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Teaching Evening with Rev Dominic Smart

As part of this year's Alive Festival, Rev Dominic Smart, minister at Gilcomston Church of Scotland in Aberdeen, will be speaking at Kinmylies Church of Scotland, Inverness.
 

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Inverness-based Alive Ministry is pleased to announce a special evening of worship and teaching to be held in Kinmylies Church of Scotland on Monday 13th June 2011 at 7.30pm. The speaker on the evening will be Rev Dominic Smart, minister of Gilcomston Church of Scotland in Aberdeen.  

 

Dominic will be teaching on the following topic:

 

" Christian Identity and our relationship with Christ"  from Romans 1 vs1-17 


 

 The evening is scheduled as follows:

Monday  13th June 2011

in

Kinmylies Church of Scotland, Inverness @ 7.30pm

 

 

(Entry is free, donations welcome to support our charity partners)


Further details can be obtained by telephone or e-mail -
Tel. 01463 248280 or email Alive Ministry,

For full details of all Alive Festival events visit the website.
 

 Dominic SmartDominic Smart  was born in Yorkshire but has lived in Scotland since 1979 and has been the Minister at Gilcomston since 1998. He was previously a Minister in Dundee. He is a regular speaker at conferences such as the Keswick Convention as well at universities and other venues.


He is a visiting lecturer at the Highland Theological College. Dominic and his wife Marjorie have four children, a dog and two cats. He became a Christian in 1973 after a gospel meeting in Bradford City football ground, and for many years was involved in United Beach Missions.


He has written several books, including When We Get It Wrong, on failure; Grace, Faith and Glory, on the Bible's antidotes to legalism; and Kingdom Builders and Kingdom Growth on the book of Acts (all published by Authentic Media), 40 Days with Jesus and 40 Days with David (published by Christian Focus Publications). He likes jazz music and Indian food and roasts his own coffee (yes, he's hooked!).


David Maclean, 04/06/2011

Feedback:
Nancy Barnaby (Guest) 07/09/2013 13:53
I have been reading Dominic Smarts contribution in Encounter with God from scriptureunionusa and would like to know where I could find more of his writing.
dbarnaby@roadrunner.com

Antibody (Guest) 08/09/2013 10:30
Having read his most recent seasonal address to his flock I get the impression that he is very adept a mixing grace with works - but, don't we all from time to time.....
mercynjoka@ymail.com (Guest) 10/05/2014 08:38
Not sure that I can comment about Dominic Smart. A Christian really?
John Miller 10/05/2014 12:01
Antibody, the appreciation of the grace that has met us is inextricably linked to our response to that grace. Our response to grace ought to be a desire and commitment to work in the service of our divine Master,
Editor 10/05/2014 20:10
John Unfortunately I am having to delete many anonymous postings (including one to your own above).
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John Miller 11/05/2014 22:26
Understood Editor, thanks.

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