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Business as Mission: What Does It Look Like In Practice?

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Panel Discussion: Business as Mission: What Does It Look Like in Practice?

Date: March 25, 2014, 1:30pm-3:30pm

Location: Southeastern Seminary Campus, Jacumin-Simpson, Eitel Auditorium

Moderator: Preston Parrish

Panelists: Cliff Benson, William Lewis Boddie, Don Dancer, and Sidney Hinton (For more information about these speakers and others, please visit the speakers page.)

The Business, Vocation, and the Great Commission Panel Discussion is co-sponsored by the L Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture and the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty, and its theme represents a convergence of the mission of both organizations. Our calling as believers in Christ includes the vocation of business. A biblical theology of economics and ethics provides the blueprint for how we conduct business.

Acton Institute is an educational organization committed to exploring the foundation of faith, work, and economics with the goal of human flourishing. Acton develops resources to equip Christian leaders and those whom they influence to understand the intersection of faith, culture and public life. Their resources include a new film series/docu-drama For the Life of the World: Letters to the Exiles on the topic of human flourishing, other church small group video-based curricula such as Our Great Exchange, its premiere annual event, Acton University, and the Abraham Kuyper Translation Project. These are a sampling of resources that represent a rich 24-year history; engaging in seminal scholarship, providing unparalleled educational experiences, and equipping leaders with unique resources to engage the broader Christian community. To learn more about these and other resources visit www.acton.org.

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