Pastoring Biblically in a changing world

How do you navigate pastoring people not just problems, dealing with challenging ethical issues Biblically with grace, truth and integrity?

As a ministry leader, you will continually find yourself pastoring in a changing and confused culture. You are not alone, though often you may find yourself wanting to be better prepared to respond with wisdom and love.

Pastoring Biblically in a changing world is Life Long Learning day that will explore the messy ethical issues that can so easily challenge and stop us in our tracks. During the day, speakers Malcolm Duncan and Dave Newton will explore marriage, relationships, sexuality and identity.


Malcolm Duncan

Malcolm is the founder and Director of Church and Community and leads Gold Hill Baptist Church. He is passionate about the importance of Christians being ‘good news people’. Malcolm is also a broadcaster, a writer and actively engaged in a number of areas of advocacy. He serves on the boards and advisory groups of a number of churches, charities, and businesses. 


Dave Newton

Dave Newton is the Director of Training for Elim and Principal of Regents Theological College. He has extensive experience in equipping leaders and leading mission organisations. Dave served for over 10 years on the Youth for Christ leadership team where he pioneered and established many projects of national significance in justice and education. 

Pastoring Biblically in a changing world - event details

These one-day events are hosted in Birmingham and Bristol, starting at 10 am and finishing at 4 pm.

Advance registration is £30 - which includes lunch and refreshments that will be provided during the day. There will be a morning and afternoon coffee break with a café lunch served at the venue.

Capacity at these events is limited to 50 delegates so advance booking is required. Choose your location and contact Rebekah to book your place.

Friday 23 June 2017 

Birmingham City Church, Parade, Birmingham, B1 3QQ

Friday 30 June 2017

Elim Bristol City Church, 3-15 Jamaica Street, Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS2 8JP

To find out more and book your place, email Rebekah Marshall


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