Image, Identity, Idolatry: Who we are and who we think we are

with Matthew Roberts

 

At City Evangelical Church, Leeds, Wednesday 20th November between 9.15am and 1.00pm. Registration from 8.45am

In an age when the BBC tells children that there are 'more than 100 genders', identity is an issue in our society as never before. And it is a huge issue in the church too, which none of us can or should avoid. How do we preach the gospel in an age when it is heard as a personal attack, not just on people's lifestyles, but on themselves at the deepest level? But in fact the gospel of Christ speaks powerfully about who we are in the deepest sense. We will be seeing that, if we get a clear view of how our identity is grounded in our worship, our age of identity crisis is a wonderful new opportunity to preach God's good news with clarity and power.

Session 1: You are what you worship

Session 2: The Dynamics of Desire

Session 3: The Identity of Love

 

Matthew is the Minister of Trinity Church York and a member of the YGP steering group.  You can read more about Matthew, here

 

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Wednesday 12th February 2020

At Bessacarr Evangelical Church, Doncaster

Destination Death and the Path of Life

With David Gibson

Ecclesiastes can be one of the hardest parts of the Bible's terrain to navigate, and it is lodged in a far country of the Bible we don't often visit (Wisdom Literature). We will explore the riches of this genre in the Bible for life and ministry and try to get a handle on Ecclesiastes' surprising message that 'the day of death is better than the day of birth' (7:2).

David Gibson is Minister of Trinity Church, Aberdeen, Scotland. Previously he was a staff worker for the Religious and Theological Studies Fellowship. He has published widely and his books include "Destiny Learning to live by preparing to die" (IVP).  He is also co-editor of “From Heaven He Came and Sought Her” (Crossway).

 

 

2020 Annual Conference, Saturday 16th May 2020 at Trinity Church York, Melvin Tinker on 

"Culture Wars: The Barbarians Through the Gates and the Christian response."

 Political correctness, LGBTQ+, Inclusivity/exclusivity- Western Civilization is in crisis and many Christians are bewildered and fear for the future.

This day will involve looking at the roots of this crisis and how we can response in hope by way of Biblical realism. If you want to know what is happening, why it is happening and how the church should respond- this is a day for you. The date is Saturday 16th May 2020 and the venue, Trinity Church York. Do make a note of it now. The annual conference is designed for all church members as well as those in ministry roles.

Melvin Tinker has been Vicar of St John Newland, Hull since 1994. As well as speaking around the country and abroad, Melvin is the author of several books, including, 'Why do bad things happen to good people? The problem of suffering from Job to Jesus' (CFP),  'Intended for Good- The Providence of God' (IVP) and 'That Hideous Strength: How the West Was Lost- The cancer of Cultural Marxism in the Church, the World and the Gospel of Change', (Evangelical Press)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The audio for recent past conferences is available here