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Denver Institute for Faith and Work

We are an educational nonprofit exploring how faith informs work, calling, and culture. Our passion is to form people who participate in Christ's reconciliation of the world through their work.

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Educational Resources

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Religion 

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We provide media, storytelling, teaching, and educational resources for churches, businesses, groups, and individuals.

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Church Partnership Network

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Religion 

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General Public

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The purpose of the Church Partnership Network is to multiply the number of culturally-engaged churches in the Front Range.

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"Partnering with Denver Institute for Faith & Work was a no-brainer for us. To see Boulder transformed by the power of the gospel will require every member of our church to have a renewed vision for work. A vision where people see their work and faith integrated - not separate."

- Matt Patrick, Teaching and Lead Pastor, The Well (Boulder)

Events & Forums

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Religion 

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General Public

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We host vocation events in partnership with local churches to help professionals engage with the theology of work and vocation.

We also organize public forums, industry-specific events that allow participants to engage with critical questions involving the gospel and work. Presenters speak on the integration of faith and specific fields of work (e.g., health care, education, the service sector, art, business or media).

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"For me, the most valuable part of the [event] was honest, open dialogue about my professional int eh context of shared Christian faith with other believers. I can't remember ever having the opportunity to talk about health care, the struggles, the good, bad, and ugly in this way."

- Samuel Jordan, Assistant Vice President, Hospital Corporation of America

5280 Fellowship

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Education 

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Adults

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The 5280 Fellowship is a rigorous and selective program for emerging leaders in the metro Denver area. Through reading, discussion, instruction, and meetings with senior leaders from diverse sectors, 5280 Fellows will develop robust networks and the spiritual, intellectual, relational, and professional foundations necessary to deeply understand their work in light of the gospel.

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