Our culture seems to be in constant state of flux and evolution, and it’s easy to feel like we’re running several steps behind in our attempts to engage people around us with the story and message of Jesus. During our week together we’ll explore the challenges and opportunities of our present moment, and some of the ways we can respond — both as individuals, and as communities; in word and in action. We’ll begin developing a plan for recalibrating our own lives so that we can continue to partner effectively with God in his mission to the people and places around us.
Luke Cawley is the Director of Chrysolis, a small non-profit which helps churches and organizations develop innovative projects engaging the people and culture around them. He has written or coedited several books, including 'Campus Lights: Students Living and Speaking for Jesus Around the World' (Muddy Pearl, 2019), a journalistic account of God’s work in universities across the globe, and 'The Myth of the Non-Christian: Engaging Atheists, Nominal Christians and the Spiritual But Not Religious' (IVP, 2016) — a practical guidebook to contextualised apologetics. Luke is also the co-creator of Invisible Castle, and on the leadership team of a growing local church in the South West of England.