Lifework is an eight-month program that brings together individuals in search of a way to connect God’s work with their own career journeys. Our community of leaders crosses vocational, denominational, racial, and cultural lines, with a common goal of bringing renewed purpose to our careers and a deeper relationship with our faith.
Each course is Biblically-based and centered on a core value, combining scriptural teachings, case studies, and practical tools that can be readily applied to your professional role.
Opening Retreat: Knowing God, Calling, & Worldview / Oct 17, 2019
Paul Sohn - Award-winning blogger, speaker, and author
Pastor David Outing – President & Chief Encouragement Officer, Corporate Care Partners, LLC
Larry Kreider - Co-Founder of Lifework Leadership, former President of The Gathering of Men.
Phil Burton - V.P. of Training and Development, Ron Burton Training Village
relationships / Nov 6, 2019
Gordon MacDonald - Chancellor of Denver Seminary, Author & Speaker
Generosity / Dec 4, 2019
April Tam Smith - Managing Director Equity Derivatives, Morgan Stanley
Compassion / Jan 8, 2020
Bob Lupton - Founder, FCS Ministries, Author & Speaker
Integrity / Feb 5, 2020
Dr. Sandy Shugart - President, Valencia College
Humility / March 4, 2020
Brant Hansen – Author, Radio Host, Chief Storyteller for CURE International
Courage / April 1, 2020
Wayne Gordon - Founding Pastor of Lawndale Community Church and Chairman of the Christian Community Development Association (C.C.D.A)
Legacy / May 6, 2020
*Phoebe Cade Miles – Board President and CEO of The Cade Museum of Creativity & Innovation
A clear perspective of who they are and how they fit into their world.
A desire to positively shape their corporate culture.
Opportunities to meaningfully serve in not-for-profit organizations.
Exposure to the needs of the broader community.
Significant and strategic relationships that enrich their personal and professional lives.
Employees who get exposure to prominent business leaders.
Employees who have defined ethics and values.
Employees who have a new network of relationships.
Employees who have a greater community presence and influence.
Employees with clear purpose (reduced turnover).
A deeper bench and pipeline for leaders.
Leaders who volunteer in significant ways.
Leaders who make a lasting difference in their community.
Leaders who are networked together for the community's welfare.
Leaders who stay living and invested in the community.