The Gospel

& Today’s

Culture

28–31 AUGUST | 7.30pm

Capel Y Drindod, Pwllheli

After the hiatus caused by Covid the Llŷn Bible Week is back this August from Monday 28th to Thursday 31st August.

The venue will once again be Capel y Drindod in Pwllheli and the theme for the week will be

The Gospel & Today’s Culture

Our speaker is Tony Watkins.

Over four evenings, he will look at key speeches in the book of Acts to consider how the gospel speaks into today’s culture. From Peter’s preaching on the day of Pentecost, to Paul’s farewell to the Ephesian elders, via Pisidian Antioch and Athens, we will discover the relevance of these messages for the challenges and opportunities we face today.

This will be a great opportunity for Christians across the Llŷn and Eifionydd to meet together, to worship and grapple with the key issue of reaching others with the Gospel.

Our speaker

Tony

Watkins

Tony is the Fellow for Public Engagement at Tyndale House, Cambridge (tyndalehouse.com) – a research centre specialising in the languages, history, and cultural context of the Bible. He has recently completed doctoral research exploring ways of using the prophetic literature in media engagement. Tony has been a speaker and writer on media and the Bible for many years, having worked in partnership with various organisations including the Lausanne Media Engagement Network and Damaris Norway. Tony is married to Jane, who is Director of Mentoring for Growing Young Disciples.

Capel Y Drindod,
Pwllheli,
LL53 5HU