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Representatives from EAI will attend the European Evangelical Alliance General Assembly 2015 from October 5-8, 2015 in Germany.

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Followng the success of  a number of regional meetings around the country over the past year, the Executive Directors of EAI, Tony O'Connor and Nick Park, are planning a new series.

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EAI is planning to commission a census of evangelical churches in Ireland.

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Both of our recent publications can now be purchased in Kindle format.

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Payment can be made on the day at the venue.


Further Details:

The Forum is a one day event with a keynote speaker (J. John), a panel discussion, and multiple hour-long workshops from various evangelistic practitioners from around Ireland.

The emphasis will be on discussing and sharing (rather than detailed training) and also on contemporary approaches that are seeing God’s blessing in various corners of the country.

The keynote address will be delivered by J. John, an accomplished evangelist, minister, speaker, social activist and writer, with a remarkable gift for communicating the truth in an engaging, stimulating and practical way.

He is also the author of several books including just 10 – a contemporary application of God’s Ten Commandments and The Natural Evangelism Course – a six-session course designed to equip and encourage the church in evangelism.

We are looking forward to his contribution and those of the other speakers and workshop leaders all of whom will take part in the panel discussion.

Full details of the Workshop options are available here.

Date:   21 November 2015.

Time:   09.00 hrs - 17.00 hrs.

Venue: Griffith Conference Centre, South Circular Road, Dublin 8.

The Conference Centre is on the Campus of Griffith College (formerly Griffith Barracks).

Directions and public transport options are available by clicking here.

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The full text of the appeal can be viewed here.

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