Os Hillman, Founder and President of Marketplace Leaders, will lay the foundation of why Christians are called to reclaim the 7 mountains as revealed in the book of Joshua. Os is an internationally-recognized speaker on the subject of faith at work, and has been featured on CNBC, NBC, LA Times, New York Times, and many other national media as a spokesman on faith at work. He has written ten books and a two daily workplace email devotionals called TGIF Today God Is First which is sent to over 120,000 recipients worldwide by email daily. He also developed and teaches The 9 to 5 Window Workshop.

In 1975 Bill Bright, founder of Campus Crusade and Loren Cunningham, founder of Youth With a Mission, had lunch together. God simultaneously gave each of them a message to give to the other: “The culture is shaped by seven mind-molders or mountains in society. If we can influence each of these areas for Christ, we will win the culture of our nation.” Unfortunately, we have not been winning the culture since 1975, but losing precious ground.

Os Hillman, Founder and President of Marketplace Leaders, shares why Christians are called to reclaim the 7 mountains and what we must do to reclaim these 7 mountains of culture. You will hear what God is doing among key Christian influencers within the 7 spheres of society and how you can have a greater impact on your area of influence through your work life calling.

In this presentation you will learn:

  • How to have greater influence through your workplace calling
  • To understand the signs of the times as it relates to culture today
  • Why the Arts and Entertainment mountain is the most important culture shaping mountain
  • About people who are taking their mountains and what they had to do
  • Why this focus on reclaiming the 7 mountains of culture is what God is saying to the Church today
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Dimensions5 × 5 × 0.1 in

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