Precept Men's Conference 2018 - Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast

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Precept Men's Conference 2018 - Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast

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Book in and join us for Precept Ministries Men’s Conference 2018 where you can come together as sons, brothers, fathers and men of God to be encouraged in your faith and study of God’s Word.

Our culture is ever changing and our world becoming a faster paced environment.

Our speaker Peter Lynas, the Northern Ireland Director of Evangelical Alliance, will look at work and cultural engagement through the study of Daniel. He will show us how we can engage with the people around us without being swallowed up in a culture that is increasingly distancing itself from God’s Word.

Our worship will be led by North.

The conference will begin at 10am on Saturday 22nd September with Tea, Coffee, Sausage and Bacon Rolls and will end at 1pm.

About Peter

Peter is passionate about faith in the public square and in the workplace. He leads the team at Evangelical Alliance in Northern Ireland. Peter worked as a barrister in Belfast for five years, before completing his M Div at Regent College in Vancouver where he serves on the Board. He is a regular commentator in the media and has taught at Westminster Theological Centre and Belfast Bible College. He is married to Rose, has two daughters, loves running and hates fish.

About North

North started 25 years ago, leading worship at events in North Belfast. Since then they have led worship all over the country, North and South. Recently they have played Stormont Great Hall, “The Village” at Whiteabbey Presbyterian and Christian Unions Ireland Annual Conference amongst others.   When they are not playing together they are involved in leading worship in their own churches. They love Jesus, and very much enjoy using their musical talents to lead others in worship.  

 

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