Christian theology is just as important for your business life as finance, operations, sales, or employees.
The world of church, Bible studies, and sermons often seems remote from the world of business. Hiring, supply chains, operations, management, investing and customer service feels distant from the stories of apostles, prophets, patriarchs and parables.
Is there also a way to link the heart of Christian faith to the actual day-to-day work of business leadership? What are the best starting points for a practical theology that can shape our work life? What might that mean for customers, employees, stakeholders and society at large?
Jeff Haanen, Executive Director of the Denver Institute for Faith and Work, challenges us to think theologically about business. By drawing on five classical Christian doctrines—creation, Trinity, resurrection, vocation, and cross—Jeff opens up promising avenues toward integrating a deep faith with the demands of the marketplace.
What You'll Learn
- How does Christian faith impact the way we conduct business?
- How business has been corrupted by sin and redeemed by Christ
- How can we organize a workplace by the values of the Kingdom of God?
- How can we promote the flourishing of our clients, vendors, and employees?
- How business factors into God’s creative work
Executive Director of Denver Institute for Faith & Work