Thursday, October 24th, 2019
“Following God’s Calling in Our Everyday Work”
Jessica Zistatsis (BS & MS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington) is a mechanical engineer and quality manager at Orthocare Innovations, a rehabilitation device R&D company in Edmonds, WA. Her current vocational calling is to create prosthetic devices that enable individuals with limb differences to achieve their greatest mobility potential in order that they might best live out their own callings. After attending KIROS for a year, Jessica helped launch the new KIROS Young Professionals chapter. Jessica attends Sound City Bible Church in Lynnwood, and in her free time enjoys hiking, swing dancing, and singing.
We are constantly pursuing our goals for a fulfilled life – whether that be a job title, a relationship, a hobby, or all the above. What does it look like when you see these seemingly disparate ambitions from God’s view – as pieces in the larger picture of your life’s calling? From this perspective, even the “ordinary” things at work look different when seen as glorifying God. Jessica will share examples from her work life, and how she came to this understanding of calling. Her passion has led her to launch the new KIROS Young Professionals chapter, which she will share about as well.
415 Westlake Venue, 415 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
Phone (206) 432-1118
There is a small parking lot off of Westlake; metered street parking is also available. Doors open at 7:15 am
$5 for morning event
Registration closes on October 23rd at 5pm.
There will be no credits or refunds for registration.
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