Date(s) - January 26, 2022
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Worldwide, people are forcefully displaced from their homes in increasing numbers. How can we extend solidarity and share responsibility for those affected by these crises?
Mark Glanville is co-author of a book that touches on these issues. He’s also an Old Testament scholar in Vancouver who serves as associate professor of pastoral theology at Regent College. Fun facts: He’s from Australia and is also a trained jazz pianist.
He’s agreed to join us Jan. 26 to share his perspective on how we can generously, creatively and hopefully engage with refugee issues in our communities. He’ll talk a bit about his book Refuge Reimagined: Biblical Kinship in Global Politics (IVP Academic, 2021).
Join Mark Glanville and EFC hosts Ilana Reimer and Bill Fledderus on January 26 at 7 p.m. Eastern (4 Pacific, 5 Mountain, 6 Central, 8 Atlantic) at www.theefc.ca/Live. We’ll take questions live from the audience. We’ll end with optional small group discussions of Refuge Reimagined, so if you’re a book reader why not order a copy now from your local bookstore to get ready?