Catalyst Live 2016: think about the world with the world

Catalyst Live is an event for Christian thought leaders, held over two days in Birmingham (on 16 November) and Reading (17 November). Tickets cost £29.95. Short talks by leading Christian thinkers on fascinating subjects (the format that Catalyst Live has followed since 2013) including science, the arts, apologetics, theology and philosophy always help Catalyst Live to be a stimulating, challenging and entertaining day. And this year we will hear more than ever before from the World Church.

With contributors from Israel-Palestine, Peru, Sri Lanka, Korea, Lebanon, the Netherlands and the UK (among others), this year’s event will seek to deepen Christian leaders’ engagement with faith and technology, worship music and law, as well as art and the Christian life via visual and poetic paths.
Book your tickets now for your annual opportunity to prepare for the mission of the mind.

Catalyst Live is a BMS World Mission event, the live iteration of Mission Catalyst magazine.

Mark Craig
Director for Communications
BMS World Mission


Catalyst Live speakers 2016

Vinoth Ramachandra, theologian and author, Sri Lanka

Shadia Qubti, teacher in reconciliation, Israel-Palestine

Samuel Escobar, liberation and evangelism theologian, Peru

Elie Haddad, leadership and mission expert, Lebanon

Miyon Chung, global diaspora theologian, Korea/Australia

Anneke Kaai, artist, the Netherlands

Sam Wells, vicar and visiting professor at King’s College, England

Steve Stockman, poet , music critic and minister, Northern Ireland

Nigel Wright, theologian, England

Margaret Gibbs, minister and ethnomusicologist, England

Alan Wilson, Bishop of Buckingham, England

Mark Woods (host), contributing editor of ChristianToday, England