Atlanta is the Place to Be this Saturday

For those of you in the Atlanta area, a great lineup of speakers is on hand for the 3rd Annual Atlanta Catholic Business Conference this Saturday, January 29th!  Conference speakers include Father James Flanagan, Ms. Paige Barry and Mr. Alex Munoz, plus the keynote will be delivered by Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Atlanta. Networking, fellowship and table discussions round out the day.

This year’s Conference is themed: Pilgrims on a Journey. It is intended for all Christians, especially those in the Catholic business and professional community, who wish to more deeply understand the role of faith in the workplace. The mission of the Conference is to invest in attendees’ knowledge and understanding of how to integrate their lives and let their Christian faith guide their actions in the secular business world.

You will not want to miss this. Registration is simple, fast and secure. Simply click on the ACBC logo to get started. See you at the Conference!

Sponsored by:

The Aquinas Center of Theology at Emory University,
The Integrated Catholic Life eMagazine,
Belmont Abbey College
& The National Catholic Business Conference

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Deacon Mike Bickerstaff Editor-In-Chief, ICL

Deacon Michael Bickerstaff is the Editor in chief and co-founder of the The Integrated Catholic Life.™ A Catholic Deacon of the Roman Rite for the Archdiocese of Atlanta, Deacon Bickerstaff is assigned to St. Peter Chanel Catholic Church where he is the Director of Adult Education and Evangelization.

He is also the Founder and President of Virtue@Work, where he provides Executive and Personal Coaching, Mentoring and Organizational Consulting. Deacon Mike has 30+ years management consulting experience in senior executive leadership positions providing organizational planning and implementation services with a focus on human resource strategy and tax qualified retirement plan design, administration and compliance.

He is a co-founder of the successful annual Atlanta Catholic Business Conference; the Chaplain of the Atlanta Chapter of the Woodstock Theological Center’s Business Conference; and Chaplain of the St. Peter Chanel Faith at Work Business Association and co-founder and Chaplain of the Marriages Are Covenants Ministry, both of which serve as models for similar parish-based ministries.

He and his wife have two married children and three grandchildren.

NB: The views I express on this site are my own. I am not an official spokesman for either my parish or diocese.

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