Alex Wire
3/4/15 at 09:04 PM 0 Comments

Conference Ends But #TogetherLA is an 'Ongoing Dialogue'

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Yes, the conversation about loving on Los Angeles continues.

Together L.A., a three day conference featuring close to 50 speakers primarily discussing how churches and ministries can effectively collaborate to show the love of Christ to the city, concluded with best-selling author and pastor Tim Keller speaking about individual identity before 2,000 people in attendance last Saturday (Feb. 28, 2015).

"Christianity doesn't just give you a new identity it gives you a radical way of forming an identity," said Keller, pastor at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, New York. "It gives you a unique, liberating and infinitely better identity than the one the culture is imposing on you right now." READ FULL STORY

Laura Sands, Media Production Manager at Pacific Crossroads Church writes:

The conference has ended, but TogetherLA is an ongoing dialogue. There is still much to understand about loving the city and caring for one another. Relationships will continue to be cultivated, ideas formed, plans established, and prayers lifted.

Sands gives a great brief summary of the conference. You can read her post here: TogetherLA Reflection

Yes, the conversation continues... and I plan on listening in.

--Alex Murashko

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