My 5th time speaking at this crazy rad event. It's unedited and unplugged. I'll be speaking several times throughout the festival on Sat and Sun
I'll be speaking at 2 sessions on Friday afternoon.
I'll be speaking at the Reformed Church of America's Gospel Alliance conference, which is devoted to exploring questions on faith, sexuality, and gender from a theological and ministry context. The Gospel Alliance is a movement of covenant partners who are engaging leaders and communities with the transforming message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in order to make more and stronger disciples.
I will be speaking at Cornerstone University’s Talking Points conference in Grand Rapids, MI. The topic is: “Loving LGBT+ people with the gospel." Talking Points is an ongoing conversation about theology, culture, and vocation, which hosts conferences, seminars, and a blog to engage topics relevant for pastors, counselors, and ministry leaders.
I'll be talking about LGBT+ related theological and ethical questions for pastoral ministry.
Speaking at Lead Them Home's Posture Shift Intensive: a two-day leadership training on how to care for LGBT+ people in the church
I'll be speaking at one Sat night service, two Sunday morning services, and speaking at another event Sun night
Speaking at various venues at the church
I'll be at Q this year, speaking on a panel for LGBT+ questions (Thurs afternoon) and speaking at a leadership breakfast (Fri morning)
Giving a campus-wide address on LGBT+ questions, doing a Q & A, and guest teaching for a class.
Speaking for the Barna Group at a free simulcasted event at Pepperdine University. The conference will reveal the evidence from a recent Barna study done on the state of pastors in the U.S.
My Spring/Summer 2017 schedule is being put together. I'll have more speaking events listed here soon.
Moderating the 2 Views on Homosexuality Seminar on Tuesday morning and presenting a paper on Transgenderism on Tuesday afternoon
Audiofeed Festival is music, arts, and community.
Music and Art is the center of what we tangibly “do”. Since our founding in 2013, we’ve hosted over 300 bands, screened movies, explored performance and visual art, and created space for our audience to share their music and art. The festival typically runs over the week and weekend leading into the 4th of July.
Join Paul Tripp, Steve Brown, Elyse Fitzpatrick and many more for this conference, presented by ChristHoldFast, 1517 Legacy, and Willow Creek Church.