Join International Nepal Fellowship Australia to explore the controversial topic of religious freedom with Australian and Nepali church leaders

Is faith under attack? Can the church be faithful and fruitful in the face of restrictions and hardship?

What do Christians have to offer in the conversation about religious freedom and discrimination?

 

St Pauls Anglican Church
1 View St Chatswood

5 – 9pm Saturday 1 Februrary 2020

$30 / $15 concession (including Nepali dinner)

 

Program

5 – 6:30 pm: Faithfulness under Attack – Stories from Nepal’s Church (Keynote with Grishma Parajuli)

6:30 – 7:30 pm: Nepali Feast

7:30 – 9 pm: Free in Christ (Panel discussion with Grishma Parajuli, Megan Powell du Toit and Michael Jensen)

 

Speakers

Grishma Parajuli is Pastor of Nayagaun Church in Pokhara and a national leader in Nepal’s vibrant church. He founded LEAD Nepal, a national training and leadership development program for churches and pastors and has a significant ministry among the international Nepali diaspora. He is CMS Summer School keynote speaker in 2020.

 

 

Megan Powell du Toit is an ordained Baptist Minister, writer, lecturer and preacher. She is Publishing Manager for the Australian College of Theology and editor of the journal Colloquium. Megan co-hosts the With All Due Respect podcast by Eternity News with Michael Jensen.

 

 

Michael JensenMichael Jensen is the rector of St Mark’s Darling Point in Sydney and the author of a number of books. He is a frequent media commentator and teaches theology with the Sydney College of Divinity and the Australian College of Theology. Michael co-hosts the With All Due Respect podcast by Eternity News with Megan Powell du Toit.

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