7/10/2023 10:00 am - 7/10/2023 2:00 pm
Key speakers: Kwen Ip, Anthony Lo
Who is it for: Working young adults (aged 20s-40s)
Quota: 30 participants
Achieving work-life balance is an increasingly popular pursuit as we seek to maintain harmony between our professional and personal lives.
Some people feel that work and career progression need to be prioritized at all cost, while some others love to pursue self-care and hobbies and interests, and see work as a necessary "evil" to support their lifestyle.
Is the pursuit of work-life balance as a life goal aligned with God's heart? Is it the cure to burn-out? Or are we falling for a new idol? How may we have life to the fullest?
Join this one-off class as we explore these questions and learn more about God's heart for our work.
(This class is a continuation of the previous WORK+ program, but participation of the previous WORK+ program is not a prerequisite.)
About the speakers:
Kwen is the Director of Women’s Ministry at Island ECC. She spent half of her working life in the corporate world of international telecoms, Executive Coaching and Organisational Development. The other half was in ministry as Managing Director of Advancement (ELIC HK) and now at Island ECC. Kwen is passionate about awakening, raising and mobilising (ARMing) God’s people for kingdom living and the workplace is one of the places she has set her sights on.
Anthony is a director of Lawyers Christian Fellowship (LCF) and a fellow of Hong Kong Institute of Marketplace Transformation (HKIMT). Anthony has been passionate about serving God and expanding His Kingdom in the marketplace. He furthered developed his interest and knowledge on marketplace theology in the fellows programme of HKIMT since 2021. Anthony is now an in-house legal counsel at an investment bank by profession.