It was a privilege and a blessing to hear Gary and Fiona Millar speak on Genesis at the 2021 P&A conference. Their knowledge and insight were combined with humble application of the text. I was also deeply encouraged by the seminars I attended.
As ministers, we seek to shepherd God’s flock and point all things to him who has showered his immeasurable grace upon us! One of the ways we do that is to shape our ministries around his word and instructions for his household. The Priscilla & Aquila Centre and annual conference is absolutely vital for those of us who seek to glorify God in our gatherings by celebrating the equality and...
This is the fourth year I have attended the Priscilla & Aquila annual conference. Each year, I have grown in appreciation for the unique opportunity it provides for a depth of teaching and discussion in such a clear and biblical way about men and women partnering together in ministry. This year, I particularly found the plenary talks helpful as Gary and Fiona talked through Genesis with such detail and clarity....
I really enjoyed the P&A conference this year because of the way in which Gary and Fiona helped us to engage with the narrative of Genesis. Gary’s attention to detail and reflections on the complexity of the narratives helped me to see the depths of Scripture’s engagement with the effects of sin and the reality of relating as men and women. Gary and Fiona’s reflections on their own godliness in...
2020 conference elective speaker
The Priscilla & Aquila conference does far more than articulate the biblical framework for men and women in the church. It has developed into a forum to grapple with the practicalities of how men and women can faithfully and fruitfully work side by side in the Lord. It’s a brilliant and stimulating way to start the year.
Mark and Tanya Earngey
We sat down last night and watched Peter and Christine Jensen’s talk on catechising and it was simply superb. Christine’s reflections on children and nurturing the faith of little ones was wonderful, and Peter’s discussion of Reformation catechising and the nature of Christian theology was first class. Engaging, practical, theological and inspiring. We would encourage anyone—whether a parent or not—to watch this talk. In fact, it should be required viewing...