Offerings Chapel

Chad Brennan, Michaela Gregory

    • Friday, February 20, 2015
    • 9:30–10:20 a.m.
  • Chase Gymnasium
  • Open to: Students

Cost and Admission

This event is free to attend.


Where we gather together as a Biola community to worship God in diverse ways, often as we “let the word of Christ dwell richly” (Col. 3:16) in us by reflecting on Christian prayers and practices that deepen the love of Christ in us.

Speakers

Chad Brennan

Chad Brennan is a Christian multi-ethnic trainer, strategist, and resource innovator. After serving in urban campus ministry for nine years, Chad and his wife, Laurie, launched ReNew Partnerships in 2005 to help Christians build healthy, multi-ethnic churches, colleges, and ministries that can more effectively serve our increasingly diverse society. Since that time, ReNew Partnerships’ impact has grown rapidly. Chad and their team currently provide biblical multi-ethnic training and coaching for thousands of leaders in dozens of organizations across the country each year. Chad is the author and producer of a number of innovative multi-ethnic training resources including scenario-based e-learning which has been used by over 2300 individuals across the country.

Michaela Gregory

Michaela Gregory grew up in a predominantly African American community in Toledo where she began to follow the teachings of the Nation of Islam and to believe, “White people are the Devil!” After re-committing her life to Christ as a teenager, the Lord transformed her heart and she became a powerful advocate for ethnic unity and partnership in the church. She has served as a dynamic speaker and training facilitator with ReNew Partnerships since 2005. She lives in Columbus with her dog Solomon where she enjoys writing fiction (she recently finished her first book), rock climbing, range shooting, and playing the guitar. She also participates in a wide variety of ministry activities including street ministry with prostitutes, youth and young adult mentoring, evangelism, and spoken word poetry.


Questions?

Contact:
(562) 903-4874
chapel@biola.edu



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