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Main Talks

  1. 1. Do not be afraid

    Michael Reeves

    What is the joyful fear of the Lord? Not a source of gloom or terro but a deep pleasure for believers!

  2. 2. Men of joyful fear

    Michael Reeves

    The joyful fear of God can set us free from our anxieties, give us strength, and enable us to shine as lights in our families, among our friends and before the world.

Seminars

  1. 1. Fearing the Lord at Work

    Steve White

    We spend at least 36% of our waking hours
    in the workplace (sometimes more!). We will
    be looking at how the fear of the Lord shapes
    the way we live out the gospel at work so that
    we honour God and point to Jesus.

  2. 2. How to grow in the fear of the Lord

    Michael Reeves

    What practical steps we can all take towards a deeper devotional life enjoying the fear of the Lord?

  3. 3. Youth Stream Session 1

    Thiago Holanda

    The first of the two sessions for the Youth Stream on Fearing the Lord at Home. Unfortunately, the session on Fearing the Lord at School did not record. 

  4. 4. Useful for the Lord

    Paul Hancock

    We long to be useful to the Lord in His service and for His glory, yet can feel ill-equipped for the task. This workshop explores how you can grow to be more useful, wherever the Lord has placed you.

  5. 5. How to keep a men’s ministry going and growing

    Paul Kingman, Jon Putt & Steve Wilcox

    Summary notes from this interactive workshop looking at how to grow men’s ministry in your church.

  6. 6. Sex and our society

    Steve Casey

    In these two workshops we’ll see first how
    Scripture exposes, explains and offers
    redemption to the sexual insanity of our
    culture. In the second workshop we’ll explore
    practical strategies that parents/churches
    can use to prepare and protect our children
    as they face an increasingly sexualised
    culture. These workshops are intended to
    work together

  7. 7. Sex and our families

    In these two workshops we’ll see first how
    Scripture exposes, explains and offers
    redemption to the sexual insanity of our
    culture. In the second workshop we’ll explore
    practical strategies that parents/churches
    can use to prepare and protect our children
    as they face an increasingly sexualised
    culture. These workshops are intended to
    work together

Main Talks

  1. 1. The Uniqueness of the Gospel

    Glen Scrivener

  2. 2. The Goodness of the Gospel

    Glen Scrivener

  3. 3. The Relevance of the Gospel

    Dan Strange

Seminars

  1. 1. Going Deeper

    Glen Scrivener

  2. 2. The gospel:The better story - Youth Stream

    Ben Putt

    The mission we’re given as Christians is to get the good news of the Gospel out to the world - one of the hardest places to do that is in the school/college years. There are many barriers, but perhaps the biggest is our own failure to remember just how good the good news is. We’ll spend time in this session being reminded of how good the gospel is, why that should be our motivation to do what we can to pass it on, and how we are to do that.

  3. 3. The gospel:The better story in a world of many faiths

    Andrew Chard

    With over 4000 different faiths across the world, how can it be that the gospel still offers the better story everyone needs to hear? In this workshop we will look at scripture to find practical ways to share the gospel cross-culturally. Andrew will also discuss what he has found most fruitful in reaching people from the Muslim world.

  4. 4. Same sex attraction and the gospel: Our better story

    Rob Wood

    Cultural attitudes toward sexuality have changed rapidly in recent years. The cultural consensus is that the Christian vision of sex and relationships is archaic, oppressive, and damaging. In this workshop, we will seek to explore how we can graciously articulate our better, gospel centred, story as it relates to the topic of same-sex attraction.