Get Up & Go Breakfast - Life in Action Worldview - Prof Dion Forster

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Prof Dion Forster is the Head of Department of Systematic Theology and Ecclesiology, and the director of the Beyers Naudé Center for Public Theology. Every week Prof Dion helps us to express our faith practically with a dose of his infectious passion for life and the Word.

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05
JAN

Prof Dion Forster – Sharing Hospitality

Prof Dion takes a look at Matthew 25:34-40 and says it can be a challenge to be ‘free’ with our time, our resources, and our space, particularly when we feel under pressure, under-resourced, or under appreciated. How do we follow Jesus’s call to radical hospitality in this wonderful new year?
10
NOV
2022

Prof Dion Forster – Words

Prof Dion shares a message to encourage our listeners to cultivate a love and hunger for God’s word, and also to be spiritually discerning about the power of ‘our words’ and the ongoing importance of ‘words of wisdom and prophecy’.
03
NOV
2022

Prof Dion Forster – All Saints Day - 3 Nov 2022

1 Nov is traditionally celebrated as ‘All Saints Day’ - that can be a bit of a mind bender for many contemporary Christians! There are some who are concerned about the veneration or Saints (an old Catholic tradition), and of course some who are concerned about the focus on remembering those who have died.
Prof Dion chats about All Saints Day, and why it is important for Christians to remember the faithful sisters and brothers whose lives are an example to us.

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