What does it look like for believers to wisely engage the intersection of faith and culture in daily life?
Join us on March 16, 2018 on the campus of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC, or via livestream, for The Wisdom Forum — an evening of compelling conversation addressing the faithful interaction with cultural issues the church faces today.
Today, get to know one of our speakers, Larry Trotter, who will speak about rest and the good life.
Larry Trotter preaches at Southeastern Seminary chapel.
Larry Trotter serves as an Elder and the Senior Pastor at North Wake Church in Wake Forest, NC.
He has been married to his wife, Stephanie, for more than 30 years. Together they have 5 children. He is a reflective introvert, loves flat water kayaking and enjoys road biking (think Schwinn not Harley).
Larry preaches in North Wake’s Sunday services, shepherds, and he encourages the church and its leaders in developing vital, life changing communion with Jesus.
Larry has been a follower of Jesus for 40 years. He explains,
Ever so slowly, the love of God in Christ is chiseling away at my rough edges and making me, bit by bit, a little more like Jesus. The practices of solitude, extended times of prayer and reflective reading of the Scriptures are tools of God’s grace in this ongoing process.
Join Larry Trotter and others at The Wisdom Forum.