Are you called to enterprise? That question is difficult to discern, especially when religious traditions have little to say about engagement in the marketplace. If you're a person of faith and drawn to business, it feels like you're on your own to figure it out. But you're not alone. Many leaders are discovering that entrepreneurship is a calling to use God-given gifts to repair the world. Join entrepreneur and minister Daniel Pryfogle on Feb. 7 for a unique take on a special vocation.
About Daniel Pryfogle
Daniel is the founder and CEO of Signal Hill, a leadership and brand studio that helps people lead through story, and founder of Senior Correspondent, an award-winning digital news venture that amplifies the voices of older adults for the good of society. He is also co-founder and pastor of Sympara, a covenantal community. Trained as a journalist, ordained as a minister, and baptized in business as an entrepreneur, Daniel delights in accompanying leaders as they discover and act on the power of their stories. He comes from a family of ministers and entrepreneurs, which means he has spent his life wrestling with vocation and mixing it up in the marketplace. He has taught in the Duke University Certificate Program in Nonprofit Management and the Faith-Based Leadership Institute. He also guided the creation of the Nollau Institute, a leadership formation program of the Council of Health and Human Service Ministries of the United Church of Christ.
Pathways in Ministry provides workshops and panel discussions to support students in their vocational discernment by exposing them to the many paths of engaging in professional ministry and to provide resources for personal and professional skill development so students may attain and thrive in life-giving ministry careers.
For questions or more information, please contact Christopher T. Copeland, Director of Leadership Development & Spiritual Life: email@example.com; 336.758.3629.
Wednesday, February 7 at 11:00am to 12:15pm
Wingate Hall, Room 202
1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106