National Conference 2017
At our National Conference in 2017 we will be asking God to help us see our blindspots clearly. In this 500th year since the Reformation, where do we still need to be reforming? What areas of our lives and ministry need correction? What are we missing when it comes to reaching Australia with the good news of Jesus Christ? Where are we in danger of being blindsided, both from outside and inside our churches?
At this years conference, Dave McDonald, our new National Director, will be opening up Revelation 1-7 and exploring what the Spirit has to say to our FIEC churches today. Peter Jensen, will encourage us to learn from the past, and apply it to the present, for the sake of our future. We will re-examine what it means to be evangelical and reformed.
We will explore a number of potential blindspots, covering a range of issues that we will share with you as the program comes together. Vigorous networking and meal-time conversations will continue to be a highlight throughout the three days.
Registration closes Sunday, August 27
THIS YEAR'S SPEAKERS
Dave is the inaugural National Director for the FIEC. He has previously been the senior pastor at Crossroads and Stromlo churches in Canberra. Each day will begin with Dave leading us in 3 studies from Revelation 1-7, examining what the Spirit is saying to our churches.
Peter exercises an important ministry with GAFCON, encouraging faithful evangelical ministry among Anglicans worldwide. He was previously the Principal of Moore Theological College and Archbishop of Sydney Anglican Diocese.
Craig is the author of Wisdom in Leadership and on the team at Glenmore Park Anglican Church. Craig will speak to us about 'Building a Leadership Pipeline', a philosophy and a framework for intentionally developing people in leadership.
Principal Clinical Psychologist of The Centre For Effective Living
Valerie will speak to us on the topic of 'Resilience in life and ministry'.
There will be three opportunities to attend a range of seminars at the conference. Click here to see what seminars are on offer this year.
FIEC Conference is at Stanwell Tops Conference Centre. We use the Waratah/Banksia/Acacia site (which is on the left as you arrive at the driveway).
Closer to the conference, we'll provide details about who to contact if you're travelling by train.
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Registration is now open. Payments can be made by bank transfer or credit card after you've registered. Please note that credit card payments will incur a transaction fee. If paying by bank transfer, your registration will not be complete until payment is received in full. Registration closes Sunday, August 27
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