Jan 23, 2014 4:00 pm
At Redeemer Seminary, we are committed to 'doing theology' and doing it 'in community'. We would love to host students, pastors, and ministry leaders for this one day event. Together we will consider the ways our God comes to and pursues His people in the person and work of Christ & the manifold opportunities of His Church to reflect that ministry to each other and the world.
Join us for a day of education and encouragement from various recognized pastors as together we seek to be faithful in our mission and ministry. Please contact us with any questions and share this invitation with any friends in ministry that would gain from this event.
Tim Keller is pastor and founder of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. The “Influentials” issue of New York magazine featured Keller as “the most successful Christian evangelist in the city” for his engagement with the young professional and artist demographics. He received his bachelor’s degree from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Penn., his Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hampton, Mass., and his Doctor of Ministry from Westminster Theological Seminary. Keller has helped start more than 100 churches throughout the world as the Chairman of Redeemer City to City.
Dr. Sinclair B. Ferguson is recently retired as senior minister of the historic First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, SC, and professor of systematic theology at Redeemer Seminary in Dallas, Texas. A native of Scotland, Dr. Ferguson earned three degrees, including his Ph.D., from the University of Aberdeen. He was ordained into the ministry in the Church of Scotland and spent some sixteen years in ministry in his homeland, including five years at St. George’s Tron Church in Glasgow. Dr. Ferguson and his wife, Dorothy, have been married for thirty-six years. They have four children.
Bishop Todd Hunter is the founding pastor of Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Costa Mesa, CA. Author of Christianity Beyond Belief, Giving Church A Second Chance, The Outsider Interviews, The Accidental Anglican, and Our Favorite Sins. Todd is also the founding director of Churches for the Sake of Others, the West Coast church planting initiative for The Anglican Mission in the Americas. Todd also founded Three is Enough, a small group movement that enables spiritual formation in one’s everyday life. Dr. Hunter is an adjunct professor of evangelism and contemporary culture at George Fox University, Fuller Seminary, Western Seminary, Vanguard University and Wheaton College. He is past President of Alpha USA and former National Director for the Association of Vineyard Churches.
Todd has written for key publications such as Christianity Today, Charisma, Outreach and Ministries Today. Todd and his wife Debbie live in Costa Mesa, California.
Bruce Wesley, his wife Susan and their three girls have lived in the League City area since August 1993. Bruce is the Senior and founding Pastor of CCCC. He holds a BA in Practical Theology from Howard Payne University, a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Seminary, and a Doctor of Ministry from New Orleans Seminary. Bruce also serves as an executive board member for the Acts 29 Network
Q. What time do doors open?
Q. Are there hotel options?
A.We have secured a discounted rate at the Holiday Inn North Dallas/Park Cities for $75/night using the following link... http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/redirect?path=hd&brandCode=HI&localeCode=en&corporateNumber=100247423&hotelCode=DFWHI&rateCode=IPB6D&_PMID=99502056
It is about a 5-10 minute drive to the venue from the hotel. A closer, but more
expensive option, is the Double Tree Campbell Center.
Q. What is parking like?
A. There is ample parking on the North side of the building. We are asking that all attendees enter and exit from that side.
Q. Does my 5 year old child need to register?
A. There will be no childcare provided.
Q. What is the handicap access like?
A. Accessible. There are handicap parking, ramps, and elevators available.
Q. Is it all seating or standing room only?
A. Seating for up to 1050.
Q. What does General Admission mean?
A. Entrance to the entire event, continental breakfast, coffee through the day, boxed lunch, & beverage.
Q. Can I get a refund or exchange?
Q. What items are allowed/not allowed?
A. No food or drinks in the sanctuary.
Q. Do you offer any discounts?
A. The event is free for Alumni and Current Redeemer Seminary Students. There is also a $20 discount for seminary students from other schools, as well as prospective students.
Q. Does this ticket qualify for a tax write off?
Please refer to the FAQs before contacting the Event ManagerContact Name: Jason Bobo