‘And whatever you do or say, do it as a representative of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks through him to God the Father.’ Col 3:17 NLT
I’m not sure exactly what Paul had in mind when he penned those words to the church in Colossae, but we know he was not shy about addressing workplace issues in his epistles. What a great challenge this scripture is to help our church members do all they do at work as representatives of the Lord Jesus.
We were so privileged to have Mark Greene of LICC fame with us for our online leaders morning a couple of weeks ago. He was extremely helpful in getting us to think through the challenges of being and making disciples at work. For those of us who are church leaders (lay missional leaders, or senior pastors and vicars) this is a vital part of our commission to ‘go and make disciples’. We want to equip and support those in our congregations who are in work, whether paid or not.
For those who weren’t able to make the online event, we felt this was so important that we didn’t want anyone to miss out. So here are the recording of the key inputs from Mark, access to some of his resources and ideas, and most importantly, a link to the follow up inputs and coaching we are offering as Kx in the new year.
This follow up is relevant if you are either a church leader, or someone in the workplace who is keen to learn more.
If you are serious about making disciples, and serious about equipping your church, yourself, or your MC members to do the same, you will want to pray about and check out this pathway we are offering.
I believe that this is one of the most under-developed and under-used areas in our disciple-making strategies. It could be revolutionary for our churches. I hope you will take the offer seriously, and connect with the follow up options for 2023.
Blessings on all you do, wherever you live, learn, work, or play.