Links to all the sessions

Session 1 – The Big Story

Our conference kicked off with a talk by Luke Bobo on a theology of work. Luke will discuss work through the lens of the biblical creation narrative, reflecting on our formation, fall, redemption, and consummation of the kingdom. Luke will help us to view ourselves as God’s image-bearers. Together we will consider—God’s mandate for us to work (Genesis 1-2); the ways sin breaks human relationships and distorts our relationship with work; why we need redemption to bring work and calling into perspective; and how God makes all things new in a new heaven and earth.

Session 2 – The Ten Myths of Work

In this session, Paige Wiley will took us on a journey of the ten myths of work, such as—work is a necessary evil; my work defines my worth; there is only one “right” career path for me; and if I’m serious about my faith, I need to consider doing global missions or pastoral ministry.

Breakout Application Sessions 

Having the right tools will help you to navigate your exit from college life and entry into the workforce.

Personal Budgets, Benefits, and Investments

10 bible verses about work that every Christian should know

Session 3 – Workshop: Finding Your Calling

In our final session of the day, Luke and Wiley will lead a workshop about the two callings in our lives, discerning vocation, and compiling a wandering map to put the pieces of our calling together with what happens after college.

Recommended resource list:

The Call: Finding and Fulfilling God’s Purpose For Your Life by Os Guinness

Garden City: Work, Rest, and the Art of Being Human by John Mark Comer

Every Good Endeavor: Connecting Your Work to God’s Work by Timothy Keller

Art and Faith: A Theology of Making by Makoto Fujimura