MONDAY, SEPT 12 @ DALLAS THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
How do we as Christians courageously engage and compassionately love others in an increasingly pluralistic society, without compromising our biblical convictions?
Brave New World is a one-day conference that will explore how the church can effectively communicate the unchanging Word in a relentlessly changing world. We’ll look at current examples of where the church is succeeding—as well as where it has failed—in its responses to cultural shifts, and provide insight for moving forward. During this highly interactive experience, you’ll have the opportunity to engage with fellow ministry leaders and hear from leading evangelical ethicist Russell Moore.
This event won’t be just a series of talks, but a dynamic gathering of leaders to participate in a frank and open forum on how the gospel compels us to engage our culture for the sake of Christ.
Darrell BockExecutive Director of Cultural Engagement, DTS
CHRISTOPHER BROOKSSenior Pastor of Evangel Ministries, Founder of Detroit Bible Institute
BARRY JONESAssociate Professor of Pastoral Ministries
MARK YARBROUGHVice President for Academic Affairs, Academic Dean, Associate Professor of Bible Exposition
KEYNOTE SESSION 1
with RUSSELL MOORE
BREAKOUT SESSION A
BREAKOUT SESSION B
KEYNOTE SESSION 2
with Russell Moore
Breakout Session 1Set Default to Emissary, will discuss how we can set our default to being an ambassador of truth and grace amid the culture wars rather than having a warrior mentality.
Breakout Session 2The Emissary’s Task: Redeeming Hopeless and Hostile Situations, will explore a process for applying biblical truths to specific tensions in our culture when people in our culture do not respect or do not view the Bible as a starting place for a conversation.
TESTIMONIALFind out what people thought about previous conferences.
“I just wanted to say that for the price, location, and selection of "tracks" and speakers, it was a good day spent. Most of our church staff attended, and we all enjoyed our day together. ”
“I'm so grateful that DTS and maintains a commitment to us grads even after graduation.”
“It's a great opportunity to be encouraged by Christian business leaders and to meet other like-minded Christians.”
“The food and the setting was fantastic! The team did a great job making us feel welcome. We love the bags and look forward to seeing what goodies are included.”
FAQ & QUESTIONS
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Dallas Theological Seminary
VENUE INFODallas Theological Seminary
Campbell Academic Center
3909 Swiss Ave.
Dallas, TX 75204
Monday, Sept 12, 2016
Time: 9:00 AM to 3:15 PM
CONTACT INFOHoward G. Hendricks
Center for Christian Leadership and Cultural Engagement