Co//323 is part of a movement of God’s people who believe transformation can happen when faith and work intersect. Our goal is to stimulate conversation, build connecting points and incubate new ideas about living out faith on the other six days. 


The Co//323 movement started with a big dream that CBM, a mission agency based in Canada, could help link workplace disciples globally. During their lifetime, the average Christian will spend 86,000 hours at work and only 4,000 at church. We believe that all the hours of our lives can be infused with meaning and make a kingdom impact, no matter what we are doing or where we are doing it. 


Co//323 works in five strategic areas related to the marketplace:

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Co//ntextual: Integrating Faith and Work for Discipleship

The context in which we live and work frames our stories and helps to provide meaning within God’s bigger narrative. We want to walk alongside people as they identify and live out God’s mission in the context of their work.

Co//mpetency: Training Partners to Engage in the Marketplace

Having proper skills and knowledge are key components to making any business endeavour a success. We want to train and empower men and women to become global game changers, impacting their local communities and beyond.

Co//nceive: Fostering New Initiatives of Global Entrepreneurs

Our world needs new and innovative ways to tackle huge global issues such as gender inequity, social injustice, environmental degradation and economic disparity. We want to help to conceive and incubate new ideas by Christian entrepreneurs that will result in business and social transformation.

Co//ntagious: Linking Business People from Around the World

Global connections are made more intricately and immediately than ever. We want to help foster networks of co-learning around how faith and work can come together for social transformation and the greater good.

Co//llaborate: Investing Strategically in People and Places

Micro-loans or seed funding can make a world of difference to a small business entrepreneur in the global south. We want to help these enterprising people reach their dreams with dignity through the investment of funds and training support.


Work is where people spend most of their waking hours and is the most strategic mission field in the world. The Good Work Conference features keynote speaker, Paul Stevens as well as seminars, panels and discussion groups that will explore the integration of faith and work as part of God’s mission on earth; discipleship in the context in which we work and live. The conference is designed for all ages and backgrounds, whether in the “secular” workplace or “ministry”, paid or not, we are all called to work in the universal ministry of God.

Dr. R. Paul Stevens

Dr. R. Paul Stevens has been a pastor, a student counselor, a business person and a professor. His mission is to empower ordinary people to integrate their faith and life from Monday to Sunday through teaching, coaching, advocating and publishing.

Dr. Stevens joined the Regent College faculty in 1987 as Associate Professor of Applied Theology and was named the David J. Brown Professor of Marketplace Theology and Leadership in 1999. During his tenure at Regent, Dr. Stevens taught courses on Marketplace Theology, equipping and empowering the people of God, and ministry and spirituality. In addition, he served the College as Academic Dean. He has taught and spoken at institutions all over the world, including Tyndale Seminary in Toronto, the Christian Studies Institute in Brazil, Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, Biblical Graduate School of Theology in Singapore, and in Kenya for the Certificate in Ministry offered by Carey Theological College and CBM.