Engineering and Science Christian Fellowship (ESCF) Seminar

Date: Wednesday, 25 May, 2011
Time: 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Venue: 420 North Bridge Road #05-04 North Bridge Centre, Singapore 188727
Theme: Creation Stewardship- What Can Christians offer to Global Environmental Crisis?
Speakers: Rev Edward Brown

Synopsis: What does the Christian church have to offer a world experiencing an unprecedented global environmental crisis, predictions of serious shortages of fresh water, oceans running out of fish, a nuclear disaster near one of our greatest cities - and the potential catastrophe of global climate change? In a day when the headlines read like the pages of the book of Revelation, people are looking for hope: This seminar Rev. Edward Brown, author of Our Father's World: Mobilizing the Church to Care for Creation will show that the church does indeed have hope to offer the world. In fact, in a crisis caused by sinful greed, the church has the only solution that will work. God has called us to care about his creation - join us to learn not only why but how we can make a difference in what may well be the greatest crisis the human race has ever faced.

Speaker: Ed Brown ordained minister and received the Master of Divinity degree from Gordon Conwell Seminary. He has served in a variety of roles in a number of different organizations, including pastor of the Protestant International Church in Islamabad, Pakistan, missions administration with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, and most recently as Chief Operating Officer for Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies. His years with Au Sable have given him a deep passion for Christian environmental stewardship. He currently directs Care of Creation and is author of Our Father’s World: Mobilizing the church to care for creation.

Admission is Free

Please register with Simon Chia by phone 63386283 or email: