REWORK SEEMS COMPLICATED.

YOU WANT TO UNDERSTAND OUR MINISTRY.

WE WANT TO HELP.

 
 
 
 

Our mission.

To inspire people in the workplace to follow Jesus by creating and growing a network of leaders in the workplace who are intentional about inspiring their co-workers to follow Jesus.

Why do we exist?

To reach the unreached in the marketplace because Jesus brought the Kingdom of God to earth and everyone is invited to participate in it.

 
 
 

WE HAVE A PLAN TO INSPIRE THE CHURCH TO BE MISSIONAL AT WORK.

INSPIRE

  • ReWork creates opportunities to inspire and equip the church to be missional at work. We want them to love Jesus, love their co-workers like Jesus loves them, and have a plan for sharing their faith with the next generation. ­­

    • ReWork’s Monday Email

      Our goal is to help Christians integrate their faith and their career so their work has spiritual purpose. So, we’ve created a subscriber-based weekly email that delivers practical, relevant content to their inboxes. Love to write? We always welcome contributions!

    • Podcast

      Yes, we have a podcast! Each month, Doug Hurley sits down with an innovator and leader within the Christian community to discuss a specific topic related to the way we live out our faith at work. Want to partner with us? We would love for you to be our guest speaker!

ENGAGE

  • We seek to foster environments where Christians can explore the concept of work and faith integration that promotes outreach in the workplace.

    • Events

      ReWork hosts an early morning weekday breakfast event twice a year. It  provides great “value-add” marketplace content for the business community and serves as an “invest and invite” opportunity for marketplace Christians. This is a great opportunity for the “never attendee” to come to our church.

    • Short-Term Groups

      ReWork groups exist to encourage conversations about what it could look like to bridge the gap between faith and work. Groups meet bi-weekly for three months. The curriculum is designed to equip Christians to live out their faith at work and positively impact the lives of their co-workers. 

LEAD

  • ReWork also equips leaders to create safe, attractive, and nonthreatening environments where skeptics can explore faith. This initiative is called Life Lessons Over Lunch, a workplace group environment where participants meet on a regular basis to view a relevant message over a free lunch. Thanks to your hard work preparing great messages, now at lunchtime at their office, someone that would not have stepped into a church is watching many of our great series. How cool is that!

 
 
 
 
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The faith of the youngest generations is at stake.

Our culture is changing.

The number of people coming to church to learn about Jesus is decreasing. For the first time, the youngest generations are living in a post-Christian society with little knowledge of who Jesus is and what he wants for them. Therefore, we need to change our outreach strategies to do whatever it takes to reach the unreached. One way we do that creating and growing a network of leaders in the workplace who are intentional about inspiring their co-workers to follow Jesus. We cannot wait for them to come to us. 

We’re focusing on the marketplace to reach the unchurched where they are.

  • 150+ million people work outside the home each day.

  • An employed person spends over half of their waking hours at work.

  • Millennials are the largest generation in the U.S. labor force today, 59 percent of Millennials raised in a church have dropped out.

  • Gen Z is the most spiritually illiterate generation Western civilization has ever seen, and they will soon become the largest generation in the marketplace.

We need to change our outreach strategies to do whatever it takes to reach the unreached.

  • In the post-Christian era, we cannot rely solely on Sunday church services to reach the unreached. We can no longer invite and expect them to attend. We need to invest in others with intentionality.

  • Church attendees can be more effective missionaries in their workplaces than any pastor, because they have the relationships and the influence. They could be irresistible Christians, but many don’t know how to integrate their faith and their work.

 

Questions? Comments? Ideas? Coffee? Let’s chat!