Nexus 2017 Program
The shape of the day is this:
- Three addresses in the morning exploring the topic biblically and theologically from Lionel Windsor,
- An extended interview with Phillip Jensen
- Four short talks after lunch from ministry practitioners, reflecting on how the cross shapes ministry in their context
- A plenary question/panel time
- A short closing summary address
|9:15am||Doors Open; Coffee and Registration|
|10:00am||A Biblical Theology of Exile||Lionel Windsor|
|11:30am||Longing for a better country | Genesis 23||Chris Braga|
|12:00pm||Seeking the City's Good? | Jeremiah 29 in the light of Biblical Theology||Phil Colgan|
|1:30pm||Ministry in the Exile today | Extended Interview with Phillip Jensen||Phillip Jensen & Dominic Steele|
|2:30pm||What does it look like? Practitioners reflect on ministry in exile||Claire Smith, David Ould, Sophie Norved|
|3:30pm||Afternoon Tea & Networking time|
|4:15pm||Pastoral Implications of Ministry in Exile||Kanishka Raffel|
|5:00pm||Q&A and Summing Up||Tony Payne|
|5:30pm||Conference closes (feel free to stay and organize dinner with friends)|
Phil Colgan is the Senior Minister of St George North Anglican Church.
Chris Braga has been the Senior Minister of Summer Hill Church for the last eight years and is passionate to see the message of the cross of Christ shape his own life and the life of the local church.
Tony Payne is the CEO of Matthias Media and Director of the Centre for Christian Living at Moore College. He has written or co-written numerous books and ministry resources, and chairs the Nexus conference team.