I’ve loved listening to my way through the audio section of the P&A resource centre, from the great range of good Bible teaching on passages I’ve found tricky, through to the encouraging stories of how God is bringing about his kingdom.
I was excited to find a fantastic collection of resources made freely available on the Priscilla & Aquila website. The articles and talks I’ve explored so far have been extremely helpful (both intellectually and practically) and I’m looking forward to enjoying more of them.
St Mary’s Basingstoke, England
22 years ago, I started as a ministry trainee at a London church, worked on the staff for another four years before going to Wycliffe Theological College in Oxford for two years. I am now employed on the staff team of a church in Basingstoke as a permanent deacon with responsibility for the women and children’s ministries. In February 2009, I was granted study leave, and despite my uncertainty about...
The 2019 Priscilla & Aquila Centre conference has moved me from seeing complementarianism from a “thing which is right” and to be accepted, to a “thing which is positive” and to be embraced. My husband said it was the best conference he has ever been to, and that it will help him give greater value to non-preaching word ministries, especially those carried out by women.
The 2019 Priscilla & Aquila Centre conference was excellent. Graham Beynon’s talks were thought-provoking, relevant, helpful, and will change the way I do things. I loved what was said about William and Margaret Cowper and the sameness of the gospel, despite the 160 years between us and them—lots to be thankful for there. And the electives were practical and relevant. Thanks for all the work that was put into the...