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Glory in the Ordinary Webinar

April 25, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

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Many people who fill your church’s pews each week work long hours under stressful conditions. They begin each week with a long list of mundane tasks, and are often placed in situations where no easy answers or solutions exist. Success is not indicated by measurable means, and they don’t get paid a dime for any of it.

When we talk about the intersection of faith and work, the conversation is often limited to the things we get paid to do. But what does the faith and work movement have to say about the hard task of working in the home? How does the gospel infuse purpose into our ordinary moments? And as pastors, how can we care for and shepherd the stay-at-home parents in our pews? Join us as we explore this topic with author, speaker, and stay-at-home mom Courtney Reissig.

About our speaker: Courtney Reissig is a wife, mother, writer, and speaker. Born in California, raised in Texas, all with a couple stints in Michigan before finally graduating from Northwestern College in Minnesota. Reissig met her husband, Daniel, while studying at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. They now live in Little Rock, Arkansas, and are members of Midtown Baptist Church, where her husband serves as an elder. The Reissigs have four boys: Luke, Zach (who are twins), Seth, and Ben. Reissig is the author of several books, including Glory in the Ordinary: Why Your Work in the Home Matters to God and The Accidental Feminist: Restoring Our Delight in God’s Good Design, and she also writes regularly for The Gospel Coalition, the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, and her own website.


April 25, 2018
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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