A Church for the Nation: Tuesday 25th March 2014


If you have not yet had a chance to respond to Mark Greene’s invitation to attend this special LICC event on Tuesday 25th March, we would love you to join us.
Please see below for further details and information on how to reserve your place.

David Leeds - LICC Events Manager

You’re invited…

… to this special event at LICC and I do hope, Jason, that you’ll be able to join us.

Together we face an immense and exciting challenge of refreshing mission for all God’s people. So I’m delighted to invite you to this special event with key thinkers and practitioners who will speak to this challenge from a variety of perspectives and experience.

Malcolm Duncan will deliver a keynote address on the topic of ‘A Church for the Nation’. As a senior pastor, thought leader, and chair of the Spring Harvest Planning Group, Malcolm has wrestled with the question of ”What kind of church grows ‘good news’ people?” who can engage well for Christ in today’s world.

We’re also joined by Jill Garrett, former headteacher and MD of Gallup, who will reflect on her experience as a follower of Jesus and what being fruitful means for her as she coaches leaders in the workplace and ordained ministry.

I’ll also share what we’ve been learning at LICC over the last decade as we’ve sought to envision and equip God’s people for fruitful mission and discipleship in daily lifeand what this signposts for us all as a church in ‘whole-life’ mission in and for our nation.

This will be an afternoon of provocative content, Christ-focused worship, great conversation and an opportunity to thank God and seek His direction. It’s also a celebration - marking the launch of two new LICC resourcesFruitfulness on the Frontline, a book published by IVP and an eight-session DVD course with the same title.

Please join us at LICC on 25 March from 12-4pm. Full details are here. RSVP to David.Leeds@licc.org.uk or on 020 7399 9555 by Tuesday 18 March. I look forward to seeing you.

May the Lord bless you and yours in all you do.

Executive Director
The London Institute for Contemporary Christianity