Loving God & Neighbour In Business

LOVING GOD & NEIGHBOUR IN BUSINESS
When:  Saturday 13th October 2018 9:30am to 4:00pm.
Where:  Bradford Cathedral, 1 Stott Hill, Bradford BD1 4EH
Cost: £50 includes lunch and refreshments
Questions: Please address questions to karenwilliamsleeds@gmail.com
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A conference on faith and business for the north of England.
Christians in business often feel unsupported at church and isolated at work. Work in business is part of God’s purpose for the world he created, loves and is restoring; yet business, like all of life, has been corrupted, so there are tough challenges.

The third Faith in Business conference asks what the commands of Jesus – to love God and neighbour – mean in competitive business.

In the wake of the Carillion collapse, described by MPs as resulting from recklessness, hubris and greed, our top speakers and business people will share their experiences and invite your critical participation.

Speakers:
Rebecca and Jonathan Cain: Organisational development consultant and coach; and engineering director turned priest.
John Kirkby: Christians Against Poverty founder and reformed business owner.
Stewart Davies: Business leader with over fifteen years’ MD / CEO experience.
June Dennis: Dean of Staffordshire Business School.

There will be time to question, reflect, and discuss, to browse stalls, and to network over a good lunch and refreshments.
Full details online
HERE

Event Date: 20181013
Event Price: £50

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