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Phillip Jensen to speak in Dublin

Irish Church Missions is hosting an evening reception for members of General Synod and others on Thursday May 6th at 7.30pm in the ICM building, 28 Bachelors Walk, Dublin 1.  The guest speaker is the Dean of Sydney Cathedral, Philip Jensen, who will be speaking on the subject of 'Why I am an Anglican'.

 Phillip Jensen has been a regular speaker at conventions and is a sought after speaker in Australia and internationally as an evangelist and for his perceptive and incisive expository Bible preaching. As the Dean of Sydney he preaches regularly at St Andrew's Cathedral Sydney. He is the author of many books including By God’s Word (Vol I and II) , Prayer and the Voice of God, Guidance and the Voice of God and the gospel presentation Two Ways to Live. You can read his articles, watch or listen to Phillip on his website,, preaching or addressing current issues with a practical Biblical perspective on The Chat Roomor Ask Phillip.

As well as initiating a number of significant organisations including the Ministry Training Strategy (MTS) and Matthias Media, Phillip is director of MTD, providing the ongoing training for Ministers in the Sydney Diocese.  Phillip has been involved in full-time ministry for 30 years as an evangelist, church planter and Bible teacher. In all these ministries it has always been Phillip’s aim to glorify Christ by faithfully preaching the gospel through the prayerful exposition of God’s word to the people given to him to love. He and his wife, Helen, live in Sydney and have 3 adult children and 10 grandchildren.


24th Feb 2010

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