We wrapped up our Faith & Work Hybrid Conference last Saturday, May 1st and we are so grateful to God for the many ways He has blessed our shared work in putting together this Conference in the midst of our current challenges and opportunities.
The task of hosting a hybrid event in the midst of the pandemic crisis was quite daunting, however, the participation and engagement of everyone involved in this huge undertaking were key to the success of our Faith and Work Conference this year.
Our sincere appreciation also goes to the Dignitaries that include the MP Nelly Shin, MP Ron McKinnon, Mayor Brad West, and Mayor Richard Stewart who joined us last Saturday.
We are also indebted to all our Sponsors, Media Partners, and Supporters who trusted and helped make this Hybrid Conference possible.
We are so thankful to all of our attendees, speakers, high school students, volunteers, and staff whose time, contribution, and efforts brought this Faith & Work Conference experience to life.
We value so much the transparency, vulnerability, and humility of all our 5 speakers as they shared with us, without hesitation, their faith and work journey–including their struggles and challenges. I am quite sure that those who attended have been touched and encouraged by their stories and have been enriched and impacted by their presentations.
Thank you, everyone, for praying with and for us as we once again experienced the goodness and faithfulness of God in guiding us through this journey and making this year’s Faith and Work Hybrid Conference another successful event.