Conference On Suffering

If you’re in healthcare, you deal with suffering all the time.  A large part of your effectiveness as a provider concerns how well you deal not only with your patients’, but your own, suffering.  In turn, part of handling it well comes from having a maturing, biblical framework within which to place it.

Here’s information on an opportunity that may be useful along those lines, the Princeton Conference on Reformed Theology (November 4-5).  This year’s conference theme is: “How Long, O Lord?  Suffering, Scripture & The Grace of God.”, and speakers include D.A. Carson and Ligon Duncan.  Hat tip to Stephen Lu for making me aware of this upcoming event.

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About Bryan Stoudt

On my personal website (bryanstoudt.com), I help Christians follow Jesus in a noisy, broken world. I also have the privilege of helping Philadelphia's healthcare students and professionals do this as Area Director for the Christian Medical & Dental Associations (CMDA). More information at cmdaphiladelphia.org. On a personal note, I'm fortunate to be married to my wonderful wife, Sharon. Together, we have four fantastic children. In my spare time, I enjoy roasting coffee, running, reading and learning foreign languages.
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