work and the image of God

Mark speaks in various venues here and in the U.S., and a topic you’ll hear him return to often is how we are made in the image of God. Yesterday I was invited (as one of the students at the seminary in the session right now)  to come to a round-table conversation on, you guessed it, work and the image of God.  What was cool about it was that the people attending were not just students or professors, but folks who work at the seminary in a lot of different capacities.

In a sense this was a preview of a conference coming up in January (as advertised in the little video here – it’s meant to look like a subway train coming in to the station!) –  

– but in another sense, it was just a short, hour-long ‘swimming around in’ the topic for those who might not ordinarily have come to a theological conference.  Anyway, this is just a bird’s-eye view of some of the things we’re involved in here.

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2 Responses to work and the image of God

  1. Reminds me of my Theology of Work class in seminary!! Some book recommendations – The Other Six Days, and also Joy at Work (not a big fan of this, since it’s more for the business sector)

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