2 Timothy
ANTIOCH BIBLE CHURCH IN JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA
AUGUST 1-3, 2017
Darrell Young began as the Director of International Workshops of the Charles Simeon Trust in 2015. Before that, he served as the Lead Pastor at Strathmore Alliance Church near Calgary, Alberta, for 18 years. He studied at Simpson College and Simpson Graduate School of Theology in San Francisco and completed an MABTS at Ambrose Seminary in Calgary.

Darrell Young

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LOCATION

Antioch Bible Church
3 Boundary Road, Honeydew
Johannesburg, South Africa
+27-060-311-6684
antiochbiblechurch.org.za

REGISTRATION
Registration must be completed by July 28 2017. Please contact the host church to register.

SCHEDULE

8:45am-5pm, Tuesday
8:45am-5pm, Wednesday
8:45am-5pm, Thursday

COST
Registration cost will be set and collected by the host church. Please contact them for more information.
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Mervyn Eloff is the Rector of St James Church, Kenilworth. Mervyn did undergraduate studies at Free State University and the Bible Institute of South Africa and before earning a DTh from the University of Stellenbosch. He was on staff at St Helen’s Church, Bishopsgate in London for three years where he worked with Dick Lucas and the ministry of the Proclamation Trust. Mervyn also served as Rector of St Paul’s Church in Stellenbosch and then as a lecturer and as vice-Principal of George Whitefield Theological College in Cape Town. He has contributed to Built upon the Rock: Studies in Matthew’s Gospel (Eerdmans), The Proclamation Bible and is the author of His doctoral thesis is entitled From the Exile to the Christ: Exile, Restoration and the Theology of Matthew's Gospel and Teaching 1,2,3 John (PT Resources – Christian Focus). Mervyn has partnered with the Charles Simeon Trust since 2016.

Mervyn Eloff

Robert S. Kinney serves as the Director of Ministries for the Charles Simeon Trust. Robert earned a BA in Early Christian Literature at the University of Chicago, an MS in Communications from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and a PhD in New Testament at the University of Bristol. His dissertation was published in the WUNT II series by Mohr Siebeck as Hellenistic Dimensions of the Gospel of Matthew. He served as a pastoral intern at Holy Trinity Church in Chicago for six years and as the University Minister in the Hyde Park congregation for two years. He is ordained in the PEAR and is licensed in the Church of England, presently serving at Christ Church in Vienna, Austria.

Robert S. Kinney