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The Center for Transformational Churches, Made to Flourish Pastors’ Network and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School’s Masters of Divinity Program invite pastors, theology students, professors, and marketplace professionals to the Avodah Summit.

The conversations and workshops at the Avodah Summit (October 20-21, 2016) are designed to give pastors and leaders theological vision and practical tools to help believers connect their faith to their daily work and the flourishing of their communities. Held on the campus of Trinity International University, the Avodah Summit will underscore God’s intentions for all parts of our lives to be meaningful and sacred, part of God’s mission in the reconciliation of all things.

Avodah is used in the Old Testament to mean both work, worship and service. From Genesis to Joshua to the Psalms, it points toward the integrated life that believers are called to – a life in which worship and work join in loving service for God and neighbor.

Come hear speakers such as Skye Jethani, Steve Garber, Katelyn Beaty, Greg Forster, Jimmy Lee, Aaron Niequist, and Vincent Bacote on how Christian discipleship means helping every person in the body of Christ work faithfully for the transformation of our lives, communities and world. Join us for this time of learning, networking, exploration and innovation.
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Both Trinity Evangelical Divinity School students and those planning to view the livestream of the Avodah Summit at the Kendall Center in Miami, Florida can register here. For those attending the live stream at the Kendall Center, click here for the schedule of events.