10th October, 5:30pm Wragge & Co., Birmingham · £10
Work is not just a venue for evangelism and a source of funding, it’s much more than that. Work is what God did right at the start: creating something new, good, beautiful, exciting and fit for (Kingdom) purpose.
This evening is designed to help business and professional people explore where God may be calling them and to look at several opportunities for involvement in the UK or overseas, which could be alongside or dovetail with existing work commitments.
For some it may bring risk and adventure. For many it will bring a fresh sense of fulfilment and significance. If you sense God nudging you in a fresh direction, please join us.
For full details and to register, please visit www.kingdomcommercecalling.org
In partnership with:
Transformational Business Network
TBN is a Christian-based network of business and professional people who use their skills and resources to bring financially sustainable solutions to global poverty.
Christian Business Development Agency
CBDA offers business development opportunities to help elevate persecuted Christians out of poverty.
Agape Workplace Initiative
Agapé Workplace Initiative comes alongside business men and women in their place of work to help people live with creativity, forgiveness, spiritual discipline, focus and integrity, to apply Biblical principles to organisational culture.
Andrew Richardson joined Metalrax plc in 2007 as Group Chief Executive. Previously the Divisional Chief Executive of Water Management at Halma PLC, Andrew started his career with Rover Group and has worked with companies including Webasto Roof Systems, Automotive Products, and Mars confectionary. He is a Chartered Engineer and Engineering graduate of Cambridge University.
Christopher Mabey began his career amidst industrial strife at Longbridge, and by the late 80s was heading up management development for Rank Xerox. He is now Professor of HRM at Birmingham Business School. In 2009 he hosted a major international conference on ‘Leadership in Crisis’ and in 2011 launched a new MBA module drawing principles of moral authority from the Hebrew wisdom tradition and the Sermon on the Mount.