Guests for 2020
At Katoomba Easter Convention we believe when God’s word is preached, lives are changed. For this reason, we ask gifted preachers to join us each year to proclaim the life-changing message of the gospel for our good and God’s glory. We are thrilled to have Matt Fuller (Christ Church, Mayfair, UK) and Daniel I. Block (Wheaton College, Illinois, USA) on the platform at KEC in 2020.
Meet Our Speakers
Matt Fuller is the Senior Pastor at Christ Church Mayfair, where he has served since it was planted in 2001. He oversees the city centre ministry to families, students and workers. In God’s kindness they have been able to plant numerous other churches into diverse settings and Matt sits on the board of the Co-mission network of churches. He lives in central London with his family and is the author of several books. Prior to ministry he worked for several years as a school teacher of History and Politics which remain a great pleasure to him.
Matt will be giving four talks on Ephesians 1.
Daniel I. Block
Daniel I. Block
On January 1, 2017, Daniel Block retired from his position as the Gunther H. Knoedler Professor of Old Testament in the Wheaton College Graduate School. Daniel is the author of more than 170 scholarly essays and numerous popular articles on biblical texts and subjects, and also serves as senior editor for the new Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the Old Testament. He and his wife Ellen are active members of College Church in Wheaton. They have two adult children, a daughter Jonelle (married to Douglas Yates), and a son Jason (married to Carolyn Ratzlaff), and six delightful grandchildren.
Daniel will be giving four expository talks on the Book of Ruth.
Malcolm is married to Tamara and they are parents to three busy teenagers (Annabel, Adam, and Zara). Formerly a pastor at St Barnabas Anglican Church Broadway, Malcolm is currently Director of Postgraduate Studies at SMBC where he also teaches New Testament, Greek and Preaching. Malcolm has traveled to over 40 countries and has a passion to see Jesus proclaimed as Lord among all cultures. He enjoys mangoes, cricket, stand up comedy, and the beach.
Malcolm will be delivering a special talk on Good Friday evening.
Nicole is married to David and together they have four children aged 8-17. She is currently completing a PhD in Australian religious history at Macquarie University, researching the relationship between religious belief and secular morality in the temperance movement during the middle decades of the nineteenth century. She and her family are part of Chatswood Baptist Church.
Nicole will be sharing a biography on the Kindness of God in the Life of Elizabeth Saunders.
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