Date: Jan 26, 2018 (Fri)
Time: 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Venue: Lumina College, 3/F, Breakthrough Centre, 191 Woosung Street, Jordan, Kowloon, HK
“Why a University in Prison?” i.e. Why would prisoners be interested in a liberal arts education, and why would a college be interested in teaching these students? These questions highlight the goals of Christian education, because these students are certainly not studying for status or to get a better career.
Professor of Psychology
God’s Word is filled with insight, instruction, and narratives about his people at work. I will sketch some of the scope of this topic, drawing on the Theology of Work Project, a commentary on what every book of the Bible has to say about our work. Then I will look at the story of Joseph through the lens of a career. As we don’t want to put our work against our families and our church, we will talk about what it means to live an integrated life.
Executive in Residence Emeritus at the School of Business, Government, and Economics
Seattle Pacific University
• MA in Intercultural Studies (Wheaton College)
• MA in Communication: Digital Storytelling (Asbury University)
• MBA (Cairn University)
Head of Academic Programs
Lumina College, Hong Kong
Seminar and Introduction to Master Programmes will be conducted in English
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