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Love work; live life


This was the challenge put out to those who gathered to hear David Oliver on

Tuesday, 15 May, 2007
at
7.30pm
in
Culduthel Christian Centre


God can use you whatever you're doing!

Listen to a short interview with David Oliver

Love work live life



Do you ever wonder whether you're wasting your talents at your place of work?
Do you feel guilty that you're not working full time for the church, and that
God will only bless you if you give up your current occupation?


LWLL flier

 

Often, we make ourselves feel like second-class Christians because we have 'secular' jobs.
We don't think we are serving God as well as if we were doing something 'more spiritual'.
If you look at the Bible, however, you will discover countless individuals used by God in
a profound way - in their place of work. Love Work, Live Life!  challenges the myths
surrounding our working lives, uncovering how our occupations are just as much a ministry
to those around as anything else.

See whole flier by <clicking here>.

 

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Some pictures from the Inverness event

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Part of the Care for the Family team - (from left) Julian Perkins (Project Manager), Tricia Fraser (CFF Scotland), Annette Maclean (Dingwall Baptist Church), David Wilson (CFF Scotland Manager),  David and Jill Oliver (CFF - Love Work, Live Life)


 


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Coming together for the Love Work, Live Life event at Culduthel Christian Centre


 


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Setting the scene - some "high impact" statistics


 


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Some of the resources available on the night




 
Feedback:
Editor 16/05/2007 11:20
David Oliver delivered a challenging message which cut through the "heresies" of the clergy/laity and secular/sacred divides; and threw out the challenge for every believing Christian to see God's destiny for their lives in their daily situation.

David's book "Love work, live life" can be obtained from Care for the Family Tel. 029 2081 0800 or visit www.careforthefamily.org.uk

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