Praise God for His blessings on our recent "Job Search Boot Camp!"
84 guests attended and received professional training on resume writing, interview skills, and available community resources. They also heard an encouraging testimony, and were able to participate in a "Q&A" session with our panel of employers. Pastor Bruce shared a wonderful message on, "Trusting God in the Workplace" during the plenary session. And, everyone enjoyed refreshments from Panera and lunch from Wood Ranch!
Many attendees commented on how encouraged they felt, and how their sense of hope was renewed. Best of all, the Lord Jesus was lifted up, and the gospel was proclaimed!
Click on the name of the workshop to download a pdf of the presentation:
"Resumes that Create a Great First Impression" by David Steinhart, MA.
"Interviewing Best Practices" by Fern Perusse-Filzen, CPC, ACC, FLMI.
"Career Transition Resources for 2014" by Dan Fisher, MBA.
Thank you to everyone who helped make this tremendous event happen!
"Light your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven."
(Jesus - Matthew )
beyond sunday "A-Teams" (Assist Teams)
"A-Teams" are comprised of volunteers from Calvary Nexus who make themselves available to help meet needs of people in our church and community.
Currently, we have seven teams:
Car Repair (help fix basic car problems)
Outdoor Projects (help people repair problems outside their homes, e.g., mowing lawns, gardening, painting)
Monthly Meal (help host a free hot meal for people in need every 3rd Thursday)
Meals Ministry (provide meals for people recovering from surgery, childbirth, health issues, etc.)
Moving Team (help people move)
Indoor Projects (help people repair problems inside their homes, e.g., cleaning, painting, simple plumbing)
Transportation (provide rides for people to appointments, shopping, picking up prescriptions, etc.)
If you are interested in learning how to get involved serving on an A-Team, please email Pastor Robb at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"And let our people also learn to maintain good works, to meet urgent needs, that they may not be unfruitful." (Titus )