The Gospel at Work - Birmingham Conference

Friday, November 22nd, 2013 – Saturday, November 23rd, 2013 (add to calendar)

The Gospel at Work - Birmingham Conference

This conference was born out of a desire to help Christians think and live differently in the workplace: What is God’s purpose for my work? How does the gospel change my work?  It’s also designed to help Christians think wisely and practically about their work: How does applying the truths of the gospel help me manage differently? How does a Christian strategize and plan their career? This conference is ultimately designed with you in mind: a Christian in the workplace. It’s not just for the leaders. It’s not only for entrepreneurs.  It’s for everyone. If you work a 9 to 5, will someday be working a 9 to 5, or are in between working a 9 to 5, then we pray that this conference will build you up.

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Partnership with Like-Minded Churches

This conference is a partnership between pastors and Christians in the workplace.  The initial vision came when Sebastian Traeger, an entrepreneur and an elder at Capitol Hill Baptist Church, attended Together for the Gospel in 2010. On his flight to that gathering of Pastors and Church Leaders he thought through what it would look like to have something similar for “workplace Christians.”  Providentially, a couple months later, he met Corby Megorden, a pastor at Covenant Life Church, outside Washington, DC.  The two of them shared a similar vision.  After years of talking and planning, the inaugural “The Gospel at Work” conference was hosted in Gaithersburg, MD in January 2013.

The Gospel at Work is now partnering with The Church at Brook Hills for a conference in Birmingham in November, 2013; The Summit Church for a conference in Raleigh-Durham in January 2014; and with Hinson Baptist Church for a conference in Portland in January 2014.
The Gospel at Work is officially a ministry of Capitol Hill Baptist Church, and is collaboration between and other like-minded organizations and individuals.  If you have any questions or would like to know more, please don’t hesitate to reach out to