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Event Title: The Deeper Life - Experiencing God in a Busy World
17-Aug-2010 to 18-Aug-2010 Past Event
Venue: Trinity Methodist Church
Organizer: ICM and Paderi

17th & 18th Aug 2010 (Tues & Wed) Trinity Methodist Church, Petaling Jaya

Our world is moving faster and faster, and people are getting busier and busier. The human family strains under the stress and falls prey to the fatigue of modern-day living. We cannot change this fact, but we can respond to it through insights given to us in the Christian faith. The following messages are developed to assist both clergy and laity in the quest to experience God in a busy world. Wisdom from the Bible and the Christian tradition will be drawn upon to shape the presentations for this series.
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Dr. Steve Harper is vice president of the Asbury Theological Seminary of the Florida campus and professor of Spiritual Formation . He received a B.A. from Mc Murry University, a M.Div. from Asbury Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. from Duke University.

Dr. Harper served as professor of Spiritual Formation at Asbury Seminary before he and his wife, Jeannie, launched and developed a ministry to ministers called Shepherd’s Care. He went on to become the founding director of The Pathways Initiative, a ministry to spiritual leaders under The Upper Room in Nashville prior to returning to Asbury Seminary to become founding vice president and dean of the Florida campus. Dr. Harper has served as a youth pastor, evangelist, pastor and professor. He was an elder in the Northwest Texas Conference, United Methodist Church before he was transferred to the Florida Annual Conference.
He is a member of the Theta Phi Honor Society and the 2004 recipient of the Francis Asbury Award (GBHEM). He has authored 12 books and co-authored six others. His latest book is Talking in the Dark, Praying When Life Doesn’t Make Sense. Dr. Harper and his wife, Jeannie, reside in Winter Springs, Florida. They have two adult children and two grandchildren.

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Public Evening Seminars and Morning Tea

Trinity Methodist Church, Petaling Jaya
• 17th & 18th Aug 2010 (Tues & Wed)
• Open to All • No Registrations Required
17 Aug (Tues)
• 8 - 10 pm

‘The Pattern of Jesus’
(Luke 5:15-16)

As the author and perfector of our faith, we look to Jesus for guidance in living our lives as disciples. His regular withdrawal from public ministry provides the context and encouragement for the message.
We find in his own example key principles for our discipleship today: perspective, rhythm, and prayer.
18 Aug (Wed)
• 8 - 10 pm

‘The Practice of Sabbath’
(Mark 2:23-28)
Sabbath is not only a day on the calendar, it is a way of life. The message will explore ‘keeping sabbath’ as an act of courage, ceasing, resting, feasting, and returning.
Morning Tea With Dr Steve Harper
• Special Invitation For Pastors & Leaders Only
18 Aug (Wed) • 9 am – 12 noon
‘The Pace of Grace’
(Mark 6:30-31) In Jesus’ relationship with the apostles, we find lessons for living in the pace of grace today: reality, realization, retreat, and renewal. The classic Christian discipline of Solitude will be explored in this message.

Attendance by Registration: Please RSVP by10th of Aug 2010 via email/phone:
PADERI ( or 019-3289198
ICM ( or 03-7954 2836