Finding God in our Daily Labors

This Community Lecture, given by author and speaker, Dr. Chris Armstrong, will be focused on what God thinks about our daily chores and labors. Whether we go to an office from 9-5 or work around the clock caring for our children, God cares about and desires for us to do our work for His glory. Dr. Armstrong has spent many years studying and writing about seeing God's presence in our daily labors. He will be speaking on aspects of how Medieval writings influenced C.S. Lewis and his view of the sacredness of our daily labors.

 

 

Dr. Chris R. Armstrong directs Opus: The Art of Work at Wheaton College, where he also serves on the biblical and theological studies faculty. He holds a doctorate in church history and taught for ten years in higher education.  Chris has written Patron Saints for Postmoderns (IVP, 2009) and Medieval Wisdom: Finding Authentic Faith in a Forgotten Age with C. S. Lewis (Baker Academic, May 2016). He is senior editor of Christian History magazine and founding senior editor of the Patheos Faith and Work channel. He is also a huge fan of C.S. Lewis’ writing and loves brushing shoulders with Lewis scholars.


Date: April 25th, 2018
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM EST
Speaker: Chris Armstrong
Location: Living Hope Church | 3030 Schoolhouse Road, Middletown, PA
Registration: $8 per person


 

 
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