February 22, 2021 • Webinar
Hosted on March 25th, 2021 at 10:00AM (PST)
Research tells us that seasons of challenge often hold extraordinary opportunity for joy. That’s a nice idea, but what does it really mean? How do we find joy amidst suffering? How do we embody joy as leaders and in our work?
To help us answer these questions, this event features Angela Williams Gorrell, researcher and author. Angela’s own story is remarkable in part because while she was researching joy at Yale, a series of tragic losses unfolded in her personal life. So, she had to decide if she was going to lean into the research, the wisdom, and the hope that the Bible teaches, and if so, find what that would look like on a really practical level.
Do you want your leadership to feel like an act of joy? Or simply want to feel more joy in your work? Join us for a thoughtful conversation and practical tips with Angela.
Date & Time:
Thursday March 25, 2021
Zoom (online). Register by clicking the button below.
Registration is free.
About Our Speakers
Rev. Angela Gorrell, Ph.D., researches and teaches courses on ministry in a new media landscape, joy, meaning-making, Christian education and formation, and the interconnected nature of mental and spiritual health. She is Assistant Professor of Practical Theology at Baylor University’s Truett Theological Seminary and an ordained pastor in the Mennonite Church USA with fourteen years of ministry experience. Dr. Gorrell did her postdoctoral research work as an associate research scholar at the Yale Center for Faith and Culture at Yale University with Miroslav Volf working on the Theology of Joy and the Good Life project. Her first book, Always On: practicing faith in a new media landscape was published in May 2019 and her second book The Gravity of Joy: A Story of Being Lost and Found will be released in March 2021.
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Michaela O’Donnell Long is the Senior Director of the De Pree Center and an Adjunct Instructor of Practical Theology and Leadership at Fuller Seminary where she teaches classes on leadership and vocation.
Michaela’s first book is due out in 2021! It is about finding meaning in a changing world of work. She regularly writes and teaches on the topics of: vocation, changing world of work, innovative leadership, practical theology, and women in leadership.
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