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faith & work at bethany

Myths of Vocation

Wednesday, August 19, 7:30-8:30pm, Online - Zoom, Register Here

What is your job FOR? Do we have our job in the right role, or do we expect it to do more, or less, than it’s designed to? Join this one hour class and discussion to talk about the things we expect from our job that it can’t do BUT the incredible things that it CAN.



FaithandWork_Event (1).pngBETHANY FELLOWS: DISCIPLESHIP PROGRAM AT BETHANY

The Bethany Fellows Program is a rigorous, fruitful time of community building and learning. Applications for Fall 2020 are coming soon.

A lot of our lives is spent at work and if you find yourself thinking about what’s next at the company you’re at, changing careers entirely, unhappy where you currently are, trying to find your place in a job you love, or just want to develop spiritually and in your leadership, join us for the Bethany Fellows program, beginning Fall 2020.

Similar to an Executive Leadership program, this heavily theologically-based program is for Christian professionals looking for vocational discernment, who want to embrace how the Gospel can transform their ability to thrive in the workplace and ultimately empower them to flourish in their career aspirations. In the five years we’ve been doing this, we’ve seen the long-term impact on careers and present job satisfaction is significant.

The Bethany Fellows program includes daily devotionals, weekly readings and meetings with a community of Christian professionals, Saturday gatherings, and retreats that are focused on personal reflection and spiritual formation. Our typical class is comprised of people working in a variety of fields, and an ideal candidate demonstrates a commitment to participation, a desire for spiritual growth and an interest in impacting the workplace in the Pacific Northwest.

To learn more specific details about the Bethany Fellows program, or to discern whether this is right for you, please email us with any questions or reservations about joining the program.