in Christ and its integration into their everyday work as they seek the common good of the region and beyond.
     
    We are a community based initiative brought together through a desire of Christian leaders spanning multiple denominations and industries to see our region flourish as the Christian community vibrantly lives out its calling to faithfully steward every aspect of God’s creation.