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Kingdom Work: Overcoming the Sacred-Secular Divide

July 15th | 12:00 p.m. | Virtually

God has uniquely gifted each one of us for his purpose. We are called to live out that purpose in part through the work we are called to do. But in a culture that encourages us to drive a divide between secular and sacred, this can be difficult to do. Our response as Christians to our God should be unlimited, all encompassing, and comprehensive, be it through work or any other avenue in which we minister. Join us for a discussion on how to overcome the sacred-secular divide and make your work an act of worship to God in both secular or Chris-centered organizations.

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DFW Tech Prayer Breakfast Panel Talk

July 28th | 12:00 p.m. | Virtually

DBU is joining the DFW Technology Prayer Breakfast in our DFW Technology Panel event called "DFW Tech Talk". We will bring together a unique combination of leaders who are leading with excellence and living out their faith in Christ.

Sign up below and get reminders of this and other events leading up to the annual DFW Technology Prayer Breakfast at the Irving Convention Center.

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Grit

This webinar will focus on how leaders can develop these qualities and spur themselves and those around them to become the type of adaptive, resilient leaders that are ready for any challenge they may face.

FinTech Era

Join representatives from DBU, GuideStone, and GM Financial for an interactive webinar on the technologies set to shape the future of finance.

What Drives You and What Drains You (and Your Team)

Dr. Chris Coultas shares insights into the ways he’s helped top organizations understand the role of motives, values, and drivers in organizational development. Employees are looking for more than just a “job” these days.