Friday, March 12th, 2021
“More Fruitful than you Thought?”
Former Advertising Executive in London and New York
London Institute for Contemporary Christianity
Mark Greene grew up Jewish and joyous, and celebrated becoming a Christian in his early twenties. He worked in advertising in London and New York, loved it, and is still prepared to admit it.
He recently stepped back from his position as Executive Director of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity and is now their full-time Mission Champion. His leadership in the faith and work movement is recognized around the world. He speaks, tells stories, and writes, mainly on the joys, trials, and surprises of living all of life as a follower of Jesus in today’s world.
Mark is the author of many wonderful books, including Thank God it’s Monday, Probably the Best Idea in the World, Adventure, and Fruitfulness on the Frontline.
In business, indeed in any sector of work, we tend to pay most attention to the things that get measured. After all, the things that get measured are often the ones that are most important to the business or at least most important to our managers. And our personal KPIs, our appraisal forms, and our remuneration tend to reflect those measures.
But what does success for Christ look like at work?
And what do we think his KPIs might be?
Often that can depend on the church stream you’re in. For many, many Christians the only KPI they think that really matters to God is an evangelistic conversation of some kind. In other streams, what really counts is to make some kind of direct contribution to the alleviation of social need. The problem with this is twofold. First, it’s biblically incomplete. And secondly, it’s deeply discouraging. After all, on an average day at work, most of us don’t get to do either of those things. Which feels like failure.
But the biblical understanding of fruitfulness is much richer.
In this session, Mark Greene will explore a rich 6M framework for daily fruitfulness that’s helped tens of thousands of people not only see how they might be fruitful for God every day, but encouragingly, how they have, by his grace, already been fruitful. What a joy to know that God has been working in and through us. What a release to have a richer framework for godly living and working in the power of His Spirit. Come explore.
This event will include break-out discussion sessions, allowing for meeting others and sharing together, as well as post-event connection time.
Please join the event on time if you are able. We will be opening the introductory break-out session soon after the meeting begins.
Suggested payment is $5 for registration. Free registration is also available.
Registration closes at 9am on Friday, March 12th.
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