Free Download: The Reformed Tradition: Past, Present, Future

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On the 500th anniversary of Luther’s launch of the Protestant Reformation, we present this free resource from our event Young, Wrestling and Always Reforming. This Conversation Forum features Moses Chung, Peter Choi, Frank James, Shannon Kiser and is hosted by David Bailey. This resource is free for you to download from 10/30-11/6.

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Conversation Forum Participants

About Moses Chung

Moses is director of Christian Reformed Home Missions, a denominational mission agency of the Christian Reformed Church (CRC) in North America. He is a graduate from Calvin College, Calvin Theological Seminary, and earned a doctorate in missional leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is an ordained Christian Reformed minister, and lives in Grand Rapids with his wife, Eunae, and their children, Alvin and Jewel. His pastorates include serving in parish ministry and church planting settings in Southern California, and most recently, serving as executive pastor of 30,000-member church in Busan, South Korea.

About Peter Choi

Peter grew up in Southern California and has also lived in New Jersey, Michigan, and Indiana. He was a campus minister and church planter in Ann Arbor for seven years. In addition to being on the pastoral team at City Church, he is a Senior Fellow at the Newbigin House of Studies and a member of the Newbigin Faculty at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan. He is a graduate of Pomona College, Calvin Theological Seminary (MDiv), and the University of Notre Dame (PhD). Peter and his wife, Minsun, have three sons.

About Frank James

Frank A. James III is the President and Professor of Historical Theology at Biblical Theological Seminary in Hatfield, PA. He studied history under Alister McGrath for his DPhil at Oxford University and added a second PhD in Theology from Westminster Theological Seminary/Pennsylvania.

About Shannon Kiser

Shannon serves as Director of Training for Fresh Expressions US, leading a team of mission strategists and trainers in the development and implementation of the Mission Shaped Ministry course through Pioneer Learning Communities. She is also a pastor on staff with Riverside Church in Sterling, VA, a Church that worships in two languages and engages in several Fresh Expressions of Church. In the last several years, Shannon has been involved with the Presbyterian Church’s New Worshiping Communities initiative, and has directed the coaching network that supports pioneer leaders. Shannon lives in Springfield, VA with her husband Patrick and teenage daughters Catherine and Suzanne.

About David Bailey

David M. Bailey is the founder and director of Making a Melody, a ministry that provides cultural training and worship resources for communities that seek to embody Christ-centered diversity and reconciliation. He is an author, speaker, and the producer of the Arrabon and Urban Doxology projects. He also serves on the Missio Alliance Board. David and his wife Joy live in Richmond, VA and enjoy exploring new cities and entertaining friends (old and new) in their home.

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