Monday - Friday
Charles Price has been the Senior Pastor of The Peoples Church in Toronto, Canada since September 2001. His television programme, Living Truth, is broadcast around the world. Charles came to Christ at the age of 12 and trained at Bible colleges in the UK after two years farming in Zimbabwe. While on the staff of Capernwray Hall he engaged in an itinerant ministry of evangelism and Bible teaching. He is the author of seven books, and was awarded an honorary D.D. degree by Tyndale University, Toronto in 2004. Charles married Hilary in 1980 and they have three adult children.
Richard Condie has been Vicar of St Jude’s Anglican Church Carlton, in Melbourne, Australia for the past 11 years. St Jude’s is a church of 600 meeting in 7 different congregations, working to reach tertiary students, young workers, families, migrants and refugees with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Prior to St Jude’s Richard taught New Testament at Ridley Melbourne. He is married to Helen and they have two teenage children. He also serves as Archdeacon of Melbourne.
Peter Baker has served in three churches during thirty years of Christian ministry: Above Bar Southampton, Romford Evangelical Church and, for the past 18 years, Highfields Church in Cardiff. In June he became the Minister of Lansdowne Baptist in Bournemouth. Married for thirty years to Sian, a BBC Producer, they have two daughters. Peter is Welsh, an Oxford history graduate and double blue. He is a lover of sport and literature, with an eclectic musical taste. He has a passion for developing Christian leaders and in his spare time is a free lance religious broadcaster with the BBC.
Antony Billington is Head of Theology at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, where his role is to contribute to and develop the biblical and theological breadth and depth of the LICC team. Prior to joining LICC in 2007, Antony taught Hermeneutics and Biblical Theology at London School of Theology for sixteen years. He enjoys spending time with his family, reading, working his way through DVD sets of quality TV series, and posting entries on his blog at http://antony-billington.blogspot.com/.
Alister McGrath is Professor of Theology, Ministry and Education at King’s College London, and President of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. On Sundays, he ministers in some village churches in the Cotswolds. Alister is best known for his defence of Christianity against its New Atheist critics, such as Richard Dawkins. He has a long-standing interest in explaining Christian ideas in simple terms, and is the author of some of the world’s best-selling theological textbooks, including Christian Theology: An Introduction, now in its fifth edition. His most recent book is a new biography of C. S. Lewis, published to mark the 50th anniversary of Lewis’s death in 1963.
|Plus: Peter Maiden, Alasdair Paine & John Risbridger.|
Wednesday 9.30am - 10.30am
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
|School of Mission with Peter Maiden|
|School of Leadership with Peter Baker|
|Famous Last Words with Richard Condie|
|School of Stewardship with Anthony Billington|
The Word @ 2.30
Christ at the Centre -
Monday - Friday
|In the afternoons at Keswick there are many things to do, but why not come along to The Word @ 2.30 - another great opportunity to hear the Word of God expounded.|
Saturday - Friday
The Evening Celebrations in the Main Tent at Skiddaw Street combine uplifting worship, drama, interviews, prayer and more inspirational teaching. A Crèche marquee on the same site is fully equipped with a live TV relay of the meeting and plenty of toys! Parents are responsible for their own children in this venue. The Kids Club (8-11s) and Youth programme (11-18s) have their own meetings to coincide with the Evening Celebrations.
|Sunday||Richard Condie (Communion)|
Further details on the Abide programme can be found here.
Music & Other Events
The music this week will be led by Steve James and band.
On Wednesday afternoon Jayne Lewis will be ‘in concert’ (tickets required - available at the event)