2014 UK Borders Conference
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Banner of Truth 2014 Borders Conference
When? 7-8 November 2014
Where? Church of Scotland, Chapel Street, Carlisle CA1 1JA
‘Teach us to Pray’
Restoring the Heartbeat of the Church
The disciples’ request, ‘Lord, teach us to pray’ has a perennial ring to it for Christians through the ages. Maintaining a fresh and faithful prayer life, at a corporate level in the church as much as in our personal devotional life, is one of the greatest challenges in the life of faith. How does Jesus answer this request in the busyness and superficiality of the world in which we are called to serve?
Friday, 7th November
- 7:15 pm – The Spirit of Adoption: the Ultimate Prayer Partner , Lewis Allen
- Short Break
- 8:30 pm – ‘Daniel was a Man of Prayer’: Learning from an Old Testament Pray-er , Geoff Thomas
Saturday, 8th November
- 9:30 am – The Apostle of Prayer: Learning from Paul , Lewis Allen
- Coffee/tea break
- 11:00 am – Reports Session
- 1:30 pm – The Far-Reaching Benefit of the Lord’s Prayer , Geoff Thomas
- 3:00 pm – The Puritans as Role Models for the Life of Prayer , Jonathan Watson
The Church of Scotland is in Chapel Street, which is off Lowther Street near the Lanes Shopping Centre.
Registration for the Conference is from 6:30pm on Friday evening. If attending only on Saturday, please allow time to register before the opening session.
Lunch on Saturday is not provided, but tea and coffee will be available at the Conference venue. Delegates may wish to bring a packed lunch, or make use of one of the many eating places nearby.
Details of convenient guest houses, etc., for overnight accommodation can be obtained from the Tourist Information Centre on 01228 598596, or through the following websites:
Lewis Allen has been Pastor of Hope Church, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, since 2010. He is a Board Member of the London Theological Seminary, and the Assistant Director of the Christian Ministry Training Course.
Geoff Thomas is Pastor of Alfred Place Baptist Church, Aberystwyth, Wales, and has written three books published by the Trust — Philip and the Revival in Samaria, Ernest Reisinger: A Biography, and Reading the Bible.
Jonathan Watson has been General Editor of the Banner of Truth Trust since 2004. Before this, he pastored churches in his native Ireland and on the Channel Island of Jersey.