2011: Conference Review

Posted : Mon, Oct 31, 2011 | In : 2011: An alternative society

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The conference was held at the Emmaus Church Centre in Warrington, which had been kindly lent by the Orford church. The facilities are superb.  We have to say thank you to the ladies from Chorlton Evangelical church for looking after us throughout the day.

The theme for all the GGOJ conferences is “Building Biblical Churches for the 21st Century” and that theme was evident throughout this year’s conference.

2011: Conference Sermons & Photos

Posted : Sun, Oct 16, 2011 | In : 2011: An alternative society

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The 2011 Conference sermons are now available. Listen on-line or download the MP3 sermons.

The conference again proved a time of great fellowship with challenging Bible teaching from our speakers: Dr John Hall, Andrew Swanson & Dr James Renihan.

2011: An alternative society

Posted : Sat, Sep 17, 2011 | In : 2011: An alternative society

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This year the conference will be held on:

Friday 14th & Saturday 15th October
at
The Emmaus Church Centre, Warrington

 

 

PDF

2011 Conference leaflet (4.19MB PDF)

2010: Conference Review

Posted : Sat, Jan 22, 2011 | In : 2010: Confronting the Culture

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The subtitle of this conference is “Building Biblical Churches for the 21st Century”, which is a summary of the nature of the conference.  It is directed to all Christians who are actively working in their local churches to bring glory to God.  This year the theme was “Confronting the Culture”, and the addresses were all directed to aspects of the way our churches work in the light of 21st Century culture. 

The theme was reflected in the titles of the addresses:

  • Building biblical churches in a godless society
  • Building biblical churches in a hi-tec society
  • Building biblical churches in an entertainment society
  • Building biblical churches in the light of Christ’s return to keep all of these in their proper perspective

A theme which ran through all the addresses was that our churches, and the individual Christians within them, must live and work with a different focus from the society around us.