Is what we don’t notice about ourselves affecting our mission? is a question that panel of leaders will seek to address on TiM Blog Talk Radio.
This show is in prelude to a day-conference on the 9th March 2013 in Bristol, UK, which plans to open up dynamic new horizons for mission. Looking at both context and culture, they will discuss the challenges and opportunities they present for mission. The main speakers at the Conference are Dr Anthony Reddie, Rev. Dr. Rosalind Murphy and Rev. Israel Olofinjana.
On this show, we will be joined by Dr Rosalind Murphy and Rev Olifinjana, inspirational experts in this field and will stir us to thoughtful action. We will try to address some of these questions:
Why don’t White people go to Black-led churches?
Why do some Black people go to White-led churches?
What is Black theology?
Is there such a thing as White theology?
How is our common mission affected by these questions?
How can Black and White Churches work in partnership in mission?
Rev’d Dr. Rosalyn Murphy serves on the Archbishop’s Council and is the only female Black priest to preside over a large Church of England congregation in the UK. She has extensive experience in planting multi-cultural churches. She is an Honorary Biblical Scholar at the Queen’s Foundation and an Honorary Tutor in both Old and New Testament with Cumbria University.
Rev’d. Israel Olofinjana is Senior Pastor of a White Majority church in London and is the author of “Reverse in Ministry and Missions: Africans in the Dark Continent of Europe” and “20 Pentecostal Pioneers in Nigeria” He has also contributed to numerous academic journals on the subject of Black Majority Churches.