The summit brings together a wide list of contributors. Here are some of the main speakers who will come and share their gifts with us:
Miroslav Volf is the Henry B. Wright Professor of Theology at Yale Divinity School and is the Founder and Director of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture. He was educated in his native Croatia, the United States, and Germany, earning doctoral and post-doctoral degrees (with highest honors) from the University of Tübingen, Germany.
He has written or edited more than 20 books and is one of the lead theologians of today.
Valérie Duval-Poujol is a French Baptist theologian, teacher, lecturer, Bible translator, writer of several books, doctor in the history of religions, a specialist in the place of women in the Bible, a vice chair of the commission on doctrine and unity of BWA, president of an association against domestic violence ("une place pour elles", the red chair initiative).
Dez is the Director of Youth for EMENA at Alpha International, where he serves and supports leaders within Europe, Middle East and North Africa. He is an ordained Baptist Minister who led an incarnational church plant in an area of mass deprivation in Scotland whilst being the Alpha Scotland Youth Coordinator, previous to becoming the Director of Scotland. He has a servant heart for the new generation.
Micheline Makkar a lecturer and speaker in many international and national conferences especially in the Arab world and Europe.
She is an influencer in women leadership and university students' vision casting.
She and her husband worked on the production of the international Syrian film “Damascus Speaks” that talks about the relationship of Paul with the city of Damascus. This film was premiered in Syria and the Vatican and many other countries in the world.
Ben is a second generation follower of Jesus who as a young man was captured by a vision to be a disciple who made disciples. So, he moved from being a church-goer to being a disciple-maker in his home state of West Bengal. In the past 20 years from that first sharing of faith and starting of a group of new disciples, the movement has grown to over 40,000 groups with over 400,000 new disciples, now in many countries around the world.
West Bengal, India
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