Prisoner of Conscience.
Last week we opened up with Yusuf Mohamed Ismail, a Somali politician, and Ambassador to the UN Human Rights Office in Geneva.
A Muslim who used his office to fight tirelessly for justice for ‘prisoners of conscience’; some of them Christians suffering persecution in Africa.
In this lecture I examined his life using Paul’s writing as recorded in (Romans 2:14-16), explaining the importance of doing Christianity, as to talking Christianity.
This Sunday, we take another case study of a doer. This time a Roman officer by the name Cornelius.
So, join us tomorrow for: Prisoner of Conscience.
This lecture takes us into the heart of God for humanity, through the effective working of His outpost on earth, the Church.
Art Centre, Drama Room, Bexleyheath Academy, Woolwich Rd, Bexleyheath, Kent DA6 7DA
(Free parking in front of the school and adjacent streets)