RENEWING MY WORKPLACE

OCTOBER 2015,
WESLEY CONFERENCE CENTRE, Sydney

 

Did you know that if you live an average life in Australia, you’re likely to spend about 94,000 hours in your workplace? That’s a lot of time. And if you’re a Christian, your workplace will be one of the most significant settings for your worship and service.

Renewing My Workplace aims to give you some ideas to ponder and tools to use to equip you to serve God through your work.


Session One - PAUL S. Williams

SETTING THE SCENE FOR INTEGRATING
OUR FAITH AND WORK

Paul Williams is the Executive Director of the Marketplace Institute and the David J. Brown Family Chair of Marketplace Theology and Leadership at Regent College. He trained as an economist and worked in economic consulting for several years before undertaking theological training at Regent.

 

Session TWO - Lindsay McMillan

The Workplace Culture Down Under

Lindsay McMillan OAM is the Chief Executive and Managing Director of ReVenture. His role is to provide an understanding of the future of work and faith. He is also a Non-Executive Director on a number of boards.

 

Session THREE - Kate Harrison Brennan

Just Work

Dr Kate Harrison Brennan is the Chief Executive Officer of Anglican Deaconess Ministries. Kate’s former role was Founder and CEO of Global & Smart, a design and technology company. Prior to this Kate was Advisor to former Prime Minister Julia Gillard.

 

Session FOUR - andrew katay

Common Grace and our work

Andrew Katay is the CEO of City to City Australia and Senior Minister of Christ Church Inner West Anglican Community.

 

Session FIVE - panel

Workplace Discipleship - An Inside Look

Fiona McKenzie is the founding director of Resolving Matters, a Sydney-based consultancy specialising in building consensus.

Jonathan McKeown, together with his brother, runs a small plumbing company based in Sydney's Inner West, now trading as Status Flow Plumbing.

Mish Koh is a professional photographer, specialising in kids and family portraiture. Prior to this Mish worked in Project Management, Network Engineering and Design

Greg Lake is a freelance consultant in government relations, policy development, management and leadership ethics. Greg has also previously directed various immigration detention centres, including Christmas Island, Nauru and Curtin.

 

Session SIX - Q&A

Workplace Discipleship - DISCUSSION

Paul Williams joins the panel for a Q&A session on Workplace Discipleship.

 

Session SEVEN - Paul S. Williams

The Workplace on Monday