Sun, 06 Mar|
Sanderstead Evangelical Church
Making Sense of Life - conversation with Michael Ots
Time & Location
06 Mar, 11:00 – 12:00
Sanderstead Evangelical Church, 82 Limpsfield Rd, South Croydon CR2 9EB, UK
About The Event
This is a guest event hosted by Sanderstead Church. Welcome!
Michael Ots has recently published, "Making Sense of Life". In the book, he carefully examines some of humanity's biggest questions, desires and dilemmas - what makes the best sense of the things that matter to us most?
On 6th March at 11am, Michael will be sharing some of the stories behind this captivating book and inviting us to chat over some of these themes with him.
Enjoy a coffee or tea and listen in to a conversatin with Michael - with opportunites to ask questions and share your thoughts too...
10:45 - arrivals - coffee, tea, conversation
11:00 - interview with Michael, questions
12:00 - more coffee and tea plus opportunities to chat informally with Michael
More about "Making Sense of Life" by Michael Ots
Honest, refreshing, engaging, and powerful – if you're genuinely interested in making sense of life's deepest questions, this book is a great place to start.
- Andy Bannister, Author; Speaker; Director, the Solas Centre
In his latest book, Making Sense of Life, Michael Ots weaves together a compelling case for the Christian faith pointing us in the right direction to find true purpose and meaning. I highly recommend reading this book and sharing it with others. - Dr Amy Orr-Ewing, Author; Speaker
Here is a compelling vision for life that is bold and bright. It's bold in the breadth of its scope—engaging the great issues of our times and our hearts. It's bright in drawing us back continually to its radiant centre, Jesus Christ. With Making Sense of Life we look again at the world through the lens of Christ, and what we see sparkles with goodness, truth and beauty.
- Glen Scrivener, Author, Reading Between the Lines; Director, Speak Life
Michael Ots has spent 20 years speaking and listening on university campuses across Britain and Europe. He knows what the big questions of life are, and if you turn to the contents page I'm certain you'll find at least three chapter headings which deal with subjects that you find both beckoning and bewildering. The chapters themselves are full of wisdom, illustration and breadth, which did not disappoint. I thoroughly recommend this most timely book, as we all try and make sense of a post-COVID world.
- Rico Tice, Minister, All Souls Church; co-founder, Christianity Explored
"Making Sense of Life"
You're welcome just to turn up at 11am on Sunday 6th March - or if you want to let us know you're coming - pop your details here!