Webinar: Following Jesus in a Rapidly Changing World

Access to the webinar via zoom requires registration

In a rapidly changing world being a Christian means many things to many people. Things are said and done, in the name of a Christian faith, that radically oppose and contradict each other. An international group of panelists will wrestle with the questions: How to offer meaningful responses to the complex social, political and life issues, rather than simplistic, over-spiritualized, virtue-signaling responses? How to engage and make a difference without getting drowned in the ever-deepening confusion? How to keep Jesus in focus even when we disagree? What is it that makes a Follower of Jesus stand out as the light and the salt to our communities in these changing times? 

Our panelists include: Liviu and Camilla Bocaniala, social activists, artists, co-founders of Polylogos, Cluj-Napoca, Romania; Heather Nicole Staff, political adviser on refugee and migration policy to UK parliamentarians, London, UK; Jyl Hall Smith, adjunct professor at United Theological Seminary, Dayton, Ohio; John Hart, co-founder of a policy advocacy group C3 Solutions, an award-winning writer, journalist, media commentator, Brownsville, Maryland; Susan Kerr, expert in European public affairs, the editor of the book- Is God a Populist?; and Tihomir Kukolja, former (ROM) Renewing Our Minds Director. Join us. Share. Invite a friend. 

Make plan to be with us on Tuesday, December 8, 2020. Register now. Access to the webinar via zoom requires registration

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Make plan to be with us on Tuesday, December 8, 2020. Register now. Access to the webinar via zoom requires registration

About Tihomir Kukolja

Tihomir Kukolja, born in Slavonska Pozega, Croatia in 1954. Studied, lived and worked in Yugoslavia, Croatia, United Kingdom, Australia and the US. Education in theology, communications, and radio journalism. Worked as a church pastor, media professional, radio producer and presenter, journalist, religious liberty activist, and reconciliation and leadership development activist. Lives in Baytown TX, USA with professional ties with Seattle WA, USA and Fuzine, Croatia. Currently serves as the Executive Director, Forum for Leadership and Reconciliation (Forum), and Director of Renewing Our Minds (ROM) initiative. Loves photography, blogging and social media. Views, opinions and interests expressed in this blog are those of the author and contributors alone, and do not necessarily represent the views of organizations with which the author is or has been associated in the past.
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