Two of the biggest obstacles for Christians sharing their faith at work is knowing what is legally permissible as well as what is prudent.
Craig Schauer ('05), an attorney with Brooks Pierce in Raleigh, will share over dinner from his knowledge of religious liberty law in a talk and Q&A entitled "Religious Liberties at Work: Freedoms and Restrictions." We highly recommend attendance to learn more about the state of the law.
Stick around after dinner for dessert, as Michael Thompson and Jordan Belt of the Turas Group will lead a discussion about faith and work that will further equip us to live out our faith in everyday life.
This 4D Dinner & Dessert (w/ a suggested $4 donation) will be held in partnership with Christian Business Fellowship.