This weekend, the Tertiary Students Christian Fellowship is hosting a seminar in Auckland to consider the issues involved with postgraduate life, whether in further academic study or in the workplace. One of the biggest challenges Christians often face is in integrating their faith with vocational or academic work. This Saturday (the 29th of May) Catalyst, TSCF’s ministry to graduates, postgraduates and academics, will be running a one day seminary led by Dr Bev Norsworthy. Norsworthy, one of New Zealand’s leading educators, will be exploring three crucial questions:
• What is the gospel and how does it impact your postgraduate study?
• In what ways can the gospel be applied to research and teaching?
• How can postgraduate research be done for the glory of God?
The seminar completes a national tour that has been running throughout the country in 2010. The day will run from 9am until 5pm, with morning and afternoon tea provided.
When: Saturday 29th May 9am-5pm
Where: Carey College Christian School, Domain Road, Panmure, Auckland
For more information and registration visit www.catalyst.ac.nz/events/2010/postgraduate-seminars or email firstname.lastname@example.org