Sondy Ward will be sharing about how God’s Dreaming began, what has happened to date and future directions. You will come away inspired about what your role might be in bringing people into God’s Kingdom.
God’s Dreaming resources will be available after the service.
Come and hear a presentation of how God’s Dreaming came about, what it is achieving and where to from here. You may be inspired about what your role might be in winning others to God’s Kingdom.
God’s Dreaming resources will be available after the service.
Gold Coin Donation for Community Project. BBQ Lunch and salad provided (gluten free and vegetarian catered for), BYO Drinks, card tables, chairs, easels, materials, equipment etc. If raining, indoor space is available.
Parking in public car park opposite (can unload at venue first).
Live background music from 3pm. BYO Instrument to play if you like.
Registrations Essential: Please RSVP by Thursday 18th April for catering purposes.
This is not a market but we will have limited space for art displays. For info contact Coordinator Sondyward@gmail.com or 0400 662 638
Please pass this on to creative friends e.g. painters, potters,
photographers, film-makers, crafts people and others.
THIS EASTER MONDAY 22nd April 2019 from 10am to 3pm showcases REDLANDS as A CARING COMMUNITY, meaning GOOD NEWS FOR REDLANDS CITY! The result of a vision by Pastor Glen Gray that churches should combine to offer a day of free celebration and Christian witness of the Easter message to the greater Redland City community. It has grown each year since. so that it now takes over the Cleveland Showgrounds with a host of sideshow rides, entertainment acts, children's performers and wide range of kids activities, street theatre, free food and drinks and lots more. It attracts approx 18,000 people, making it one the largest annual events in the Redlands.
The God’s Dreaming banner will be there, manned by a crew led by Bishop Barry Cunnington. If you’d like to share the gospel with a friend in a new way, take them along and look for the God’s Dreaming banner.
Come and be part of the 68th Easter Convention held at Belgrave Heights. God’s Dreaming will be there along with many other missions. Hear from the speakers on subjects such as ‘Whatever happened to the Arab Spring?’, ‘What God is doing in the Middle East today’, ‘Developing missional leadership‘ and much more.
Beeswax is amazing stuff! In this workshop, you will learn how to use beeswax to make your own food wraps and candles. Beeswax food wraps are a great alternative to single use plastics such as glad wrap. You can use them to wrap leftovers, sandwiches, cheese, produce and so much more. They are great for the environment, and will help save you money too. Each attendant will make their own beeswax wrap and a 100% pure beeswax candle. Additional supplies will be available for purchase on the day so that you can make them at home too.
Cost: $45 per person
$10 from each ticket to be donated to God’s Dreaming
Please bring an apron (beeswax is tricky to get off your good clothes!) and wear closed toe shoes
Places are limited so to secure your booking, please contact Holly 0425 763 973 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and complete bank transfer to:
BSB: 733 397 Account number: 725 904
Please use “Beeswax” and your “name” as the reference
Beeswax food wraps and candle making workshop
ACTIVATE Conference 2018 will be held at One Community Church, 184 Surrey Road, Blackburn, with doors opening at 9am, Saturday 28th April.
WITNESS IN A BROKEN WORLD
What does it mean to be broken people
witnessing in a broken world?
Activate is a free conference organised by Victorian churches and mission groups. Come and explore how to be a message-bearer in God’s redemption of the world.
Had such a great time doing prophetic painting at The Strand Shopping Centre, being part of the Ganggalah Church Exhibition 'Lift Him Up' and seeing the God's Dreaming Banner being used to reach people with the good news of Jesus in the YWAM tent at Jack Evans Boat Harbour Park! We were even interviewd by Juice FM!
