Saturday May 24
8:45am – 3:30pm
45 Cheltenham St, Highgate
Pre-Registrations are now closed but you are welcome to register on the day or phone Olivia on 0416292253 for more information.
About the Talks.
Thinking about evangelism often overwhelms us or makes us feel guilty. This year at the Grace conference we will be exploring what God does, and doesn’t, require of us when it comes to evangelism from the book of 1 Peter.
Why does God care? Do we need to be ‘gifted’ for evangelism? Is living the gospel the same as speaking the gospel? Come and join us as we look at the good news and our role in it.
For registration queries, please call Olivia on 0416 292 253 or email her at email@example.com.
Susan was born in the Shire (Sydney, not Middle Earth!). She came to know God through the University ministry at Western Sydney, and was quickly caught up into the work of sharing the gospel with others. She has served in the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students, at Kingswood Anglican; at Drummoyne Presbyterian church and at St Matthew’s Anglican church in Shenton Park, Perth.
Currently Susan’s main role is as a life coach for four young men (her children). Squeezed in between that she spends time reading the Bible and encouraging women, having people in their home and looking for opportunities to give a reason for the hope she has with the people who cross her path. She is married to Rory and they live in Perth.
There will be a variety of workshops on offer on the day. For details of each workshop and to PRE-REGISTER for workshops please sign up with your preferences on this website before 4th May. Please note pre-registration for workshops is only available for online registrations. Those who do not register for workshops online before the 4th May will be able to sign up on the day.
Anthea McCall was the 2013 Keynote Speaker, talking on the theme of “Shaken not stirred” from Corinthians. View videos of the three main talks here »
Grace Conference is a day conference where women gather together to look at the Bible, and to encourage each other in our relationship with the Lord Jesus as we live in today’s world.
“Encourage one another and build each other up.” (1 Thessalonians 5:11)
Grace Conference highly recommends the Adelaide Men’s Convention as the Grace Conference equivalent for men.
Visit www.adelaidemensconvention.org to find out more.
Children at Grace Conference.
Because we do not have child-minding facilities we regret that we cannot offer créche. Babes in arms are welcome under the care of the mother.
Missions and Organisations.
The Grace team agrees that any missions or organizations promoted or supported at the conference are to be Christian and focused on women.