Our Rhythms workshops explore the missional practices of Jesus and the outward movement of the church into the world. We hope to establish new rhythms in our lives that help us to go on a mission with God to our neighbours, colleagues, families, classmates, and even to the ends of the world. We invite you to come along for the journey.
Deuteronomy 16:1-17 pictures God's ancient people at a harvest feast. In this Rhythms Workshop, we will explore this text and unpack a theology of God's good gifts. As we do, we will come to understand God's vision for His people to share lives together as family, and we will consider what it means to have diversity in our churches and friendships.
Questions? Ask Abe.
Speaker: Mark Glanville
Mark Glanville is a Pastor at Grandview Calvary Baptist in Vancouver - a church committed to seeking justice in its East Van neighborhood. Mark is also a scholar of Old Testament and Mission, teaching at Regent College and the Vancouver School of Theology. He is an Aussie, and can snap a crocodile's neck with two fingers.