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The mission of Seattle Presbytery is to participate, in word and deed, in God’s transforming work through the Gospel of Jesus Christ: †by strengthening the witness and mission of our congregations and members and by building strong partnerships with each other and the larger Christian community.

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Community Event: Making Work Meaningful

Seattle Presbytery

SEATTLE – In conjunction with Senior Pastor George Hinman’s eight-week sermon series, “Take This Job and Love It,” University Presbyterian Church is hosting a workshop featuring R. Paul Stevens and Jeff Van Duzer. Registration includes a copy of both speakers’ newly released books. The event is co-sponsored by Seattle Pacific University’s Center for Integrity in Business and Bakke Graduate University; in association with Kiros, Teleois, and Professional Women’s Fellowship.

Making Work Meaningful
Sat., Nov. 20 | 8:30 am – 4 pm
University Presbyterian Church | Larson Hall

$30, early registration; $40, after Nov. 15; cost includes copies of both speakers’ new books

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About R. Paul Stevens, Ph.D.
Stevens is an adjunct professor at Bakke Graduate University and Professor Emeritus at Regent College, Vancouver, BC. He has worked in church leadership, business, student counseling and the academic world. Stevens is the author of many books, including his latest, “Taking Your Soul to Work.”

About Jeff Van Duzer, J.D.
In 2001, Van Duzer left a thriving law practice, to serve as Dean of the School of Business and Economics at Seattle Pacific University. He writes and speaks frequently in both church and professional settings. His new book, “Why Business Matters to God (And What Still Needs to be Fixed,” was published in October.

About University Presbyterian Church
University Presbyterian Church was founded in 1908 near Seattle’s University of Washington. Today we are a church of more than 4,500 members, but despite our size, UPC is focused on helping people of all ages find community and ways to serve through mission and ministry.