90-minute Presbyterian Outlook webinar
Presented by Kent Annan
In this webinar, we focus on how to become more welcoming to refugees and immigrants — personally, as a church and as a country.
The presentation look at the theological and scriptural reasons for welcoming, while also specifically addressing real concerns that many people have. We explore practical ways to help locally, nationally and internationally. And, you be introduced to spiritual practices that can help a church and its members go deeper on this issue, wherever they are along the political spectrum. Kent Annan also shares stories that encourage the church to be more welcoming.
After participating in this webinar, you will:
- Be able to address real concerns that people have about refugee and immigration issues.
- Know spiritual practices that can be used in a congregation to help go deeper in addressing these issues.
- Be ready to help and advocate for refugees and immigrants in practical ways.
- Understand the theological basis for “welcoming.”
Who should attend:
This webinar is helpful to pastors, Christian educators and congregation members who are (or want to be) engaged on refugee and immigration issues.
What do I get when I order?
When you order today, you will receive a link to a recording of the webinar as well as any additional resources.
What is the price?
We ask that you pay $10 for individual viewing and $20 if a group views the recording. If your group is larger than 25, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing.
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Kent Annan is director of humanitarian and disaster leadership at Wheaton College in Illinois. He worked for two years in western Europe with refugees from Bosnia, Iran, Sierra Leone and many other countries. He later worked for six months with refugees in Albania and then in Kosovo. He is a senior consultant at Development Associates International, which trains Christian leaders around the world. He cofounded Haiti Partners, lived in Haiti for two and a half years, and spent 15 years working on education with churches in Haiti. Kent has an MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary and is married to Shelly. They have a daughter, Simone, and son, Cormac. He is the author of several books including “Slow Kingdom Coming” and the forthcoming “You Welcomed Me: Loving Refugees and Immigrants Because God First Loved Us.”