What Does a Commissioning Ceremony Look Like?
Graduates of the Dokimos Project are honored in a Commissioning Ceremony. Each participant works on developing a “persona statement” during the 12-week intensive spiritual gym process, then boldly reads it in front of their group at the Commissioning Ceremony. It is a powerful process that results in increased freedom, renewed passion and clarified purpose. The…Read More
About the Dokimos Network
The Dokimos Network partners with churches and businesses to equip and commission workplace ministers. Our first God-sized goal is to see 7000 workplace ministers commissioned in the Sacramento Region. Our second God-sized goal is to see 1000 workplace elders equipped and commissioned. These elders are people who workplace ministers can go to for prayer, mentoring, guidance…Read More
What is Workplace Ministry?
Workplace Ministry is really about being Jesus’ face, feet and hands in the Marketplace. Ed Silvoso says there are four types of Christians in the workplace. Four Types of Christians A Christian who is simply trying to survive. A Christian who is living by Christian principles. A Christian who is living by the power of…Read More
Work is Worship
The work you do can be viewed as hard labor, or just needed to pay the bills. But, there is a better view… Work is worship! Labor is the most common reference to worship in the Bible. For example, a professional said, “Every report I create, email I send, phone call I make is worship…Read More