LIVING SINGLE: Gospel-focused Thinking about the Single Life
Living Single: Gospel-Focused Thinking About the Single Life will equip people to think biblically about singleness and the role of single Christians in the ministry of the Gospel. Our sessions will be led by committed and experienced leaders who are deeply invested in seeing single people flourish in serving the Lord, His people and the world.
Session 1: What Does the Bible Tell Us About Single People? (Peter Adam)
Session 2: For Better or for Worse? The Joys and Sorrows of Singleness Today (Kamal Weerakoon)
Session 3: Wisdom for a Godly Single Life (Peter Adam)
Seminar 1: Challenges of Being an Inclusive Church: Welcoming and Integrating Single People (Peter Adam)
Seminar 2: Gospel Friendship (Aleesha Bransgrove)
Seminar 3: God's Special Forces: Using Our Singleness for Creative Ministry (Kamal Weerakoon)
For the webinar schedule and session summaries please click here.
Dr Peter Adam
Dr Peter Adam is Vicar Emeritus of Jude's Church in Carlton, and served as Principal of Ridley College and as Chairman of the Council of the Gospel Coalition Victoria. He is well-known and highly respected as a preacher, writer and church leader. He likes good friends, classical music, reading history and fiction, spending time at the beach, walking his dogs, and tending his mechanical clocks.
Aleesha Bransgrove is a Staff worker with the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students (AFES) at La Trobe University, Bundoora. A registered Occupational Therapist, Aleesha has a background working as a clinician in Community Health, specifically in chronic disease management and home-based therapy. Aleesha is currently undertaking a Master of Divinity at Reformed Theological College and serves at Darebin Presbyterian Church in Thornbury.
Kamal is an adjunct lecturer in theology & missiology at Christ College (Sydney). He is undertaking a PhD in contemporary multicultural ministry while also being involved in ministry at Gracepoint Presbyterian Church in Sydney's multicultural western suburbs. Kamal was born in Sri Lanka and migrated to Australia, with his parents, as a teenager. He loves Jesus, Reformed theology, tea, and military action novels – probably in that order.
ACCESSING THE LIVE WEBINAR
Join us by desktop or laptop computer, mobile device or tablet. Instructions on how to access the webinar will be provided the week of the event. A recording of the event will be made available free to those who register.
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DATE: Saturday 25 July
TIME: 10am-4pm (AEST)
COST: $15 pp.
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