Monday, December 31, 2007

Joined up thinking for the New Year

If you don't want to lose your nerve in the face of the postmodern challenges to the Church, and if you don't want to abdicate responsibility for reaching 21st century cultures, then maybe this conference is for you...

So whilst your thinking about New Year's resolutions, why not add one about attending a conference that will clear your thinking on contemporary issues, give you a solid grip on the role of the church in the world, and maybe stir you into right action?

Here's the blurb from the WSC website:

The claim of the emergent/emerging churches to represent a truly "missional" approach to ministry, witness, and evangelism is generating much interest and ink. This conference considers what it means to be Reformed and missional. We start with the conviction that Christ the Lord has established an institution (the church) and has given to it a mission to make disciples of all the nations. Without the church there can be no mission and where there is no mission, there is no church. Tough questions remain and this conference doesn't promise to have all the answers, but we hope to ask right questions about mission and ministry in our pluralistic age.

And the page to visit to find out all the information that you need to know is here.

Speakers include Mike Horton, Robert Godfrey, Scott Clark, Joel Kim, Julius Kim, and that great Welsh export Hywel Jones.

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