Justice is a reflection of God’s character and a work we’re all called to. How can we ensure our churches are places of racial justice, going beyond words?
This is arguably the most important and contested question in our culture today. We’re constantly confronted with questions about refugees, assisted suicide, racial justice, abortion, sexuality and the fractious discussion over trans and women’s rights. In this session, Damilola and Peter will introduce the Being Human lens: looking at what it means to be a human grounded in the biblical story and how this new apologetic might reform our cultural engagement.
The world is waking up to the climate crisis, increasing forced migration, conflict and inequality. What’s our role? How do we take action and bring hope as the Church?
Why have sex, sexuality and gender become so linked to our sense
of identity? We’ll use the Being Human lens to explore the cultural
and biblical narratives around these topics, creating space for
discipleship and missional conversations.