CFW Conference: Humanizing Work

Join the Center for Faith & Work for its 3rd annual conference, November 8-9, to explore this year’s theme: Humanizing Work.

Dr. Timothy Keller, founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, will give Friday’s keynote address. Dr. Keller’s books, including The New York Times bestselling The Reason for God and The Prodigal God, have sold over 1 million copies and been translated into 15 languages.

Also speaking on Friday will be Mark C. Crowley, a leadership consultant, speaker and author whose mission is to fundamentally change how we lead and manage people in the modern workplace. He is author of the book Lead From the Heart: Transformational Leadership in the 21st Century and is a regular contributor to Fast Company Magazine. Mark has been published in The Seattle Times, Huffington Post, Reuters, CEO Magazine, LinkedIn, and the Great Place to Work Institute.

Saturday will begin with an address given by David H. Kim, Executive Director of Redeemer’s Center for Faith & Work and author of Glimpses of a Greater Glory: A Devotional through the Storyline of the Bible. Additional presenters will include Nancy Ortberg of The Table Group, Dr. Michael Metzger of The Clapham Institute, David Miller of Princeton’s Faith & Work Initiative, corporate consultant Lourine Clark, and calligraphy artist David Chang.

To end the conference, participants will be led in Glimpses throughout New York City. Glimpses are cultural events that point toward evidence of God’s glory and sovereignty over both the brokenness and beauty of the culture we inhabit. Glimpses will cover NYC’s cultural landscape with a variety of experiences, including the Midtown Financial tour, Humanizing Transit, an Experimental Music Concert and many more.

Register online today at Early registration ends October 19!

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Articles in this Issue

Christianity and Homosexuality: A Review of Books
Tim Keller
HFNY Charity Bike Ride: Over 100 Riders for New Yorkers in Need
Downtown Congregation’s First Anniversary
John Lin