9 October, 2021
Saturday 10:30 am - Saturday 12:30 pm
About the event
We live in a digital age, and things develop faster and faster every day! Technology is touching every area of our lives, from holiday pictures to bank transfers or health and fitness apps – everything can be managed and stored at our fingertips.
The way we do church and plan our mission initiatives today also needs to adapt to the fast-paced developments of our age.
Join us on Zoom to explore how technological challenges are impacting our walk with God and our mission work.
Come to network with like-minded people and explore together the immense and radical scope of technological advance in light of our task of sharing the good news of Jesus.
Dr. Mark C. Sinclair
Mark is an experienced university teacher in Computer Science and Telecommunications, with research interests in computational intelligence and network design. He has been with OMF since 2001, seconded as Professor of Computer Science to both RUPP and, more recently, NPIC in Cambodia, as well as co-founding a software development business there. Currently he is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer and Information Science at the University of Northumbria.
Revd Dr. Matt Prior
Matt is a tutor and lecturer in ethics at St Mellitus College. He is married to Esther, a vicar, and they have two children. He enjoys travelling to visit family in Africa. He loves playing cricket and still occasionally bowls straight. He is continuing to engage with Jacques Ellul research and looks forward to teaching a new MA module on Ethics in a Technological Age.
Contact person for registration and Zoom details:
07402 873 654