Time: 14:30 - 21:30
Location: Singapore Bible College
With so many Christians living and working in the city, our spirituality must fit the dynamics and challenges of urban life. We need to learn to be "in but not of" the city. This seminar will explore several spiritual disciplines and practices that will enable us to be faithful and joyful Christians in the midst of the trials and temptations of the city. We will draw on the teaching of the Scriptures and the wisdom of our spiritual heritage in considering these spiritual practices. Particular attention will be given to the interplay of individual and corporate spiritual practices for life in an urban context. These include confession and repentance, the use and reading of Scriptures, the practice of Sabbath and the Lord’s Supper.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Gordon T. Smith is the president of reSource Leadership International, an agency that fosters excellence in international theological education. He also teaches at Regent College, Vancouver, Canada and serves as the interim preaching pastor of Tsawwassen Alliance Church, near Vancouver. He is the author of a number of books, including Beginning Well: Christian Conversion and Authentic Transformation (IVP, 2001); The Voice of Jesus: Discernment, Prayer and the Witness of the Spirit (IVP, 2003) and A Holy Meal: The Lord's Supper in the Life of the Church (Baker, 2005). Married to Joella, they have two grown sons.
This seminar is organized by the School of Theology (English) & the School of Counselling, Singapore Bible College
$60 per person (inclusive of tea, dinner and notes)
$50 per person for group registration of 5 persons and more $50 for pastors, full-time workers and seminary students.