In January and February, we held a four-part seminar series to reflect and learn together with a host of CI friends who shared their wealth of experience in strengthening the church in Africa and beyond. Through this four-part seminar, we hope participants were equipped to meaningfully connect with their communities, to the African Church, and pursue unity in diversity, in the context of today’s global challenges.
We are happy to share the recordings of these seminars and hope they continue to be a living voice and resource for you and your communities.
Jan 16: Where have we been? Historical roots to today’s realities and our response of celebration and lament
Panelist: James Byensi, Evangelical Church in Central Africa
Panelist: Mark Shaw, Africa International University
Respondent: Doug Slaughter, Second Baptist Church, Aiken, SC
Jan 30: Where is God leading us? The New We as God’s intent for the Church
Panelist: Emmanuel Katongole, University of Notre Dame
Panelist: David Kasali, CI President
Respondent: David Dunderdale, Blacknall Memorial Presbyterian Church
Feb 13: Forming a new kind of leader for a new kind of future global community
Panelist: Honoré Bunduki, UCBC Rector
Panelist: Paul Robinson, CI Co-founder
Respondent: Rachel Sweet, University of Notre Dame
Feb 27: Looking ahead: Building resilient global relationships
Panelist: Muhia Karianjahi, Wheaton College
Panelist: Charlie Brainer, Taylor University
Respondent: Chelsie Chan, Tearfund USA
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