Join us on the 15th September at the AIS Arena Bruce for a day of inspiring teaching and encouraging worship for Women’s Convention: Revive – New Heart, New Spirit, New Life.
Canberra’s own Annabel Nixey will be preaching from Ezekiel chapters 36 and 37.
There are four elective sessions available this year:
New heart now?
Our hearts don’t always feel very new. What should our new lives look like now between our spiritual and physical resurrections? This elective will consider what the Bible has to say about our experience of following God, our wrestle with competing desires, and how to change.
Creating safer church communities
Felicity Errington and Ruth Holt
Across Australian faith communities, there is a growing awareness of the reality of domestic violence. Sadly, it occurs within our own churches, which have not always been places of empathy, safety, justice and transformation. This elective will help you be more informed about domestic violence and provide some simple yet powerful training on how to serve and support sisters who experience partner abuse. Limited numbers.
The three difficult people you have to work with and how to be Jesus to them.
Caroline works full-time for City Bible Forum, Sydney. In her previous three jobs, she encountered all three difficult types. In this elective, Caroline will share in practical ways what she knows now which she wishes she knew back then. Limited numbers.
Experience revival with God today
We all need to take time out to process what God is saying to us and to speak to him. Connecting with God can take place individually and collectively through reflection, prayer, and singing. This elective will give you space and resources to connect with God at your own pace as well as providing some communal worship through guided prayer activities and singing.
Standard tickets are available until September 4th and there are volunteer opportunities to serve prior to, and on the day.
Come to Women’s Convention and seek the Holy Spirit to revive your heart.
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