For Pastors and Leaders: 9am-1pm
Difficult questions confront today’s pastor that Augustine and Charles Spurgeon never had to answer, like—”Is God anti-gay?”
The Center for Arizona Policy and Alliance Defending Freedom graciously invited Sam Allberry, author of Is God anti-gay?, to help pastors think through how we can best shepherd our local churches through this question and many others like, “How should we teach on a biblical view of sexuality?” or “How do we counsel members who have felt or do feel same-sex attraction?” These are time sensitive questions that are also timely and sensitive.
This FREE event for pastors and leaders includes lunch and will be hosted at Trinity Bible Church on Friday, March 16th from 9AM-1PM. Pastors, elders, and leaders are invited.
- 9a – Sexuality, Identity, and Christianity: Who am I? w/ Sam Allberry
- 10:45a – Is God Anti-Gay? w/Sam Allberry
- 11:35a – Panel Q&A
- 12p – Lunch
- 1p – Dismiss
For the General Public: 7-8:30pm
Is God anti-gay? This is a provocative question in the cultural waters we swim in every day regardless where you are reading it from, and it is sure to raise all kinds of other questions like: How can I share the gospel with a gay friend? Should we use the term gay-Christian? Can Christians be same-sex attracted? Isn’t love more important than gender? etc. Please join us for this special, free, event from 7pm-8:30pm on March 16th at Trinity Bible Church.
We are thrilled to have author and pastor Sam Allberry come and help Christians think through these and other difficult questions.
Sam Allberry is a pastor and writer based in Maidenhead, UK. He is an editor and a writer for The Gospel Coalition and the author of a number of books on Christian belief, including Why Bother With Church?, James For You, and the bestselling Is God Anti-Gay?
Sam studied theology at Wycliffe Hall in Oxford. He worked at St Ebbe’s Church in Oxford where he oversaw the ministry to university students and then at St Mary’s Church in Maidenhead where he has been based since 2008. He is an ordained minister in the Church of England and was recently elected to serve on its governing body, the General Synod.
Sam speaks widely on issues of sexuality and identity and continues to minister as a Bible teacher and pastor. He is currently working on projects concerning singleness and the Christian understanding of the body.