EDOD Mission Day 2022
Come get spiritually refreshed and ignited to live out God’s call in your life. Saturday, May 7th the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas is holding our annual Mission Day. This is a day for us to come together as an entire diocese to explore God’s call in your life and the mission of the church to be good news in our lives and communities. You will not want to miss this day.This event will take place at Church of the Epiphany in Richardson. Our keynote speaker will be the Rev. Dr. Mark Labberton, renown author and President of Fuller Theological Seminary speaking on “The Mission of The Church in Today’s World.” Other speakers include Bill Hendricks on finding your Spiritual Gifts (Author of The Person Called You and Director of The Giftedness Center), Brian Sellers Peterson (Good News Gardens and Agrarian Evangelist for the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church), Rev. Calum Lindsay (Alpha USA), Rebecca Walls (Executive Director of Unite the church) and many of our own with homily from Rt. Rev. George Sumner, TED style talks by Dean Rob Price and Canon Carrie Headington, workshops by Rev. Betsy Randall, Archdeacon Rosemary Trei and Deacon Jennifer Smith, Deacon Katie Gerber, and Ministry in the Spirit led by Bishop Fraser Lawton and Canon Christopher Brown and much more.
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EDOD MISSIONS DAY AGENDA
9:30 – Coffee and check in
10:00 a.m. – Morning Prayer
Homilist, Bishop George Sumner
10:45 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Rev. Dr. Mark Labberton
Author and President of Fuller Seminary
“The Mission of the Church Today”
11:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. – Diane Stanton Missions Award (EDOD World Mission Update)
12 noon – LUNCH
12:30 p.m. – 12:37 p.m.-> Ted 1 - Mission, Message, Method, Motivation- C. Headington
12:37 p.m. – 12:43 -p.m. > Ted 2 – Good News Gardens- Finding God in the Outdoors-
Brian Sellers Peterson
12:43 p.m. - 12:50 p.m. -> Ted 3- My Grace is Sufficient – Prioritizing in Mission – Parish Evangelism - Dean Rob Price
12:50 p.m.- 12:57 p.m. -> Ted 4 – Words from the Youth – Katie Gerber and company
1:00 p.m.– 1:45 p.m. – Workshop 1
Good News In Action – Rebecca Walls – Darell Smith – Jennifer Smith – Rosemary Trei
Reaching the Lost – Engaging Seekers- Calum Lindsay / Betsy Randall
*Reaching the Lost- Spanish Alpha – Jose Garrigo
Good News Gardens – God and Nature – Brian Sellers Peterson
Preaching in a Secular Age – Mark Labberton
Spiritual Gifts – Where do I begin? – Bill Hendricks
1:55 p.m. – 2:40 p.m. – Workshop 2 (Twice)
2:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. – Holy Spirit Healing and Renewal – Anointing- Commissioning – Canon Christopher Brown and Bishop Fraser Lawton,
Bishop George Sumner – commission and anoint.
Harvest Prayer Network Team
More about Keynote Speaker Mark Labberton
He was named the fifth president of Fuller Seminary in 2013, after four years as Fuller’s Lloyd John Ogilvie Associate Professor of Preaching and director of the Ogilvie Institute of Preaching. Ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA), he served in pastoral roles for 30 years prior to coming to Fuller, most recently as senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley, California, for 16 years. He also has served as cofounder of the Christian International Scholarship Foundation (now ScholarLeaders International), chair of John Stott Ministries, senior fellow of International Justice Mission, and in a number of other roles of service. He holds an MDiv from Fuller and a PhD in Theology from Cambridge University.
Labberton is committed to strengthening the intersection of the academy, church, and culture, and brings to his presidency a deep desire to enact justice, love, and grace on both a global and local level. A popular speaker at churches, conferences, educational institutions, and other contexts, he often uses these talks to reflect on what it means to act biblically in challenging, often divisive cultural times. On his podcast Conversing, he further explores a broad range of topics—civility, race, suffering, gender equality, storytelling, and many others—with a diversity of guests.
Books Labberton has written include Called: The Crisis and Promise of Following Jesus Today, The Dangerous Act of Loving Your Neighbor: Seeing Others Through the Eyes of Jesus, and The Dangerous Act of Worship: Living God’s Call to Justice. Most recently he served as editor for the book Still Evangelical? Insiders Reconsider Political, Social, and Theological Meaning, a collection of essays on the meaning of evangelicalism in a contentious era.
Serving as president during a time of significant upheaval in theological education, Labberton has worked to help Fuller shape new, fruitful ways of carrying out its mission of “forming global leaders for kingdom vocations.” Through such endeavors as the Fuller Leadership Platform, FULLER studio, innovative forms of online instruction, strengthening traditional degree programs, and a campus move, he is leading Fuller in a process that will design the path ahead for seminary education.