Biola University is now featuring The Work Exchange, a new free online six-session learning experience launched by Talbot School of Theology that will help participants increase their purpose, power and peace at work.
“Participants will learn how to turn everything around, in whatever work they do,” said Helen Mitchell (M.A. ’09, M.A. ’15), Talbot’s Center for Faith, Work, and Economics Director, who helped spearhead the project’s development.
“The initiative — a joint project between Talbot’s Center for Faith, Work, and Economics and Convene Corp., a community of business leaders meeting in peer-advisory teams, and author, Convene chair and coach, Jim Woodward — includes more than 60 voices from business, academia and the local church about how to work differently to make a difference now and for eternity. Experts include Talbot professor and dean of faculty Dr. Scott Rae, Talbot professor Dr. Joanne Jung, pastors Tim Keller, Tony Evans and authors Max Lucado, John Mark Comer, and Dallas Willard.”
Frustrated, exhausted and ambivalent at work? Need purpose, power, and peace? The Work Exchange small group curriculum brings 60+ voices from business, academia, and the local church will show you how to work differently and make a difference.
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