Jesus, Sexuality & the Good News of the Gospel
February 20, 2018
Knowing how to navigate the current climate surrounding the same-sex attraction conversation can be daunting. How do we convey what Scripture teaches in a way our culture can hear? How do we speak Biblically about this issue in our neighbourhoods, workplaces and families? How do we journey with loved ones who are same-sex attracted?
The Ontario Chapter of The Gospel Coalition in partnership with RZIM, FEB Central, Heritage College and Seminary, West Highland Baptist Church and Hughson St. Baptist Church is hosting an all-day Conference on Saturday April 14th with Sam Allberry at West Highland Baptist Church (1605 Garth St. Hamilton) from 9 am – 4pm. Sam is a same-sex attracted Anglican Rector who speaks on behalf of The Gospel Coalition and RZIM.
The Saturday Conference will include these three sessions and a panel discussion
(Understanding the Cultural Challenges, What Does the Bible Say and How do we Communicate That? And What Can the Local Church do to Help?)
Registration for the conference is open at Eventbrite click here for the link.
The cost is $40 per person until March 20th which includes admission, lunch and snacks (the cost is $50 per person after March 20th).
Can't make it on the 14th?
Come here Sam Allberry at our FEB Central Regional Conference:
Monday April 16 to Tuesday April 17, 2018
Morningstar Christian Fellowship 7601 Sheppard Ave East Toronto, ON M1B 2Y7This event is part of our Fellowship's Regional Conference and you must register through Pastor Ian before April 5th, 2018. Click here for more info.
The cost is $35.00, which covers the cost of full program and Tuesday lunch.
Sam Allberry is a pastor and writer based in Maidenhead, UK and a global speaker for Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. He is an editor and a writer for The Gospel Coalition and the author of a number of books on Christian belief, including, Why Bother With Church?, James For You, and the bestselling, Is God Anti-Gay?
Sam studied theology at Wycliffe Hall in Oxford. He worked at St Ebbe’s Church in Oxford where he oversaw the ministry to university students and then at St Mary’s Church in Maidenhead where he has been based since 2008. He is an ordained minister in the Church of England and was recently elected to serve on its governing body, the General Synod. Sam speaks widely on issues of sexuality and identity and continues to minister as a Bible teacher and pastor. He is currently working on projects concerning singleness and the Christian understanding of the body.