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Living in the Word: The role of the Bible in Family, Society and the Workp...
Sat 29 April 2017, 10:00 – 15:45 BST
Does the Bible have any significance for the everyday issues of living in our families, society and the workplace? How can we connect our faith with the realities of life as we encounter them? Taking examples from specific texts and principles from Scripture as a whole, this Study Day is an opportunity to reflect on how to apply the Bible more holistically in our daily lives in the 21st Century.
This interactive Study Day will take place at Stockton House from 10.00am (registration and coffee from 9.45am) to 3.45pm with a light lunch and refreshments provided during the day. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements. The fee for the day will be £15 per person including lunch.
A map indicating the location of Stockton House can be found on the Stockton House Website: http://www.stocktonhouse.net/contact-us/
Speaking and leading the seminars will be:
Dr David Ball is Director of the GOLD Project. He was born in Kenya. He studied Biblical Studies at Sheffield University and worked in India for 15 years. He believes that the church's life and witness depends on equipping all God's people for mission and ministry in the world.
Dr Eeva John is Director of Pastoral Studies at Ridley Hall, Cambridge. She grew up in Finland, the USA and Switzerland and has worked in Ethiopia, Sudan and the UK. Eeva’s love for theology grew out of her involvement in relief and development work. Eeva wants every Christian to engage in life-long learning, applying the Bible to everyday life.
Matt Prior is the Guildford Diocesan Discipleship Adviser.
PLEASE NOTE: EVENTS MAY BE CANCELLED IF THERE IS INSUFFICIENT TAKE-UP.
REFUNDS CANNOT BE GIVEN IN ANY OTHER CIRCUMSTANCES.