DATE: February 28th – March 1st 2020
It’s often noted that Jesus wasn’t necessarily the type of Messiah that people were waiting, or even hoping, for. For those who wanted war, his talk of “peacemakers” was disappointing. For those who valued purity, his choice of dinner-buddies left a lot to be desired. For those who hoped for victory, his execution was a crushing blow. They wanted a saviour - he came as a servant.
Today, we can sometimes still find ourselves with the same dilemma. We want a Jesus who can show us how to kick down walls and take over the world. And yet, when we go looking we find him with a towel around his waist washing the feet of those who are meant to be following him, those who he is meant to be leading, even those who will betray and deny him. Time and time again we encounter a Jesus who “did not come to be served, but to serve.” (Mark 10:45)
At this year’s conference we’ll begin to figure out what this looks like for our ministry with young people. What can we learn from Jesus and those who have gone before? What does it look like to live right, treat others right and make the world right, as it changes around us and as we seek to serve in it?
Venue: The Slate at Warwick Conferences, CV4 7SH
Cost: EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT AVAILABLE! £120 if you book before 31 December 2019.
Full price ticket: £150
Ticket includes food, accommodation and entrance to the conference.
Grants are available.
For more information and to return forms email Salvation Army events: email@example.com or phone: 0207 3674860