Here at LCPC, we believe that your work is an important part of your life of discipleship. Through our work, we can participate in God’s redemptive purposes as we contribute to the common good, live into our call to be “sent” into the world to shine Christ’s light, and reflect God’s image as we engage in creative and meaningful endeavors.
Click here to see how some of you took your soul to work on Take Your Soul to Work Day, November 18! #takeyoursoultoworkday.
EVENTS & RESOURCES
Speakers that inspire and equip people to recognize and use the influence they have no matter what their life situation.
Work Life Forum
Throughout the year, we offer various events to equip people to live as faithful disciples in the work place. Work Life Forum speakers share their expertise in bringing the resources of faith to our working lives.
from the Center for Faith and Enterprise. A small group program and curriculum designed for people who want to explore how their own faith or spirituality might inform them in their work.
by R. Paul Stevens & Alvin Ung. Taps into the wisdom of the Bible and the Christian spiritual tradition to redefine the workplace as an arena for personal spiritual growth.
Center for Faith and Enterprise – Led by LCPC Member, Rob Tribken, and sponsors of the Work Life Forums, the CFE helps people tap into the deep resources of their faith or spirituality and thereby find sources of strength, purpose, and wisdom in their work lives. A podcast, blog and other resources are available by visiting their website: faithandenterprise.org.
Global Leadership Network – a community that is committed to learning from each other and using our influence to accomplish God’s purposes on earth. Each year in August, LCPC is a host site for a simulcast of the Global Leadership Summit (2020 dates: August 6-7). For videos, learning events, and other resources, visit their website: globalleadership.org.
Made to Flourish - Focuses on empowering pastors and their churches to integrate faith, work, and economic wisdom for the flourishing of their communities. Their website, madetoflourish.org, offers articles and other resources and their Los Angeles network offers events throughout the year.