September 28 - October 2
Perhaps more than any other time in history, communities across the globe are all linked by a shared starvation for human connection. Where community does exist, it is often marked by anxiety, strife, and division. World Outreach Week, held from September 28 to October 2, is the perfect opportunity to learn together how we can make a difference, locally and globally, in a time when positive action, like our communities, seems distanced.
Take the first step toward positive change by visiting our event page, browsing our lineup of expert speakers and exceptional events, and registering today. Living in today’s metropolitan world of cellular phones, mobile computers and others.
This is a 100% virtual event.
The full slate of events will be broadcast virtually in order to ensure that everyone, no matter how distanced, has the opportunity to be shaped by powerful messages and passionate speakers. This year’s theme “Cross the Line,” will focus on the practicalities of sharing the message of hope found in God’s Word to a world that is quickly fragmenting.
Renowned scholar and keynote speaker, Dr. Darrell Bock will be presenting a message that is shockingly relevant to today’s cultural climate as he discusses extending Christ’s welcome in a divided world. Dr. Bock is the Executive Director of Cultural Engagement and Senior Research Professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary and author of Cultural Intelligence: Living for God in a Diverse, Pluralistic World.
Dr. Bock contributed the class on the Life of Christ to BiblicalTraining.org.
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