How do we find our place in the greater Story?
“Work is the expenditure of energy (manual or mental or both), in the service of others, which brings fulfillment to the worker, benefit to the community, and glory to God.” John Stott
Many young people wrestle with questions of meaning and purpose and the push to be ‘Epic’. As Christians many feel the added pressure of finding their “Calling” and not missing what God has for their lives.
What if finding your calling is less of an event and more of a journey? What if engaging us purposefully in this question is part of God’s plan and the failure and mistakes that we fear are also a part of this?
Rather than struggling with these question alone, what if we are supposed to walk them out in the context of community, with others who are committed to purposeful engagement in their stories?
Whether you have a clear sense of next steps, or are still discerning what life after graduation holds, this event will equip you to purposefully engage the question of calling as you seek to better live the story God is telling.
Join us for “Called: Engaging with Purpose”
Kristyn Emmer, Career Communities and Veterans Career Coordinator at CSU
Bryan Dik, Associate Professor of Psychology at CSU and cofounder of JobZology
The event will also include a panel, and Q&A, with local community members and roundtable discussion. Panelists include: Seth Silvers, local entrepreneur and founder of Thirst United and Story On, Jane Northrup Glenn, owner of Authority Staffing LLC, Jessica Hess, stay at home mom and teacher, and Zach Mercurio, organizational development consultant, author, and speaker.
April 6, 2017, 5:30pm. Everyday Joe’s Coffee House, S Mason St, Fort Collins, CO 80524.
Hosted by: Everyday Joe’s Coffee House & Fort Collins Fellows, in partnership with: Impact, RUF & Timberline College.
Register today to receive a jobZology® lifetime account, a self discovery tool designed to help find a path that fits (valued at $59.95). Ticket price also includes dinner.
500 Mathews St.
Fort Collins CO, 80524
970 682 4065
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