Category Archives: Satellite

Work as Worship Retreat

The Work as Worship Retreat is an annual event that focuses on connecting faith and work. This year will have a satellite group meeting in our area at Church Project. Brothers and sisters from local business’s Christian groups such as GE, HP, and more are also being invited to participate.

To learn more check out for the Leaders who will be sharing experiences and encouragement.

If you would like to register, please do so at to ensure enough food and refreshments for everyone.

*** This is optional and considered voluntary time. This event is not sponsored by ExxonMobil***

When: Friday, May 14th, 9am-4pm

Location: Church Project @ 602 Pruitt Rd, The Woodlands, TX 77380

Cost: $50



TimeTopicLeader(s)Target Outcome
8:30amWelcomeBilly SchielWarm welcome and enablement to our retreat location inside CP
9:00amWorkplace identityBeau McBethThe power of our perception regarding God’s blessing of work and why our work matters for His plan to make all things new.
9:30amDon’t give the enemy a seatLouie GiglioAn outline of ways to overcome the enemy’s lies so we can find peace and security in any challenging circumstance or workplace situation.
10:15amReflectionA time of personal reflection with respect for information shared
10:30amConversational intelligenceStephani ChungInsights and tools to have high impact conversations that lead to serving people well.
11:15amChange your worldJohn MaxwellExposure to a 7-day experiment that brings life into focus with prioritization of the most significant.
12:15pmLunchNutritious meal and ministry partner spotlight
1:00pmChange your worldJohn MaxwellA practical guide to give us actions to try during our day to live a life of intentionality.
1:45pmAn interviewBrandon Mann and David StewardTimely and timeless stories of how Leadership by The Good Book creates meaning and eternal value in our work.
2:15pmReflectionA roundtable dialogue of reflection to express changing perspectives
2:30pmNecessary endingsHenry CloudPractical examples of how to understand and lead next generation leaders to maximize their contributions in your organization.
3:15pmSoundtracksJon AcuffStories of how the best teams overcome overthinking to navigate change, increase productivity, and win consistently
3:45pmInvitation and responseBeau McBethAn opportunity for everyone to partner with God to bring order, beauty and benefits for everyone, as we restore the integrity of faith and work.
4:00pmCloseBeau McBethEncouragement with resources for ongoing discipleship and workplace program enablement

Be the Church: Virtually Meeting Amid COVID-19

“and let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds, not forsaking our own assembling together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another; and all the more as you see the day drawing near.” (Hebrews 10:24-25)

As we continue to battle COVID-19, we know that now more than ever how important it is to Be The Church to each other. We need to continue to maintain smart social distancing as a way to love our neighbors, family and friends, as well as a way to continue battling this disease. Fortunately, today’s technology allows us to continue meeting together, while not being physically together. 

The CCEM Team wants to provide some virtual resources for you as opportunities to continue meeting together in a safe, socially distant way while at home.

  1. CCEM Bible Studies/Prayer Groups – Many of our Bible Study and Prayer Groups continue to meet virtually through various platforms. If interested, please contact one of our study leads to get the latest virtual meeting information. (Visit Bible Studies/Prayer Groups Page)
    • Alpha has also moved to a weekly prayer call during our time off campus. To get connected with the Alpha prayer call, please contact Garrett Shaw or goto/Alpha.
  1. Local Churches – Many local churches are currently broadcasting their sermons live on Sundays, as well as hosting small groups and ministry events virtually during the week. Check our Churches list for links to various local churches that members of our community are connected with. Visit church websites for opportunities to connect virtually.
  1. Grace Center of Spiritual Development – GCSD is a local organization that offers Bible Studies, Leadership Training, Devotionals, and Podcasts for free. GCSD is promoting a new 2 week live virtual study on Habakkuk starting next Wednesday, April 8th at lunch (information here); as well as a 3 week virtual Biblical Leadership Seminar Series Starting Tuesday March 31, 6:30 – 8:30 pm (information here). View previous GCSD content and more at Grace Center of Spiritual Development Website
  1. Toolbox Lunch – Toolbox Lunches are having a virtual meeting on April 1 with their Executive Director. Learn more about the event here and more about Toolbox Lunches from their website
  1. Christians in Commerce – CIC is an organization focused on bringing Christ into the workplace. The have a library of stories of how individuals have reflected Christ at work. Visit their Christ Alive! Testimonies Webpage.
  1. Pope Francis’s Urbi et Orbi: Pope Francis delivers an extraordinary blessing “To the City and to the World” on Friday to pray for an end to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. In his meditation, the Pope reflects on Jesus’ words to His disciples: “Why are you afraid? Have you no faith?” See more here.

Do you have more virtual resources? Visit the CCEM Facebook Page or Yammer Page and share! Stay Safe!

  • The CCEM Team