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Wrestling with the Big Questions: A Day in Job
The book of Job speaks a compelling word of honesty and hope into the deepest and most difficult of human experiences. Job’s story of suffering and the process he goes through with his comforters and with God is just as relevant for Christians and local churches today as we wrestle with our own questions and the questions of those around us.
Join us for this day workshop exploring the background, content, and contemporary vitality of the book of Job. Combining teaching sessions with opportunities for discussion, the day will be suitable for all those who would value an opportunity to dig deeper into the book of Job, exploring how Scripture nurtures Christian identity and mission in the world today.
The day will be led by Dr Tim Davy, Director of Research and Innovation at Redcliffe College in Gloucester. Having worked in student ministry in the UK and Russia, he has taught Biblical Studies and Mission at Redcliffe since 2004, and recently completed his PhD on a missional reading of the book of Job.
Things you need to know:
Date: Monday 26 January 2015, 10.30am-4.00pm (coffee from 10.00am)
Venue: LICC, St Peter’s, Vere Street, London W1G 0DQ
Cost: £18 – includes lunch and light refreshments throughout the day
Booking: Book online. Alternatively you can email us or call us on 020 7399 9555