TAG: PANEL DISCUSSION


Educators Symposium – World Impact Pilgrimage

World Impact Pilgrimage: A sacred journey to urban Los Angeles to worship, listen, and reflect together on what God is doing among us in our city. We will join World Impact’s missionaries and churches for Sunday worship, share a meal together, watch and discuss a documentary, and partake in a Cultural Foray. It will be a full day immersion and interaction with our local missionaries and their churches to see...

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LA Pastors’ Bottom Line: We Want to Help the City That We Live In

In conclusion of TogetherLA’s 4-part series on LA pastors who participated in a panel, we ask again: Is there hope for the City of Angels even though it often appears so broken, so filled with spiritual poverty among its people that a diagnosis may very well be — beyond repair? The answer as expressed by the four pastors that met at the beginning of this summer for a TogetherLA pop-up...

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Urban Church Planter: First, What Does the City Need?

To truly be an urban pastor planting an urban church one must first get to know the broken parts of the city, said Pastor Cedric Nelms of Chosen Generation Church in Long Beach, during a panel discussion about Los Angeles. PART TWO – CEDRIC NELMS “We are very diverse here in our city and I think the best way for us to come together is to be able to plant transformational...

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JOIN TONIGHT – BROKEN CITY: Is there hope for Los Angeles?

BROKEN CITY Is there hope for Los Angeles? With Steve Snook and Panel Create more bike lanes, make the streets safer, fix potholes, and oh, by the way, reduce poverty were the top recommendations from Southern California Public Radio listeners when asked what issues they wanted Eric Garcetti to tackle during his first term as Mayor of Los Angeles back in 2013. Other recommendations on issues listed among the Top 7 by KPCC...

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Philosopher’s Cafe – Thursday Nights – June

Speaker and panel discussions about the important topics of the day in a comfortable vibe setting in the heart of Downtown Santa Monica. Philosopher’s Cafe is held every Thursday night inside Metropolis, a building that houses Metro Church, Metro Cafe, and Metro Co-Lab. Topics for April EDUCATION: What is the state of public education today? Dr. Steven Craig – June 8 BROKEN CITY: Is there hope for Los Angeles? Steve Snook with Panel...

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