OCTOBER 28 - DECEMBER 16
ROOM: EMC 330B
TAUGHT BY: PJ WHERY
Hosted by The Collaborative
This class is designed to equip participants with a basic awareness of the ethical issues that technology presents - including designer babies and artificial intelligence - and provide them with preliminary tools to grapple with these issues. While the class will provide an opening and closing framework to understand technology in the general sense, the majority of the class will be used to examine specific issues.
To love the community you have to know the community. Join us from the comfort of your desk for 6 Questions on Facebook Live with Orange County Bar president, Richard Dellinger, as we learn more about the legal landscape and Richard’s vision for the common good.
Growing a kingdom business is both an art and a science. The art deals with tapping into the owner’s passion and leveraging the business’ competitive advantage in order to identify market opportunities while the science is about accurately forecasting, conducting due diligence as well as developing and implementing a winning growth strategy.
The cost of business growth is much more than financial, it is the personal sacrifice as well. If both are not carefully considered, growth may not occur and it can be short-lived or lead to destruction. For all entrepreneurs looking for business growth, this seminar is an essential prerequisite!
An introductory level Faith & Work Class using the Bible to impact work day to day.
Justice Alan Lawson, appointed to the Florida Supreme Court by Governor Scott in 2017, will be our guest as he answers the Six Questions.
The Common Good conference engages participants in a conversation about the common good — a subject that is not often addressed directly, especially among Christians. What is the common good? Why is the common good so central to the mission of the church? And what are some practical ways we can pursue the common good, both as individuals and churches.
Fridays, September 8 - November 17, 1:30pm-3:00pm
The webinar is for Christian business owners, leaders, entrepreneurs and potential entrepreneurs desiring to start and operate a business based on biblical principles. It provides a strong mix of core business concepts and Christian business principles.
A Christian entrepreneurship program that prepares students ages 10-18 for real world business challenges by teaching them the value of teamwork, biblical ethics and taking an idea from conception to development for profit.
In today's rapidly changing, globally competitive marketplace and in our divisive political environment, how might we collaborate with other professionals who share our Biblical worldview?
Drew Trotter, Executive Director of the Consortium of Christian Study Centers, will unpack the issues raised in Shūsaku Endō's novel, Silence, with an engaging presentation reflecting on Martin Scorsese’s recently released cinematic interpretation of the book.
This seminar will inspire everyday people to join God's incredible redemptive story through their everyday work. Sundays, March 26 - April 30; 9:45 a.m. -10:45 a.m. Teachers: Michael Kelley (Gotham Fellow '16) & Jonathan Thigpen
The Collaborative commemorates 500 years of the Reformation with Dr. Peter Heslam lecturing on “Kuyper’s Reflection on Calvin”.
Ticket reservation is now open!
The Collaborative welcomes Andy Crouch, executive editor of Christianity Today, author, classically trained musician, & emerging thought leader in cultural renewal, the faith and work movement, and Christianity in the 21st century.
The Collaborative joyfully co-sponsors this evening of insight, challenge, and inspiration as part of The Heart of the City Foundation's first annual Spring Lecture Series.
Join other curious Christ followers in a book study of Andy Crouch's new book, Strong and Weak. Executive Editor of the popular magazine, Christianity Today, Andy Crouch pulls from the Bible an innovative and fresh approach to leadership. This book study will prepare you for Andy Crouch's visit to Orlando on February 9, 2017.
6 Questions with Mayor Buddy Dyer
If you want to love the city, then you have to know the city. Join us for lunch and a conversation with the Honorable Buddy Dyer, mayor of the City of Orlando. Seating is limited and reservations are required.
In a world saturated with media, how should we as Christians approach the overwhelming array of videos, music and books that flood our senses? In this class, we'll examine how a theological view of history, stretching from Eden to the New Jerusalem, gives us several simple-yet-helpful ways to navigate our everyday choices to watch, listen and create.
Taught by PJ Wehry.