Live - Keswick Convention 2019 - 17 July 9.30am - Lecture 1 - Longing: Ours, Theirs and Everyone’s
It is curious that in our deeply divided world, humanity seems easily able to reach consensus that 'things are not as they should be'. Our problem lies in our failure to agree on the 'what should be' bit. For followers of Jesus, the Great Commission is a vital part of 'what should be' - good news of great joy shared with the whole world! Yet enthusiasm for it, and the language used to articulate it, has shifted constantly through church history. 'Longing', as both word and paradigm, brilliantly captures an underappreciated but powerful aspect of God’s design for global mission.
Jason Mandryk was born, grew up, and studied in Canada before moving to the UK to join the Operation World team. For 20 years, he has served through multiple editions and publications of this ministry, as researcher, editor, author, and team leader. He is thrilled to minister in an exciting time when we are seeing the increasing convergence of information, prayer, and mission. He also enjoys being outdoors amidst God’s created grandeur; Keswick allows the best of both passions!
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Ask Phillip - Preaching from a Script?
To suggest that one type of preaching is more spiritual than another, or that the Holy Spirit works better in one way that the other, shows a serious lack of understanding of the Spirit. Phillip Jensen says that the Spirit can work just as well in the mind of the preacher in the week before when he is studying and writing his sermon, as He can in the pulpit, and warns against confusing an adrenaline rush with 'the leading of the Spirit'. He outlines some advantages and disadvantages of preaching both from a script and spontaneously.
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In "Ask Phillip" Phillip Jensen answers tricky questions in 5 minutes or less.
Phillip Jensen is a leading Australian evangelical and previously ministered at University Church, New South Wales, the St Matthias Group of Churches and Sydney Cathedral. He now works with Two Ways Ministries and also regularly speaks at national and international churches and conferences, where he continues to model preaching the gospel by teaching the Bible. Check out further videos and free resources from Phillip Jensen at phillipjensen.com.