Jesus - A Journey Worth Pursuing
Guest Speakers are:
Steve Brady (UK) - Principal, Moorlands College, Hampshire
Steve was born in Liverpool where he was converted in his teens, through a mixture of Bible reading and Everton Football Club! he trained at what is now the London School of Theology. Brenda, his wife of more than 40 years passed away in 2017, and he has two children and four grandchildren. he has been in full-time Christian ministry for 40 years, is Principal of Moorlands College, serves as a trustee of the Keswick Convention, and is Chair of the Association of Bible College Principals.
Jamie Hudson Taylor IV - Great-great grandson of J Hudson Taylor, Founder of the China Inland Mission.
Jamie was born in Taiwan. Jamie undertook university and seminary studies in the US. he worked for OMF and a Chinese church in Boston and then with Campus Evangelical Fellowship in Taiwan. In 1996 he moved to Hong Kong and served in various positions with OMF including the leader for OMF's Church-Related Ministries. Rev Jamie is the great-great grandson of J Hudson Taylor, Founder of the China Inland Mission. Jamie and Mimi have three children.
Peter Adam - Vicar Emeritus, St Jude's Carlton, former Principal, Ridley College
Peter was born and raised in Melbourne, and converted at age 16. He studied classical music, then trained for the ministry at Ridley College. he has served in ministry in Melbourne, London, and Durham, including 20 years at St Jude's Carlton and 10 years as Principal of Ridley. he continues his ministry of preaching, writing, encouraging people in ministry, supervising research students, speaking at conferences and training preachers in Australia and overseas.
2018 Guest Artist - Saturday Concert - Silvie Paladino
Friday 30 March
10.30am Steve Brady - A Lord Worth Loving (Acts 1)
2.30pm Peter Adam - The Precious Blood of Christ (Exodus 12:1-13)
4.30pm Seminars - Sally Minett - Reflections of the Centenary History and OMF - Making disciples in Asia
7pm Jamie Hudson Taylor IV - Doing His Work (John 9:42)
Saturday 31 March
10.30am Steve Brady - A Gospel Worth Preaching (Acts 2)
2.30pm Jamie Hudson Taylor IV - A Thirsty Soul on a Dusty Road (Acts 8:26-40)
4.30pm Seminars - Mark Sneddon - Being christian in Secular and Pluralist Australia & Jamie Hudson Taylor IV - Christianity in China: Persecuted or?
7.00pm Steve Brady - A Priority Worth Keeping (Acts 6)
9.00pm Silvie Paladino - When you believe
Sunday 1 April
10.30am Steve Brady - Christianity Without the Resurrection (1 Corinthians 15) Communion Service
2.30pm Peter Adam - The Lord Our Dwelling Place (Psalm 90) Special Centenary Meeting
4pm (tbc) Sausage Sizzle - No Seminars
7.00pm Jamie Hudson Taylor IV - From Success to Significance (Luke 5:1-11)
Note time change:
Monday 2 April
9.30am Steve Brady - A Church Worth joining (Acts 1:1)
11.30am Jamie Hudson Taylor IV - Willing and Able (1 Chronicles 28:20-21)
Global Mission Meeting
2.30pm Steve Brady - a Vision Worth Pursuing (Acts 16)
4.30 - 6.30 pm, Sunday 4th June
Anglican Parish of Christ Church,
Cnr Mount Alexander Road and Marco Polo Street, Essendon
Complimentary drink on arrival, 2 course meal and presentation. Free event. Donations welcome.
You are invited to experience a unique spiritual-art initiative. Come and hear how ‘God's Dreaming’ was created by seventeen indigenous/non-indigenous artists working together over three years. The artistic nature of this collaborative project combines the Indigenous peoples’ natural connection to story and art with Jesus Christ’s message of redemption. ‘God’s Dreaming’ is a unique and effective tool for Indigenous Christians and others to reach their families and the nations with a creative expression of the Kingdom of God. Come and enjoy a meal while hearing what ‘God’s Dreaming’ is achieving around Australia and the world. You will have opportunity to purchase prints, greeting cards and books.
RSVP: Tanya 0408912412 or email@example.com