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Catalyst Live is back!

BMS World Mission is very excited to announce that tickets for Catalyst Live 2016 are now on sale

Calling all thinking Christians – after the hugely popular events in 2013 and 2014, Catalyst Live is back this November! Hosted by BMS World Mission, Catalyst Live is the most intelligent Christian conference in the UK*.

Catalyst Live 2016 from BMS World Mission on Vimeo.

We are happy to announce that Catalyst Live will be taking place on Wednesday 16 November in Birmingham and on Thursday 17 November in Reading. Save the dates, or even better – buy your tickets today!

St Martin in the Bull Ring, Birmingham: Wednesday 16 November 2016
The Concert Hall, Reading: Thursday 17 November 2016
Here at BMS, we believe that Christians shouldn’t be afraid of ideas. Catalyst Live is about inspiring discussion, informing theology and strengthening apologetics among Christian thought-leaders. It’s the live manifestation of Mission Catalyst magazine.


The positive responses we had to the events in 2013 and 2014 were overwhelming, and we can’t wait to see what you think of Catalyst Live this year.
As always, the day will bring together great minds from the worlds of theology, apologetics, science and culture.
Over the next few weeks and months we will be releasing the line-up of excellent speakers confirmed to present at this year’s day-long events, so keep your eyes peeled. We can already reveal that cutting-edge theologian Vinoth Ramachandra and renowned Christian author Os Guiness will be speaking at Catalyst Live 2016!

Previous Catalyst Live speakers include: Jürgen Moltmann, Miroslav Volf, Lucy Berry, Stephen Holmes, Yohanna Katanacho and many more. We have also had special video contributions from legendary theologians Richard Rohr and Walter Brueggemann.
We are all set for two great days of stimulating talks and discussions – all we need is you! Buy your tickets today for Reading or for Birmingham.
Were you at Catalyst Live 2013 or 2014? Did you enjoy it? Share this article with your friends so they don’t miss out on what we think is the smartest, most inspiring Christian conference of the year.
*According to our completely unbiased Catalyst Live organisers.


This article first appeared on the website of BMS World Mission and is used with permission. 

BMS World Mission, 13/02/2016
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