About The Conference
In recent memory, it has never been harder to hold to a biblical sexual ethic. Those that do face opposition from all sides, both inside and outside of the church. The prevailing culture now teaches that the cost of discipleship in this area is so great that it’s harmful.
Our faith and our sexualities are two of the most personal parts of our lived experience. Some may feel worn out that the way they have chosen to reconcile the two is the subject of such intense scrutiny. Others may now be seriously doubting the truth or goodness of the Bible’s teaching.
King David was one man who knew a thing or two about facing opposition. These day conferences will focus on three of his Psalms, and will remind us of God’s goodness as we remain steadfast in Him.
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Talk 1: Steadfast In Our Waiting
In Psalm 27, David is hard pressed by his adversaries, however, he remains confident in the Lord and looks to Him as his “light and salvation”. This talk will explore some of the ways we might feel particularly hard pressed in our ever-changing culture and encourage us to both remember God’s previous goodness to us, and be expectant of the goodness that is to come.
Talk 2: Steadfast In Our Wanting
Psalm 28 reminds us that our waiting on God will not be without difficulty. As Christians, we should expect to face ongoing opposition and temptation. This talk will explore the conflicting desires in our hearts. On the one hand, we want to honour God with body, mind and spirit, on the other there is a part of us that really wants to conform to this world. We’ll explore and give thanks for the many gifts God gives to His disciples to help them persevere.
Talk 3: Steadfast In Our Worship
Psalm 29 will remind us of the power of the Lord and encourage us to worship in the “beauty of holiness”. But how can we interact with and build bridges with those around us who do not see the beauty of the Gospel's message? Psalm 29 is a Psalm that shows us not only God’s power but also the tenderness and intimacy He shows to His people. This talk will explore why these truths should cause us to rejoice and remind us what it is the Gospel has to offer to those who don’t yet look to the Lord.
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