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We believe that marrying our faith to our vocation might have the highest potential among our ministries for direct cultural transformation -- it is a way that every member can be a missionary. In order to understand how exactly we can equip you best, we want to know what work you are doing.

Please take our brief survey below. Exciting things to come!!!
What is your name? *

Are you Retired? *

Which of these most closely describes the industries you have worked in? Check all that apply.

Are you doing any sort of work/volunteering now that you are retired? If so, explain.

Which major industry most closely describes your job?

What is your job title?

What school do you attend?

What level of education are you currently pursuing?

What is your major or field of study?

For what company do you work?

In what city do you work?

How long have you been working in your current industry?

Do you have experience working in another industry? Check all that apply.

It is easy to see where the Gospel intersects with the role of a pastor. But, maybe it's a little harder to see how the Gospel influences you in your role/career.

Is there an area of your work where you're unsure how the Gospel is applied?

Answers could range from the large-scale, like ethical considerations in your industry, to the detailed, like how to make decisions on HR procedures.
We as a church long to invest in you as a professional. What is one way (or many) that you think the Bible Church can assist you in your professional career?

In what city do you live? *

Would you like to see the results of this survey when it comes out in a few months?

In your estimation, what is one of the biggest challenges applying the Gospel to the tasks and vision of everyday work?

Thank you for participating in this survey, {{answer_61665140}}!
We look forward to using your information to further our efforts to bridge the gap between faith and work at Chapel Hill Bible Church. Stay tuned!!!

If a man is called to be a street sweeper, he should sweep streets even as Michelangelo painted, or Beethoven played music, or Shakespeare wrote poetry. He should sweep streets so well that all the hosts of heaven and earth will pause to say, here lived a great street sweeper who did his job well.
-- Martin Luther King, Jr.
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