Wisdomfest 2020

Worshiping God as we work for the common good.

Sermons

Week 1 – The Story of Work (6/21)

Week 2 – The Danger of Work (6/28)

Week 3 – The Dignity of Work (7/5)

Week 4 – The Rhythm of Work (7/12)

Week 5 – The Satisfaction of Work (7/19)

Workshops

June 28th @ 10:45 a.m. // Taylors Campus

Many people spend many hours each week at work—and the atmosphere of that work environment has a significant impact that infiltrates every area of our lives. If you find yourself in a toxic culture, come join us and learn what it means to create a personal strategy for succeeding in the middle of the mess. This workshop can’t make the negativity go away, but it can definitely help you take steps to rise above it.

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July 5th @ 11 a.m. // Taylors Campus

Community Room

Being a creative person doesn’t mean you have to pick up a brush or a guitar. Creativity isn’t confined to art and music. Creativity is like a muscle that needs exercise. This workshop on creative thinking will help you understand how creativity happens, and we will cover several practical tips for optimizing your creativity. You will walk away with a strategy for growing your creative muscle.

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July 12th @ 9:15 a.m. // Taylors Campus

Community Room

Sharing Jesus with those closest to us can be the hardest. Come and hear how people here at NHC are doing this on a regular basis in the workplace. We hope you leave encouraged and more equipped to have Gospel conversations with those you work with.

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July 12th at 11:00 a.m. // Taylors Campus

Community Room

Our culture promotes life as idyllic once freed from working, However, God’s word teaches us that what we do every day matters. As we get older and our priorities and energy levels change, what might work look like for us now? How does God want us to further invest our lives in His kingdom as we age? Come join us for a vibrant discussion of retirement that works for the glory of God and our fulfillment.

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July 19th at 9:15 a.m. // Taylors Campus

Community Room

What is my calling and how do I find it? Whether you’re wondering what you want to do when you grow up, or you’re already grown up and wondering what’s next, this workshop is for you! Join us as we use a simple tool to help you practically answer these big questions.

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July 19th at 11 a.m. // Taylors Campus

Community Room

The #1 factor that influences how people feel about work is their direct supervisor. And since work is where the majority of people spend most of their waking hours, the relationship people have with their managers directly affects overall quality of life. If you have direct reports (staff or volunteers), managing them is not what you do when you have extra time. It is the most important thing on your job description! Come learn three specific leadership actions you can implement immediately to make life better for everyone.

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Weekly Luncheons

In July, we will be offering weekly lunches every Wednesday from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. to explore what it looks like to share the Gospel in the workplace, tools to help, and table discussions around the topic. Each lunch will feature a different tool, so feel free to register for multiple lunches. 

All lunches will take place in the Community Room at the Taylors Campus.

Podcasts

Shrinking Distractions; Increasing Focus

Ecclesiastes 9:10 exhorts us, “Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with your might.” This may seem like a straightforward command, but living this out in a world of cell phones, social media, email, chatty coworkers, and the siren call of endless opportunities and demands can make wholehearted work seem impossible. Join Peter Hubbard as he talks with Olympic medalist, author, and financial services trainer Paul Kingsman about shrinking distractions and increasing focus.

More podcasts coming soon!

Streamed Workshops

Increasing Creativity

Speaker: Justin Pidcock

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This workshop is designed to help you improve your creative thinking skills. We cover 10 tips for cultivating creativity, and go over a number practical exercises that you can do to grow your creative muscle!

 

Retirement that Works

Speaker: Alan Bunn & Paul Kingsman

Our culture promotes life as idyllic once freed from working. However, God’s word teaches us that what we do every day matters. As we get older and our priorities and energy levels change, what might work look like for us now? How does God want us to further invest our lives in His kingdom as we age? Come join us for a vibrant discussion of retirement that works for the glory of God and our fulfillment.

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