Pete leads Emmaus Road church in Guildford as well as serving as Director of Prayer for HTB. His books include Red Moon Rising and God on Mute.
16:00 - 17:00
The Royal Albert Hall
The most powerful thing any leader can gain from this conference is not technical, but spiritual; that you would return home newly equipped and energised to walk closely with God. Of course, we know that prayer was the key to Christ's ministry and that it has been the heartbeat of Christian leadership, in every sphere of society, ever since. But we also know that prayer can be bewildering, boring and hard. In this session, Pete Greig will talk honestly and humorously about his own discoveries, sharing hard-won insights to help you grow your own personal prayer life as well as the corporate prayer life of your church.
14:30 - 15:30
HTB Queen's Gate
Paul Cowley interviews Pete Greig, Graham Tomlin, Stephen Backhouse, Tory Baucum and Sue Colman
‘God sets the lonely in families, he leads out the prisoners with singing.' (Psalm 68:6)
God invites us all to come home into the loving, hospitable relationship between Father, Son and Spirit. Because we have been welcomed into God’s hospitality, we are asked to also invite the strangers in our midst into that same welcome. Whether in our family, church-family or wider communities, how do we extend this invitation to the vulnerable and marginalised? How can this be sustainable and wise while reflecting the profligate generosity of God?
Come and hear from a panel with experience of hospitality within a variety of contexts.
‘I was a stranger, and you invited me in.’ (Matthew 25:35)