Networking Luncheon with Michael Suderman
April 9, 2019 from 12h00 to 13h30
We live in a time when public failure often leads to defamation. Misdeeds, whether past or present, start trending in social media headlines. Apologies are minimized and dismissed out of skepticism and distrust. In such a toxic environment, is it even possible to become agents of reconciliation and restoration? If so, how?
Michael Suderman is a Washington based speaker with RZIM, which aims to help thinkers believe and believers to think. Prior to obtaining a Masters of Theology from the University of Oxford, Michael was involved with youth and participated in educational and volunteer work throughout India.
Michael has interests in topics related to faith and science, world religions and the intersection of Christianity and culture. His passion is to help facilitate the discovery of Jesus and how he answers life’s most significant questions: Why are we here? What is the purpose of life? Does God exist? Can we know God? Why is there evil and suffering in the world?