The Keswick Convention Podcast

Dr Dan Strange - Faith, Culture & Preaching unto them Jesus

April 01, 2021 Rachel Redeemed | Dan Strange Season 2 Episode 11
Dr Dan Strange - Faith, Culture & Preaching unto them Jesus
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The Keswick Convention Podcast
Dr Dan Strange - Faith, Culture & Preaching unto them Jesus
Apr 01, 2021 Season 2 Episode 11
Rachel Redeemed | Dan Strange

Rachel Redeemed talks to College Director  Dr Dan Strange,  Lecturer in Culture, Religion and Public Theology at Oak Hill Theological College. In this episode of the Keswick Convention Podcast, we hear some of Dan's story as to how he came to faith and what has been encouraging him in this season. He also shares on connecting faith to culture as well as the hope we have in Jesus and what difference that makes in the season we are in. Dan also shares some advice on supporting your church leadership, whatever that looks like for your church family and what it means to 'preach unto them Jesus'.

You can find out more from Oak Hill Theological College here:

https://www.oakhill.ac.uk

Crosslands Seminary here:

https://www.crosslands.training

You can jump in on Twitter here to hear more from Dan:

https://twitter.com/drdanstrange

You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.

This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to their other podcast, Kes Talks, here.

This podcast was presented and produced by Rachel Redeemed.

The theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon 

If you would like to Support the show, you now know where to go! (https://keswickministries.org/donate)

Support the Show.

Visit the Keswick Ministries website for more resources.

The theme for Keswick Convention 2023 is Human. The Convention will explore what it means for humans to be in God’s image, how it is to be lived out, how it is challenged in contemporary debates, and how that sin-marred image is renewed in Christ, fully human and fully God.

You can learn more about Keswick Convention 2023: Human here. This year's Convention is held from 15th July - 4th August 2023. The Convention is free to attend and open to all.

This podcast was presented by James Cary and Rachel Redeemed, and produced by Rachel Redeemed.

Show Notes

Rachel Redeemed talks to College Director  Dr Dan Strange,  Lecturer in Culture, Religion and Public Theology at Oak Hill Theological College. In this episode of the Keswick Convention Podcast, we hear some of Dan's story as to how he came to faith and what has been encouraging him in this season. He also shares on connecting faith to culture as well as the hope we have in Jesus and what difference that makes in the season we are in. Dan also shares some advice on supporting your church leadership, whatever that looks like for your church family and what it means to 'preach unto them Jesus'.

You can find out more from Oak Hill Theological College here:

https://www.oakhill.ac.uk

Crosslands Seminary here:

https://www.crosslands.training

You can jump in on Twitter here to hear more from Dan:

https://twitter.com/drdanstrange

You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.

This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to their other podcast, Kes Talks, here.

This podcast was presented and produced by Rachel Redeemed.

The theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon 

If you would like to Support the show, you now know where to go! (https://keswickministries.org/donate)

Support the Show.

Visit the Keswick Ministries website for more resources.

The theme for Keswick Convention 2023 is Human. The Convention will explore what it means for humans to be in God’s image, how it is to be lived out, how it is challenged in contemporary debates, and how that sin-marred image is renewed in Christ, fully human and fully God.

You can learn more about Keswick Convention 2023: Human here. This year's Convention is held from 15th July - 4th August 2023. The Convention is free to attend and open to all.

This podcast was presented by James Cary and Rachel Redeemed, and produced by Rachel Redeemed.