with Michael Cafferky
Whether you are shopping, making and selling products, providing a service, managing a start-up company, leading a work team, volunteering for a nonprofit organization, serving as a front-line worker or a top-echelon executive, you are in the marketplace, “in business.” This short series of five Bible studies will introduce some of the ways in which “religion and business are not two separate things; they are one.” (Christ’s Object Lessons, pp. 349) We will dig deeper in Scripture exploring Christ-centered, interwoven “grand themes” of the Bible that inform us regarding our endeavors of buying and selling, working and serving. The themes explored (as time allows) include the following: Creation, Shalom, Sabbath, Holiness, Truth, Redemption, Loving Kindness, Wisdom and the Great Controversy. Come away from this study with a deeper appreciation for the Plan of Salvation and a clearer understanding of your purpose in the marketplace. This series is designed for Christians of all denominations and non-Christians.
This study group will meet on five consecutive Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. beginning February 14, 2018 and conclude on March 14. We will meet in the Gathering Room at the WWU Church. Bring your Bible, a note pad and a friend.