Date(s) - November 4, 2016
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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Doors open at 6:30pm.
Join Pastor, Advocate & Author Eugene Cho as he discusses the question raised by his latest book, Overrated: Are we more in love with the idea of changing the world than actually changing the world?
Also featuring worship with David Ruis, and presented by World Vision Canada.
Eugene Cho is the founder of One Days Wages and lead pastor of Quest Church. Cho has a confession: he loves justice and compassion―until there’s a personal cost. Using an engaging writing style that many listeners will be familiar with from his Huffington Post and Sojourners blogs, Cho will confess his idealism and invite listeners on a journey of practical discipleship, one that changes the world not with words, but in action, and with our lives.
David Ruis is a well-respected worship leader, songwriter and communicator. Together with his wife Anita, he is also known as a church planter and pastor having established churches in Canada and the US within the Vineyard family of churches. David has also been instrumental in seeing Vineyard communities established in Nepal and India. Much of his focus tends to be in indigenous setting working amongst the poor as well as facilitating leadership development and fostering originality in songwriting and the arts in various cultural settings. David has several worship songs published that are standards in Church worship, most notably “You’re Worthy Of My Praise” and “Every Move I Make”. His most recent album, “When Justice Shines”, was released through ION Records.