The 14th Annual Pastors & Leaders Symposium 

LIVING AS THE PEOPLE OF GOD IN TODAY'S WORLD Featuring Dr. Roger L.Hahn

Saturday October 24, 2015    |  Breakfast 9 am – 10 am   |   Lectures 10:15 am - 12:30 pm 


Lecture 1 | 10:15 am - 11 am 
Entering the Kingdom of God – How People Participate in the Mission of God

Participants will explore the fundamental meaning of Jesus’ teaching on the Kingdom of God and connect that teaching to the Mission of God in which the church and individual disciples are called to participate. Participants will identify several practical ways to participate in the Mission of God as a kingdom person.

Lecture 2 | 11:15 am - 12:30 pm 
Becoming the Gospel in Pauline Literature – How Congregations Participate in the Mission of God

This lecture will explore a few of the ways in which the gospel is formative for the church and the church’s witness to the world. Participants will connect Paul’s teaching on the gospel and the church to the Mission of God in which the church and individual disciples are called to participate. We will explore several practical ways in which the local congregation can missionally become the gospel.

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Roger L. Hahn is Dean of the Faculty and Professor of New Testament at Nazarene Theological Seminary. He is a graduate of Southern Nazarene University (A.B. and M.A.), Nazarene Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and Duke University (Ph.D.). After serving as Senior Pastor at First Church of the Nazarene in Durham, North Carolina, Dr. Hahn taught 15 years in the Religion Department at Southern Nazarene University before beginning his current assignment at NTS. He is the author of a commentary on the Gospel of Matthew and has contributed to a number of books. He is a regular contributor to Adult Sunday School resources for the Church of the Nazarene. His passion is preaching and teaching the Scriptures (especially the Greek New Testament). He and his wife, Dorothy, live with their sons, Jonathan and Matthew, east of Spring Hill, KS. His son Timothy is a senior at NTS and his daughter-in-law, Laura, is Resident Educator for two women’s dormitories at Mid America Nazarene University.


Please remember to be in prayer for the Symposium!