The Lords Prayer Lecture Series
630 19th St E, North Vancouver, BC V7L 3A1, Canada
Tasting Room Theology presents Remusicking, a series of talks. Guest speaker Carolyn Arends discusses "Living the Gospel for the World: The Lords Prayer".
To be "re-musicked" does not refer to to something particularly musical. It is a coming back to life. Sure it might entail having a song in your head, a song of praise of renewal.
This two day event begins on Friday November 16th from 7:00pm to 9:30pm, and continues the following day on Saturday November 17th from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. Dinner will be provided following the Saturday afternoon talk.
About the speaker:
Carolyn Arends is known for messages, songs, and books that stir the soul, and a warm, engaging style that leaves her
audiences feeling like they’ve found a new best friend. She has written and released 12 albums and is the author of 3
critically acclaimed books. 15 of Carolyn’s songs have become top 10 radio singles on the Canadian pop and US
Christian charts. Carolyn has earned 2 Dove Awards, 3 Juno Nominations, and was recognized as the West Coast Music
Awards’ Songwriter of the Year. Her prose has been recognized by The Word Guild, The Evangelical Press Association
and The Canadian Church Press Awards.
In addition to her busy touring and speaking schedule, Carolyn has been a regular columnist for Christianity Today and
is an adjunct professor at ACTS Seminary, Pacific Life Bible College, and Columbia Bible College. She has a degree in
Psychology and English from Trinity Western University and a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from Regent College.
She lives in Surrey, BC with her husband, Mark, and their children Benjamin and Bethany.
Carolyn is currently the Director of Education for Renovaré, a far-reaching organization that encourages and nurtures
spiritual renewal. She continues to be available on a select basis for speaking, retreat facilitation, concerts, worship
leading and songwriting and performance seminars.
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