This year, a scholarship rate is available for evangelical leaders from Western Europe. The event in Poland, unites, equips, and resources hundreds of evangelical leaders in the continent.
The 3-hour class “will help participants identify best leadership practices and ways to incorporate them”.
This class aims to “spark a discussion on how to start missional, evangelistic, and discipleship movements in secularised cities, sent from the local church”.
Christians should “mirror Jesus' example in using culture to communicate the gospel”, says Tom Price, a lecturer at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics.
During the 3-hour class, participants “will explore how and why humans are fearfully and wonderfully made”.
The 3-hour class “will focus on recovering the invitation and challenge of making disciples within the life of the church”.
Dave Patty, Founder of Josiah Venture, talks about 5 teaching methods Jesus used in the Sermon on the Mount.
The 3- hour class aims “to equip us with practical knowledge and skills for courageous idol removal in our life and in the lives of those we serve”.
The President and professor at Union School of Theology, “will look at the gospel as the cure we desperately need and how we can cultivate integrity to the gospel”.
The 3-hour online class “will consider some simple biblical insights to help us grow spiritually in a straightforward, practical, and Jesus-focused way”.
“Smuggling Jesus back into the Church: How the Church became worldly and what to do about it” will be the Forum of Christian Leaders final master class of this season.
The head of Relational Mission “will give us an overview of the New Testament model of the Christian (and church) life”, says the FOCL, organiser of the event.
A free three-hour online session organised by the Forum of Christian Leaders will look at Jesus Christ’s teaching techniques.
Participants from all over the world “received encouragement and inspiration through specialized training, mentoring and networking”, say the organisers of the European Leadership Forum.
Stefan Gustavsson, Director of Apologia Centre for Christian Apologetics addresses the main issues facing the church in Europe today.
Christian counsellor, Emoke Tapolyai, warns about “the culture that feeds young people with the lie of `you can have it all´”, and analyses how to help them cope with the anxiety that it brings.
Kay Carter, Director of communications at Tyndale House, analyses how Christian scholars can engage with society to communicate the message of the gospel.
“Our culture is looking for solutions that are not coming, because we are dealing with things of the heart. We need to reflect the hope that comes form God”, Peter Roskam says.
Adrian Reynolds, Associate National Director for the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC), explains how a godly leader should be.
Paul Copan, Chair of Philosophy and Ethics of Palm Beach Atlantic University, explains how many key features of Western civilization, are the legacy of the biblical faith being lived out by believers in society.
“It is not our initiative, it is not working for ourselves, it is gazing to Jesus and responding to Him. It is the language of inclining the heart that we see in Psalms”, said Peter Mead, Director of Cor Deo.
Nola Leach, Chief Executive of CARE UK, talks about why is it important for Christians to engage in the public square.
What if young people were on church committees? asks David Hilborn, Principal of St John's College (UK).
Espen Ottosen talks about the truths Christians should share with people who have little knowledge and/or many prejudices about Christian belief.
Stefan Gustavsson, Director of Apologia Centre for Christian Apologetics, explains and defends the claim that God is coming back to judge every human being.