How can we honor God in the workplace? What does it look like to surrender your whole self to Jesus, including your professional life? Can I connect with other Christians in business through a Moody Church ministry?
Join us bimonthly for our Moody Business Network Luncheons, a series of six lunches featuring a distinguished speaker held at the Union League Club downtown. Network with other believers across various professions, enjoy a delicious lunch, and hear an engaging testimony of a Christ follower serving the Lord in business. Our speakers share how God has changed their lives and impacted the way they do business. Listen to inspiring principles about how to integrate God’s truth into your work environment.
This is a wonderful opportunity to bring along an unsaved coworker to hear the gospel and see how knowing Christ changes your life. Registration is required, so please sign up below for our next luncheon!
Location: Union League Club, 65 W. Jackson Boulevard, Chicago
Time: 11:45am–1:00pm. Check below to find the date and speaker for our upcoming luncheon.
Cost: $35/ticket, with tables holding up to 8. Bring a friend along!
Attire: Business casual (no jeans, per the Union League Club)
Our Next Luncheon: Friday, October 5th
Join us on Friday, October 5 to hear an engaging testimony from Mr. Mark Elfstrand, executive producer and host of “Let’s Talk with Mark Elfstrand.” Mark can be heard across Chicagoland from 4-6:00pm weekdays on WYLL-AM 1160, as he dissects and discusses current events and culture.
Previously, Mark was the executive producer and host of the morning drive program on Moody Radio Chicago and earlier worked at radio stations in Pittsburgh, Dallas, and Sacramento.
Mark has sales, marketing and management experience and started two businesses. He has presented seminars on leadership and has been a speaker at conferences and retreats. He has authored two books: Recliner Reflections, a devotional based on Mark’s open-heart surgery (May 2005), and 10 Passions of a Man’s Soul (Moody Publishers, 2006). He also writes a weekly blog on business and leadership topics with a faith perspective.
Mark helped launch two community wide organizations: The Greater Pittsburgh Community Leaders Prayer Breakfast and the Chicago Executive Forum, an impactful assemblage of some of the area’s top business leaders.
He will share his life’s story as well as some of the key principles he has observed over the decades at the intersection of faith and our career. This is a fantastic opportunity to share lunch–and your faith–with a coworker, so don’t forget to invite them.