Virtually Keswick Convention 2020
Virtually Keswick Convention – is an exciting, new five-day online event this Summer.
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Virtually Keswick Convention will feature teaching, sung worship and seminars for adults, youth and children. The engaging sessions will be available free online for everyone.
We’d love you to join us for what promises to be an encouraging time together virtually.
The theme is hope – chosen because at this time of great uncertainty, in the midst of a global pandemic, there is hope in Jesus Christ.
James Robson, Ministry Director for Keswick Ministries, said: “What an encouragement to be part of something bigger – we’re not alone or isolated – but together. All one in Christ Jesus. There will be something for adults, children and youth. It promises to be a great time to meet with God through His Word, together.”
The Bible Reader will be Christopher Ash, Writer-in-Residence at Tyndale House in Cambridge, who will speak on ‘Hope in Jesus’ from the Psalms.
More details of the programme will be published here – on the Keswick Ministries website in coming weeks.
Save the date and tell your family friends, and church about Virtually Keswick Convention – we are looking forward to seeing you.
“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” Romans 15:13
Even in the midst of struggle, hardship, suffering, pain, we can, by the power of the Holy Spirit, be filled to overflowing with joy and peace from the God of hope.
A Christian is not a prisoner of the present moment. Our mood, our well-being, our identity are not defined by our circumstances or our situation. Rather, every Christian is shaped by looking back and looking forward. We look back to Jesus’s life, death, resurrection, ascension and the pouring out of the Holy Spirit. But we don’t just look back. We also look forward – eagerly – to the return and reign of Christ in a new heavens and a new earth, and the day when death is swallowed up in victory.
And this future is not a matter of wish-fulfilment or pious idealism. Rather, it is secured – held-firm – by the sure and certain promises of God. So we are not confined by what seems reasonable based on the present and its possibilities. No. We are shaped – even set free – by what is possible to the God of promise, the God of hope.
That is why this year – during a global pandemic – Keswick Convention – while not meeting together in Keswick – has decided to have a one-week event online focusing on the theme of Hope.
We look forward to meeting with you at Virtually Keswick Convention!