KL 2020

January 28-31, 2020 | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Putra World Trade Center

Registration ends 15 December 2019!

How does the gospel relate to culture? How should followers of Christ interact with art, politics, and the city? Gather together with 5,000 people from all over Asia and North America as we wrestle with these questions together. Featuring Tim Keller, D.A. Carson, Stephen Tong, a number of Chinese pastors, and sessions in both English and Mandarin, come be a part of a discussion on culture that is uniquely intercultural.

Speakers

Tim Keller
Tim Keller

Timothy Keller is Chairman of Redeemer City to City and Pastor Emeritus Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. For over twenty-five years Tim led a diverse congregation that grew to a weekly worshipping community of over 6,000 people. Tim now focuses on ministry more broadly in NYC and other global cities through the work of City to City, which has helped start over 490 churches in 54 global cities. He is the author of such New York Times bestselling books as The Reason for God and The Meaning of Marriage.

D.A. Carson
D.A. Carson

D. A. Carson is Distinguished Emeritus Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois and president of The Gospel Coalition. He has written or edited about sixty books, including the Pillar New Testament Commentary volume on the Gospel according to John, The Gagging of God: Christianity Confronts Pluralism, Becoming Conversant with the Emerging Church, The Intolerance of Tolerance, Christ and Culture Revisited, the long-popular New Testament Commentary Survey, and The Enduring Authority of the Christian Scriptures.

Stephen Tong
Stephen Tong

Stephen Tong is a Chinese Indonesian Reformed pastor, evangelist, teacher and musician. He heads the Reformed Evangelical Church of Indonesia, which houses the megachurch Messiah Cathedral, and is one of the largest Christian Reformed church facilities in Southeast Asia. He has preached in countries around the world, and guest lectured at theological seminaries and schools.