A Celebration of the 25th Anniversary of The Gospel in a Pluralistic Society
by Lesslie Newbigin
In his day, missionary Bishop Lesslie Newbigin drew upon principles he had learnt in foreign mission to think about the mission frontier of a secularized West. Today’s digital world presents yet another factor on this frontier. Almost any congregation is influencing and being influenced by their neighborhood, region, nation and the world, all at the same time. How do we think creatively about the Mission of the Church and the reign of Christ in the 21st Century? This symposium will provide an educational experience through a dialogic learning model involving Keynote Presenters, ministry veterans and emerging leaders to consider both ancient and future ways of sharing in faithful Gospel mission today.
“If the Gospel is to challenge the public life of our society… It will only be by movements that begin with the local congregation in which the reality of the new Creation is present, known and experienced; and from which men and women go into every sector of public life…” Lesslie Newbigin
Bishop Todd Hunter – Church Planter and Anglican Bishop
Dr. George Hunsberger – Professor of Missiology, Western Theological Seminary
Cost $200 per person – includes: sessions, meals, refreshments and hand-outs
Discount price $150 (for groups of five or more)
For more information, please contact Fr. Jack Gabig at firstname.lastname@example.org
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