The Keswick Lectures 13 - Lyndon Bowring
Transformed and Transformational
Lyndon passionately believes that we have a priority to preach the Good News; to see individual lives transformed but then to mobilise them to exercise their 'gospel responsibility' to be shining lights and active salt, and engage in social action and care in this world - seeing His kingdom come and His will be done amoung us as it is in heaven! His heartfelt prayer is for the church to be a transformational agent under God in every part of society so that people's lives, families, communities and nations are radically changed by the grace and truth of God, and to see the laws of our land in harmony with biblical principles. Lyndon Bowring is Chairman of CARE, a well-established mainstream Christian charity providing resources and helping to bring Christian insight and experience to matters of public policy and practical caring initiatives. CARE is represented in the UK Parliaments and Assemblies, at the EU in Brussels and the UN in Geneva and New York. Lyndon was born in South Wales, studied at the London Bible College (now London School of Theology) and is an ordained Elim minister, now based in an advisory capacity at Kensington Temple. He is a member of the Evangelical Alliance Council and is a well-known speaker at many Christian events and churches; he is also involved with several accountability groups of church leaders. Lyndon is married to Celia, they live in London and have three grown up children. His hobbies include cooking, exploring London and watching rugby!