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LOCAL EVENT: Faithful Christians in Fearful Times (Greenville)


Register 2022-10-29 18:00 2022-10-29 21:00 America/New_York LOCAL EVENT: Faithful Christians in Fearful Times (Greenville)

CSLI-Greenville presents The novelist Marilynne Robinson once said, “Fear is not a Christian habit of mind.” It’s a convicting thought for many of us, especially as we try to live in the aftermath of a global pandemic, amidst social unrest and economic turmoil in our nation, and with an ongoing war abroad. What does steadfast faith look like in fearful times and to whom might we look for realistic insight? How can we make sure that our neighbors, friends, children and grandchildren see in us a faith that commends the hope of Christ? Join us for an evening conference featuring Stuart and Cameron McAllister as we press into these questions. Our prayer is to offer a vision of faith that overcomes fear. Stuart McAllister – International Speaker & Author, Reflections Ministries, Thinking Out Loud Director of Ministry Cameron McAllister – Author, Podcast Host, Thinking Out Loud Co-Founder Select your quantity to register for this event. By completing the registration form you agree to be added to our email list. You can opt out at any point.

Downtown Presbyterian Church, 435 W. Washington Street, Greenville, SC [email protected]rg

CSLI-Greenville presents

The novelist Marilynne Robinson once said, “Fear is not a Christian habit of mind.” It’s a convicting thought for many of us, especially as we try to live in the aftermath of a global pandemic, amidst social unrest and economic turmoil in our nation, and with an ongoing war abroad. What does steadfast faith look like in fearful times and to whom might we look for realistic insight? How can we make sure that our neighbors, friends, children and grandchildren see in us a faith that commends the hope of Christ?

Join us for an evening conference featuring Stuart and Cameron McAllister as we press into these questions. Our prayer is to offer a vision of faith that overcomes fear.

  • Stuart McAllister - International Speaker & Author, Reflections Ministries, Thinking Out Loud Director of Ministry
  • Cameron McAllister - Author, Podcast Host, Thinking Out Loud Co-Founder

Select your quantity to register for this event. By completing the registration form you agree to be added to our email list. You can opt out at any point.

Stuart McAllister

Stuart McAllister, Apologist, born in Scotland, has been a long-time Christian mobilizer in Europe, including several brief imprisonments for preaching the gospel in communist countries. Stuart McAllister is an international apologist and an Associate Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. Formerly, he worked with Operation Mobilisation before becoming General Secretary for the European Evangelical Alliance. Pluralism, postmodernism, and consumerism are regular topics addressed by Stuart in his leadership seminars. Stuart has been a lecturer at Alliance Theological Seminary in Nyack, New York, where he was honored with a doctor of divinity. Additionally, he has been a featured speaker several times at the European Leadership Forum.

 

Cameron McAllister

Cameron McAllister, Author, is the co-founder of Thinking Out Loud where he’s a speaker, writer and one half of the Thinking Out Loud podcast, a weekly podcast about current events and Christian hope. He is the co-author (with his father, Stuart) of Faith That Lasts: A Father and Son on Cultivating Lifelong Belief. A former staff writer with Christ & Pop Culture, Cameron’s writing has appeared in Christianity Today, Relevant Magazine, Think Christian, and Fathom Magazine. He holds a masters degree in apologetics from Houston Baptist University. Cameron and his wife Heather live in the Atlanta area with their two children.  

The Schedule

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Lecture and Discussion