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Faithfully Working Lunches: The Illumination Effect of Downward Mobility29/01/2019 Duração: 01h10min
Do you wonder if you are faithfully working in your sphere of influence? Join us for teaching, tools, and stories about practicing work faithfully as we host dialogues with professionals from various industries. Join us for a conversation on paradigm shifts, insidious idols, and new perspectives about faith and work. NIFW Executive Director, Missy Wallace, will interview Marten Fadelle, who worked as a white collar professional most of his adult life, but is currently working as a contract janitor. Marten will share his journey over the past two years since leaving his white collar job and the difficulty and freedom he's experienced along the way. While we are not all called to radical job change, we are called to radical faith. Come learn with Marten as we reframe the idea of “important” people and "important" work. About the Lunches We use a practical theological framework to identify the inherent goodness of work, its outcomes, and the deeper questions it asks of us. The gatherings provide glimpses int
Lunch & Learn: Dr. Jeff Cornwall—The Virtue of Temperance in Entrepreneurship26/02/2018 Duração: 35min
Listen as Belmont University's Dr. Jeff Cornwall shares on The Virtue of Temperance in Entrepreneurship at the Nashville Institute for Faith and Work's February 2018 Lunch & Learn at Adele's in Nashville, Tennessee.
Lunch & Learn: Leading an Organization with Hands Wide Open17/10/2017 Duração: 26min
Listen along as Provident Leadership CEO Executive Coach Ken Edwards shares a lesson on leading an organization with hands wide open. Through Ken's discussion, we can begin to see the potential workplace impacts of embracing a spirit-led leadership style.
Lunch & Learn: Navigating Conflict Management at Work16/10/2017 Duração: 34min
Listen along as Lipscomb University associate professor Phyllis Hildreth shares a lesson on conflict management. We see how the art of self-forgetfulness, inspired by faith, can allow for healthy workplace conflict resolution.