Faith at Work

REFLECTING A GOD WHO WORKS

WHAT IS FAITH AT WORK?

The gospel has unique power to renew hearts, communities, and the world, in and through our day-to-day work. Understanding how the gospel relates and shapes our work — both paid and unpaid — changes the way we approach it. Our daily work, when shaped by the gospel, becomes one of the primary expressions of love to God and our neighbor.

FAITH AT WORK COHORT

This 12-week formational cohort will explore some critical topics at the intersection of faith and work. The course is designed to explore God’s design for work and provide you with ways to redeem the many aspects of it that are broken. You’ll see why work matters to God, from the actual work that you do, to the way you conduct yourself and your relationships at work, to the hope you can have for your vocation and your industry.

By the end of this course, you’ll have a deeper understanding of what it means to be a faithful Christian in all of your work, and you’ll be equipped with practical tools for integrating your faith into your everyday work.

Key Details
▪️ Cost: $50 (application must be accepted first)
▪️ Monday evenings starting on September 23 and ending December 9
▪️ 12-15 participants
▪️ 3-4 hours of reading and assignments each week

FAITH AT WORK PODCAST

SEASON THREE COMING THIS FALL
The Faith at Work Podcast is a collection of conversations about how the gospel informs and changes our day-to-day work. How do we navigate difficult, everyday situations at work? How can our faith should inform our responses?

Listen to seasons 1 & 2 with the links below and read below how you can make Season Three the best yet...

SEASON 3: SUBMIT YOUR WORK STORY

This season on the Faith at Work Podcast, we’re going to be talking about our hearts, and how our personal brokenness can show up at work. Here’s the thing — in order to make this season work, we need real stories — from you. We’d love for you to share with us a story in which you encountered some sort of tension or conflict, or saw your own personal brokenness show up at work. This could be a conflict that you had with a boss or a coworker, or a situation that caused you to react in a sinful way. The situation could be related to complaining, gossip, over-perfection on a work project, control, pride, defensiveness, the need to “look good” or be right in front of others, just to name a few ideas.

For each episode this season, we’re going to pick someone’s story to share (anonymously) and we’re going to unpack how the Bible speaks to that specific situation and what it would look like for us to be people that fully embody the gospel at work. If you’re not sure if your story qualifies — send it in! Please share your story in 2 minutes or less, and try to share the most important details. Before you share your story, please share your name and what campus you attend. All of the stories will remain completely anonymous on the podcast, but we want to make sure we know who you are.

Just record your question on your phone or laptop or write it out and email it to faithatwork@ccclife.org by July 31.

What are Vocational Communities?

Vocational Communities are groups organized around specific vocational fields or affinities. These communities are designed to help you build relationships with others in a similar work context to gain a deeper understanding of how your faith informs your day-to-day work.

FAITH AT WORK TEACHINGS

In 2022/2023, Christ Community taught on Faith at Work in three weekend teaching series. Click below to watch.