What We’re Talking About In Our Workplace Groups:
Jesus wants you to have amazing experiences with him right now through the unique quality of life that he offers.
How many times have you heard a statement like that in your lifetime? What do you honestly feel when you hear that statement?
One of the problems we face is that many of us have come to believe that we already understand enough about what this unique kind of life Jesus talks about is really supposed to feel like.
But, to be honest, we’ve gotten used to simplified understandings of this “life” that is described so often in Scripture, and this unintentionally devalues the gifts of God into something far less than He wants for us to experience right now.
Come and hang out with us as we’re exploring what it means to enjoy so much more of this kind of life with God and gain a clearer picture of how this will impact the way you engage in the world around you.
If Jesus were to ask you, “What do you want me to do for you?” (Mark 10:51) what would you really want to ask him for? Do you really know what He’s capable of doing?
Where: Financial District + Seaport
When: Every two weeks on a weekday morning before work (generally 6:45-8am)
Who: Christians in our 20’s and 30’s from a number of different Boston churches including Reality, Aletheia, High Rock, Park Street and others
If you’re interested, read on to find out more!
I’d love to know if you’re interested in engaging with others in this way.
If you’re able to connect, it’d be great to have a short meeting over coffee or lunch downtown just to hear more about you and see if this might be a good fit for you.
And if you’re unsure of whether or not this might fit into your schedule currently, there’s no pressure to get involved in anything at all. So, don’t hesitate to reach out; it would be great to meet you!
Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in learning more about this. You can also text me at 423-329-0822.
Are you interested in spiritual community during your workday? Is that something you’d be excited about trying to figure out?
From talking with alumni, we have heard that integrating faith and work is challenging. You don’t have much space for spiritual conversations with co-workers during the day. Inviting to church can be daunting and a hard first step. Work can be overwhelming or simply feel not very important to God’s kingdom.
We would love to try and help make spiritual community at work a reality and begin to address some of these challenges.
One of the things we’ve been able to create for the alumni community is a map of where all the Cru alumni work in the city, as well as other young professionals in the same boat.
From this we have discovered many of you work near each other or even in the same company!
A few groups have sprung up (we’re calling them G3s – groups of 3), of alumni getting together for lunch, morning prayer, Friday afternoons, etc. to encourage one another, experience community, and seek Christ together.