MULTIPLYING MINISTRIES IN LIGHT OF ETERNITY
SEPTEMBER 16-17, LEEDS
This year's ReNew Conference will focus on ‘multiplying ministries’ in light of the certain return of the Lord Jesus and the eternal realities of heaven and hell.
We have deliberately set our sights on ‘ministries’ more generally and not simply on pioneering new ‘churches’. Whether it be one-to-one, new small groups in unreached neighbourhoods and villages, fresh outreach amongst new people groups....or revitalising and planting new churches....every one of us can be engaged in pioneering Gospel work - and we must! With this emphasis we aim to envision, equip and encourage our whole constituency towards further obedience of the Great Commission, to the glory of God. Our commitment is to the evangelisation of the nation - and we aim to stick to it!
I am delighted that Archbishop Benjamin Kwashi will be joining us. Ben is Archbishop of the Jos Province in the Church of Nigeria, and General Secretary of GAFCON. He will be giving us a global Anglican perspective at ReNew.
We will also be joined by Canon Theologian Dr Kendall Harmon, from the Diocese of South Carolina. Kendall will address us on the subject of hell and God's judgement. His seminar on this subject was one of the very helpful contributions at GAFCON 2018.
When we met last year we committed to bringing various options regarding our future relationship with the Church of England for consideration at the 2019 conference. We shall do this in September. Common to each of the options presented will be the underlying principle of visible differentiation or unavoidable avoidance. We shall put a number of options before the conference with the aim of helping churches, in their different situations, make godly choices over the coming months.
I very much look forward to seeing you in September!
Chairman of ReNew
Brian is the Rector of St Philemon’s, Toxteth, a multi-cultural church in inner-city Liverpool and one of the two Anglican Conservative Evangelical churches in the diocese. He is married to Alice, a barrister, and they have three children – Lucy (6), Bear (5) and Charlotte (3). He enjoys golf, squash and holidays in rural Wales.
Kendall serves as assistant to the rector of Christ Church, Yonge's Island and Canon Theologian in the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina. He worked in many capacities in the Episcopal Church including as a General Convention deputy and an editor of The Anglican Digest. His writings have appeared in The Living Church, The Church Times, the Church of England Newspaper, Episcopal Life, and other periodicals. Married to Elizabeth and with three young adult children, he runs a popular weblog, Titusonenine, focused on theology, culture and anglicanism. In 1993 Kendall received the degree D. Phil. from Oxford University for his doctorate on aspects of the doctrine of Hell.
Archbishop Benjamin Argak Kwashi has been General Secretary of GAFCON since the start of 2019. He became the third bishop of the newly created Anglican Diocese of Jos in 1992, and in 2008, he was consecrated Archbishop of Jos Province in the Church of Nigeria. He is the author of several books such as Evangelism and Mission: Biblical and Strategic Insights for the Church Today. He is married to Gloria and they have six children, one of whom is also a priest. They have 50 orphans living with them in Jos, Northern Nigeria and another 470 at their school.
Andy works as the vicar of St John’s Church, which is based on a big council estate in central London. With the support of the Co-mission network, he moved there in 2006 with his wife, Kathrine, to help plant the church. Andy also oversees training of ministry trainees within the Co-mission network. He’s married to Kathrine and has two wonderful children, Ori (4) and Pella (3).
Rico is the Senior Minister (Evangelism) at All Souls, Langham Place in London. He is a passionate evangelist, and the Founder of Christianity Explored Ministries. Other than rugby, Rico's hobbies include playing golf and watching films. He married Lucy in December 2008 and they have three young children - Peter, Daniel and Mercy.
Other Speakers / Leaders
Richard Alldritt, Marc Baker, Paul Darlington, Mark Glew, Pete Jackson, Richard Leadbeater, Lee McMunn, Ed Moll, James Nash, Vic Ritchie, Vaughan Roberts, Ian Somasundram, and William Taylor.
16–17 September 2019
Monday: 10am registration for 11am start
Tuesday: 9am start, with lunch & depart at 1.45pm
1000 - Registration Opens
1100 - Bible Reading 1
1145 - Future Focus: Multiplying Ministries
1230 - An International Perspective
1300 - Lunch
1400 - Chairman's Address
1430 - Future Options: an introduction
1515 - Break
1600 - Doctrine of Hell
1650 - Coaching Session 1
1800 - Break
1830 - Drinks
1900 - Dinner
0830 - Prayer meeting (in Regional Groups)
0900 - Bible Reading 2
1000 - Future Focus: Pipeline for Pioneering
1045 - Break
1130 - Future Options: Case studies
1240 - To the future...
1345 - Lunch and Depart
- Multiplying ministries into different cultures
- Multiplying ministries in rural/multi-parish context
- Multiplying ministries from smaller churches
- Revitalising a church
- Help! I'm not really a ministry multiplier or pioneer
Earlybird bookings up until 15 July, Standard pricing applies from 16 July onwards.
£185 per person in SINGLE bedroom (EARLYBIRD)
£210 per person in SINGLE bedroom (STANDARD)
£155 per person in SHARED bedroom (EARLYBIRD)
£180 per person in SHARED bedroom (STANDARD)
£135 for non-resident BOTH days
£85 for non-resident Monday OR Tuesday only
£75 Theological Student non-resident BOTH days
£40 Theological Student non-resident Monday OR Tuesday only
£20 for non-resident to attend Monday dinner
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