Mark Greene talks at the Movement Day UK 2017 conference in Methodist Central Hall Westminster about the importance of character. He uses the book of Ruth to explore how God can use ordinary people of good character to influence society and bless the disadvantaged.
Mark Greene has been a pioneer in workplace ministry for two decades and has spoken widely on the topic in the UK, continental Europe and in the US.
Underpinning his commitment to seeing God's people equipped and envisioned for ministry, mission and maturity in the workplace lies a broader commitment to seeing God's people envisioned and supported for whatever context they find themselves in - whole-life discipleship.
He has produced a number of workplace resources, notably Thank God it's Monday and the widely distributed Supporting Christians at Work - Without Going Insane. In addition, he has developed Christian Life and Work, a 6-part small group DVD resource, and edited Pocket Prayers for Work. He is also the writer and presenter of theImagine DVD and, with Tracy Cotterell, the editor of Let my People Grow - a collection of essays on whole-life disciplemaking. Most recently he edited and contributed sections to Trevor Cooling's LICC resource Supporting Christians in Education. He is also editor of the Faith at Work (IVP) series.
In 2014, Mark produced two new resources Fruitfulness on the Frontline, a book published by IVP, and a creative eight-session DVD course with the same title. Brimming with real-life stories, the combination of fresh biblical insight, humour and practical steps will not only spark your imagination; it will enrich your sense of wonder at the greatness and grace of the God who not only gave his life for us, but invites us to join him in his glorious, transforming work.