Enduring passion: is there life after university?

Session date: Thursday 7th August 2014 Session time: 11:45 am - 12:45 pm Session location: LT17 Session track

For many who spiritually survive the college and university years, the transition to working (or non-working) life can be unexpected and much greater than the transition from school to college. This seminar aims to look at the practical and spiritual challenges of the early post-college years and how the habits learned in student life can positively or negatively affect our faith development in this new context.

Session Speakers

Barry Forde

Barry is the Church of Ireland chaplain at Queen’s University Belfast, which when combined with time spent studying law and theology, mean that he has been lurking around university campuses for half his adult life. He has the privilege of serving on the New Horizon Board, as well as helping wherever he can to help […]

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David Montgomery

Monty is a Presbyterian minister, currently serving as Director of IFES Ireland; the Christian Unions. He has published a book on the choosing of Praise Music and articles on reconciliation, childlessness and hymnology. His Doctoral Thesis was on bi-vocational church planting, and he is passionate about enabling Christians serve God on their ‘vocational frontline’. He […]

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