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St Albans DEF annual conference - "Partnerships for the kingdom"

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Christchurch Bushmead

Hancock Drive

Luton

LU2 7SP

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This day is for those who are interested in building Christ’s church, rather than empire building and who are willing to think creatively about what that looks like

Taking 1 Corinthians 3 as our pattern this day will look at how we can be radical in our approach to ministry, strategic in our partnerships and thoroughly missional in our thinking, always acknowledging that the work is God’s not ours. We will look at what it means to work across boundaries and to enable all churches to become ‘Resource’ Churches, for the growth of the Kingdom.

The day will be divided into 2 sessions: in the morning we will be looking primarily at 1 Corinthians 3 and thinking about some biblical principals which should underlie the way we do ministry and mission.

In the afternoon we will be thinking about what that means for us today in our contexts. There will be the opportunity for small group work, questions and prayer.

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Lis Goddard is superbly placed to help us with this task. She is passionate about seeing people come to Christ, discovering his healing and wholeness. She longs to see churches really engaging with their communities, bringing God's grace to hard places and figuring out how churches can best work together to bring the gospel to the world.

Lis is Vicar of St James the Less, Westminster and Chair of AWESOME, the Group for evangelical ordained women in the Church of England.

In the past she has been chaplain of an Oxford College, and taught in a theological college, where she was Tutor for Ministerial Formation, helping students to put the academic theology they learnt into practice. She has been on the staff of a couple of large churches and led a church plant. She has also worked in a consultancy role for a church transitioning leadership structures. She has contributed to several books and co-authored ‘The Gender Agenda’ (IVP 2010) with Clare Hendry.

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Christchurch Bushmead

Hancock Drive

Luton

LU2 7SP

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