A Booth College of Mission Public Seminar
BEING INCARNATE IN AN EXCARNATE WORLD: LOCAL AND GLOBAL IMPLICATIONS
7.00pm, Thursday 14 April 2016
Booth College of Mission Chapel
The incarnation of Christ demands much of a disciple, especially in a world intent on an increasingly disembodied, individualist existence.
Next Thursday evening at 7pm we will be exploring the local and global implications of the incarnation within an increasingly “excarnate” context. International guests will be joined by local Salvationists, with each person presenting a different perspective followed by a time of open discussion.
This Public Seminar is part of a special lecture series entitled Mission in Todays World being delivered by Maj. Sandy Crowden and Daryl Crowden at Booth College of Mission. Daryl is currently the Director of Humanitarian Emergency Affairs for World Vision Australia, and Sandy is the Territorial Social Justice Secretary and Indigenous and Intercultural Ministries Consultant for the Australia Southern Territory. They both have years of experience in mission in many different locations (Australia, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Africa and the Middle East) and will bring a unique perspective to the topic.
We hope to see you there.