The Fellows program runs Labor Day to Memorial Day. In these nine months, Fellows engage seminal texts for a theology of work and culture: God’s commitment to His Creation, the importance He gives to their work, why the needs of the most vulnerable matter to God, our role in culture-making, and how to bring change and maintain hope in a world of fallen institutions.
Once a week, Fellows gather together in small groups to share a meal, discuss the readings, apply truth into their lives, pray for and encourage each other. Once a month the groups come together for in-depth teaching from subject-matter experts.
The roster of presenters have included:
- Amy L. Sherman, Ph.D, Senior Fellow, Sagamore Institute for Policy Research
- C. Sara Lawrence Minard, Ph.D., Exec. Prof. of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Northeastern Univ.
- Marian Noronha, Founder and President, Turbocam Intl.
- Karen and Glenn Cook, Owners, Cider Hill Farm
- Yvonne Mitto, Compass - Finances God’s Way
- Donald Nelson, COO, Vistaprint/Cimpress
- Stephen L.S. Smith, Ph.D., Exec. Editor, Faith & Economics
- Nancy Matheson-Burns, CEO, Dole and Bailey
- Margaret Hothem, Ed.D., Prof. Emeritus, Gordon College
- John Seel, Dir. of Cultural Engagement, John Templeton Foundation
- Emily Gum, Managing Director, New City Commons
- David W. Gill, Ph.D., Director, Mockler Center for Faith & Ethics in the Workplace, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
- Randy Isaac, Exec. Dir., American Scientific Affiliation
The Fellows program partners with the Mockler Center for Faith and Ethics in the Workplace at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics.