Finding Your New Career Workshop


7 steps to jobs, careers and God’s calling

According to a recent Gallup poll, the number one thing that most people want is a good job. Did you know:

  • More than 50% of people employed are dissatisfied with their jobs…
  • 60% of people actively looking for a job are either unemployed or underemployed…
  • Many of the people who love their job and are good at it also want their life to be more purposeful…

If this describes you, the Finding Your New Career Workshop is a must attend activity for you!

Based on the Crossroads Career curriculum, topics include discovering your God-given talents, networking, resumes, interviewing, evaluating offers and much, much more.

Please take a moment to view our workshop overview video:

Our workshop facilitator is Dr. Kim Moore (, Grace Family Church member and Purpose Career Ministry Coach.

Dr. Moore is a John C. Maxwell certified coach, speaker and trainer who equips aspiring, emerging and experienced leaders to expand their influence, lead with confidence and achieve significance!

Here is our workshop agenda:

7:30- 7:40      Check-In / Networking
7:40- 9:00      Session I: Upward
9:00- 9:10      Break / Networking
9:10-10:30     Session II: Inward
10:30-10:40  Break / Networking
10:40-12:00  Session III: Outward
12:00-12:30  Graduation / Networking

Biblical teaching, exercises and devotionals will help you hear and follow God’s calling.

Your investment for the Finding Your New Career Workshop is $40.00 which includes a workbook, continental breakfast and snacks.

Find your purpose while meeting your career and job search needs during this half-day workshop!

Purpose: Know It, Live It, Love It!


Date: December 3, 2016
Time: 7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. ET
Event: Finding Your New Career Workshop
Topic: 7 steps to jobs, careers and God's calling
Venue: Grace Family Church
Location: 5101 Van Dyke Road
Lutz, FL 33558
Public: Public
Registration: Click here to register.

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