Work: the bigger picture

LICC picture of woodworkingIn the workplace, we’re called to be a model of Christ to others. A moulder of culture; someone who tries to make things better for others. We do bring church activities to Christ, but it’s rarer to value our daily work as a vital part of God’s calling on our lives.

One teacher said, “I teach Sunday School for 45 minutes per week and they haul me up to the front of the church to pray for me. But I teach in a school for 40 hours per week, and my church has never prayed for that part of my life.”

How can we see the bigger picture of God’s call for us in the workplace? How can we equip others to live out discipleship in their place of work? Let’s learn together to envision and equip our church members for their everyday working context: LICC is running a course on 17th March in Cheltenham, aiming to do just that: details via the link below.
Click here for full details and booking information

‘What faith means to me as a scaffolder’

Gary runs a family scaffolding business… take a look at what his Christian faith means to him at work. Do you have people like Gary in your church? Come along to the LICC training event and find out how to envision and equip them for their workplace frontline.

Find out more via the LICC website:

Work | The Bigger Picture

Book now

LICC is running a course on 17th March in Cheltenham:
Click here for full details and booking information

Share this article:

Leave a Reply

Most popular articles today: