The Prophetic Voice - Pastors and Leaders Conference 2019

Speaker(s): Darrell Johnson, Diane Stinton, Joshua Koh, Ken Shigamatsu, Lydia Cruttwell, Norm Funk, Phil Long, Sandeep Jadhav, Mardi Dolfo-Smith
Date: Spring 2019
Length: 8h8m
Product ID: RGDL4908S

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Our world urgently needs to hear a living word from the living God. Explore what it means for the church to speak in the "prophetic voice" - to proclaim those much-needed words in our particular time.

Speakers: Darrell Johnson (Conference Host), Phil Long, Diane Stinton, Lydia Cruttwell, Mardi Dolfo-Smith, Norm Funk, Sandeep Jadhav, Joshua Koh, and Ken Shigematsu

A - Morning Plenary: 'How to hear the Biblical Prophets' and Q&A (Phil Long)

B - Morning Plenary: "What is God Up To in the World?" and Q&A (Diane Stinton)

C - Afternoon Plenary: "The "Posture" of the Prophetic Voice" (Darrell Johnson)

D - Morning Plenary: 'Our Brothers' Keepers?' (Lydia Cruttwell)

E - Morning Plenary: 'Light of the World: Jesus' Ministry of Freedom & Justice' (Joshua Koh)

F - Afternoon Plenary: "The Sexual Objectification and Exploitation of Women" (Mardi Dolfo-Smith)

G - Afternoon Plenary: "The Deceit of their own minds" (Norm Funk)

H - Morning Plenary: "How (Not) to Ruin a Nation" (Sandeep Jadhav)

I - Morning Plenary: "The Arc of History Bends with Jesus Christ" (Sandeep Jadhav)

J - Closing Plenary: "The Grand Prophetic Vision" (Darrell Johnson)

See All Audio by Darrell Johnson Diane Stinton Joshua Koh Ken Shigamatsu Lydia Cruttwell Norm Funk Phil Long Sandeep Jadhav Mardi Dolfo-Smith

Darrell W. Johnson is Senior Minister at First Baptist Church in Vancouver and former Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology at Regent College. Before coming to Regent he served for 30 years as Preaching Pastor for churches in the United States and the Philippines. He continues to teach as a sessional lecturer at Regent College.

Diane Stinton is Associate Professor of Mission Studies and Dean of Students at Regent College. She specializes in the study of world Christianity, particularly in theological developments in the global South. She has taught theology for many years in Kenya, where she helped launch two new programs: an MTh in African Christianity at Daystar University, and an MTh in World Christianity at the Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology (NEGST). She is the author of Jesus of Africa: Voices of Contemporary Christology and the editor of African Theology on the Way: Current Conversations.

Joshua Koh(MDiv '06, Regent College) is a Chinese American born in Penang, Malaysia, and raised in Chicago, where he completed a BA in Bible and Psychology at Wheaton College. While pursuing his MDiv at Regent Josh met his wife Jenny and decided to make Vancouver home. Josh has a passion for leading God's people into intimate encounter through music and desires to shape their biblical and cultural worldview through teaching and worship. He is committed to exploring and learning about the intersection between race, culture, and faith.

Ken Shigematsu pastors a large and diverse city-center congregation, Tenth Church. He is a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Medal awarded to Canadians in recognition for their outstanding contribution to the country. Before entering pastoral ministry, he worked for the Sony Corporation in Tokyo. Ken is the author of the award-winning international bestseller God in My Everything and the newly released bestseller Survival Guide for the Soul. He lives in Vancouver with his wife, Sakiko, and their son, Joey.

Lydia Cruttwell(Mdiv '12) is an Ontario native who came out west to study at Regent College. After graduating, she began pastoring at a local Mennonite congregation, Peace Church on 52nd. She has a deep and abiding love for reading Scripture both narratively and contextually, and for letting the Bible challenge and speak comfort into our lives. While Lydia did not grow up in the church, she is very grateful to have followed God's surprising call to ministry in an Anabaptist congregation, with its strong tradition of simple living, refugee sponsorship, and pacifism.

Norm Funkis the planter and founding pastor of Westside Church in Vancouver. Since its founding in 2005, Westside has had the joy of planting three other churches and a campus ministry in the Vancouver area. Norm has been married to Nicole for 24 years and they have two teenaged boys, Matthew and Micah. Norm also serves in a part-time leadership capacity with the Multiply Network, a cross-denominational ministry supporting church planters in Canada and around the globe.

V. Philips Long is Professor of Old Testament at Regent College. Previously he taught at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, and Freie Theologische Akademie in Germany. His book publications include The Reign and Rejection of King Saul: A Case for Literary and Theological Coherence, The Art of Biblical History, and the co-authored work (with Iain Provan and Tremper Longman III) A Biblical History of Israel. He has contributed commentary notes for the ESV Study Bible (Joshua) and the Spirit of the Reformation Study Bible (1-2 Samuel) and has served on several translation projects.

Sandeep JadhavBefore coming to Canada, Sandeep Jadhav (MDiv u201810, ThM u201814) and his wife Sunnyu worked as missionaries with YWAM, mostly in India. As a pastor and teacher, Sandeep is called to disciple and equip believers to participate in God's mission in this world. He desires to help people navigate their sense of identity in Christ, their place in His church, and their desire to follow Him within a multicultural context. Sandeep and Sunnyu have two teenage sons, Serome and Nathan.

Mardi Dolfo-Smith is Senior Associate Pastor at Tenth in charge of small groups and discipleship. She is involved in helping people at Tenth connect more with God and each other. It is her hope that through small groups, the congregation at Tenth will grow in their love for God and develop practical ways to serve God, the community, and the world around them. A graduate of Regent College, Mardi is also especially interested in the Old Testament and the impact of Christianity on women.
Mardi and her husband Toni have been married for 14 years and have four children.

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