Dates: October 21, 2022 (6 pm – 9 pm) – October 22, 2022 (8:30 am-2:00 pm)
Location: Waialae Baptist Church (1047 21st Ave, Honolulu, HI 96816)
Speaker: Adam Mabry
Are you tired of the tribal, side-taking culture in politics, the press, and even the church? Are you unsure of whether to jump into the fight or just keep quiet? If you’re ready for a better way to navigate the political tensions in your family, workplace, school, or church, start here. Adam Mabry, author of Stop Taking Sides will help us learn how to stand for truth while being an example of the love that should result from faith in Jesus Christ. In an increasingly polarized America, Christians need to understand how to present truth to our culture in a loving, but uncompromising way.
(Online livestream option available at registration)
On October 21-22nd, the Alec and Belle Waterhouse Lecture Series will be hosting a Current Issues Conference at Waialae Baptist Church.
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Event Keynote Speaker:
God has taken the Mabry family on amazing adventures and through some pretty tough challenges. For five years, they labored alongside a great team to plant two new churches in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. In 2010, Adam and Hope moved to Boston to begin work to plant Aletheia Church. Fueled with a passion for God’s truth and grace to permeate all areas of society, Adam is honored and excited about the task of pastoring.
He holds an M.A. from Reformed Theological Seminary and a Th.M. from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. He writes frequently for Every Nation, NewChurches.com, The Gospel Coalition, and on his own blog.
He is the author of Life and Doctrine, Church Forward, and a few other books and publications.
He currently lives in Boston with his wife, Hope — an amazing photographer, full-time educator, and mom extraordinaire. They live with their four children, Alanna, Nora, Cole, and Wyatt.
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