May 30, 2012

EduDeo Ministries One of Several Leading Exhibitors at Gospel Coalition

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Joining committed evangelical pastors and ministry leaders from across the denominational spectrum, EduDeo Ministries was one of several leading ministries with a presence at the second Gospel Coalition Canadian conference. 

Hosted at Hespeler-based Heritage College and Seminary in Cambridge, Ontario, the 2012 conference featured keynote plenary speakers Dr. Don Carson, Research Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical School in Deerfield, Illinois, John Neufeld, Senior Pastor of Willingdon Church in Burnaby, British Columbia, Stephen Um, Senior Pastor of Citylife Presbyterian Church in Boston and David Short, Rector of St. John's Anglican Church in Vancouver. 

Focused on the Book of Philippians, conference attendees were directed the priority of the Gospel and centrality of Christ in the proclamation of the Word, a theme that resonates with EduDeo Ministries' vision and mission to see every community transformed by the Gospel through the advancement of Christ-centred education worldwide. 

As an accredited exhibitor, EduDeo Ministries was effectively placed to engage pastors and ministry leaders from across the country regarding the Biblical mandate and task to reach children in the majority world with a Biblically integrated education.  Both EduDeo Ministries Executive Director Hank de Jong and Eastern Development Director Michael Zwiep have been available at various times over the past two days of the three day conference to highlight EduDeo Ministries' dynamic international education initiatives and programs, including HANDS mission trips, Sponsorship, School2School program, Walking Together teacher training and Road2Hope fundraising events. 

The Gospel Coalition conference continues Thursday with closing sessions by Dr. Don Carson and John Neufeld focused on the perserverance and practical implications of the Scriptural and faithful proclamation of the Gospel.”

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