The fruits of the Holy Spirit are the signs and actions that the Holy Spirit is alive within us and helping us live by faith in our daily lives. 

On Tuesday, June 14, 2022, from 7:30-8:30 am in the Ministry Offices at Christ the King (2699 Peachtree Road NE), BELIEVES will hold a session on “What does WISDOM mean as a fruit of the Spirit – including in the context of work – and what can be done to make it actionable?” featuring a panel including Michaela Pocock, Founder of Teens Reaching Out Through Tunes, and Student Attorney at the Jane W. Wilson Family Justice Clinic; and others.

BELIEVES, a once-a-month speaker series ministry, promotes dialogue around integrating faith in the work life for both business men and business women.

The nominal $10 registration fee for the event can be paid online when you register, or at the door. The fee covers the cost of the event and has provided funding to support CRHP (Christ Renews His Parish) scholarships in the past, and now Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Downtown Atlanta.

Question/comments? Contact Andrew Schoppe,

To register online in advance, go to: