What is it?
Politics in the Life of the Church is an afternoon of workshops on rethinking faith and politics with author Jonathan Leeman.
Who is it for?
This event is for DCC members, participants, and other churches desiring to engage politically in ways that reflect our common citizenship in heaven.
What topics will be covered?
Sessions will cover how to engage with politics and the government and how to love church members when we disagree politically.
Jonathan Leeman | Editorial Director, 9Marks
Jonathan is the editorial director for 9Marks, and the author of How the Nations Rage: Rethinking Faith and Politics in a Divided Age
. He began his career in journalism where he worked as an editor for an international economics magazine in Washington, D. C. Since his call to ministry, Jonathan has earned a master of divinity and a Ph.D. in theology and worked as an interim pastor. Today he edits the 9Marks series of books as well as the 9Marks Journal. Jonathan lives with his wife and four daughters in a suburb of Washington, DC and serves as an elder at Cheverly Baptist Church. He is also an occasional lecturer at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and teaches adjunctively for The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and the Reformed Theological Seminary.
Adam Sinnett | Lead Pastor, Downtown Cornerstone Church
Adam serves as the lead pastor of Downtown Cornerstone Church in Seattle, Washington. He is a Seattle native who gave his life to Jesus during his freshman year at the University of Washington. He went on to earn an MA in Theological Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary. In 2010, Adam and his wife, Jen, moved into the urban core of Seattle to plant Downtown Cornerstone, where they continue to live with their four children. He also serves as the western Washington Area Lead for Acts 29. Adam loves plumbing the depths of the unsearchable riches of Christ, exploring the nature of our union with him, and making disciples. Otherwise, he’s in the woods hiking with his family, on the court, or buried in a book.