Speakers

Thursday, Sep 26 Session, 7-9pm

Dr. Ross Hastings

Dr. Hastings teaches in the areas of pastoral theology, the theology and spirituality of mission, ethics, and the interface between science and Trinitarian theology at the Regent College in Vancouver, Canada. Dr. Hastings has a vested interest in helping the Christian church understand contemporary science and in helping the scientific community benefit from theological and philosophical scholarship.

For more information about Dr. Hastings click here.

 

Friday, Sep 27th Session, 12-5:30pm

Answering the questions What do you love about Houston?  And What are you doing, and what do you see happening, as you attempt to join God on mission in our city?:

James Furr, Houston Graduate School of Theology

David Hill, Restoration Community Church

Stephen Klineberg, The Kinder Institute, Rice University

Julie Waters, Free the Captives

Rick Brown, Christ Bridge Fellowship, City of Tomball

Annise Parker, Mayor city of Houston

Greg Matte, Houston’s First Baptist Church

Ruth Turley, The Kinder Institute, Rice University

Jim Herrington, Faithwalking

Harvey Clemons, Pleasant Hill Baptist Church

Ken Shuman, Wellsprings Church, Houston Graduate School of Theology

Ted Law, Access Church

Michael Palandro, The Vineyard Church, Houston

Rudy Rasmus, St. John’s Downtown

Chris Seay, Ecclesia, Houston

Walter August, Jr., The Church at Bethel’s Family

Mike Malkemes, Generation One

Ginger Smith, Mission Centers of Houston

Steve Capper, For Houston’s Kids

Bob Baldwin, neighbor business ministry

Lanecia Rouse, The Art Project of Houston

John Ogletree, First Metropolitan Church