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Session 1

Tuesday 17th October: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Senior Pastor, Gas Street Church, Birmingham UK & Co-Founder of ‘The Orchard’

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Now more than ever we need to identify, encourage, empower and develop women as leaders in the church. And yet many women still experience both personal and systemic “glass ceilings” that have held them back from fully stepping into God’s leadership call on their lives.

This interactive session is for both men and women who would like to explore ways to effectively raise up women into leadership in their context and look more closely at the obstacles that might potentially stand in the way.

Rachel will be drawing from her own journey into leadership as well as sharing the lessons she’s learned through intentionally creating a church culture that empowers and enables women to be released as leaders

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TBA

Time: Tuesday 17th October, Session 1: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Director of Crossover for Australian Baptist Ministries

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Culture is built on stories, images, language, artifacts and liturgy – this workshop will unpack practical and helpful ways to shape and maintain a culture where multiplication is the norm rather than the exception. Starting with some of Jesus’ stories and practices that foster multiplicity, it will then equip you with four modern-day parables to help churches see themselves in a new and dynamic way.

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Time: Tuesday 17th October, Session 1: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

CEO of Multiply Movement, Co-Founder of Acts Now Moment

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What are some of the most impactful discipleship tools fueling multiplication movements worldwide? A compact toolkit, drawn from global best practices, serves as the cornerstone for movements like Haiti, where an astounding average of 1000 baptisms occur daily. Hear about the exponential growth of 5+ generational disciples and churches flourishing in regions like Tonga, the Philippines, and California. Explore the reasons behind the global viral spread of these tools and their effectiveness in the Australian context. In this information-packed session, you will be introduced to simple, biblical and reproducing tools that have catalysed millions to embrace Christ—a practical resource you can readily implement with a single new disciple or a network of churches

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TBA

Time: Tuesday 17th October, Session 1: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Lead Pastor of Flow Church Melbourne

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Eating is of tremendous spiritual significance throughout Scripture – from Creation and Fall in Genesis to the marriage supper of the Lamb in Revelation. But in many churches, breaking bread has been reduced to mere symbolism and metaphor. And even where food might be a regular occurrence (e.g. pizza at Friday night youth), we often have a practice of eating together without a conscious theology supporting it.

Come and learn why an intentional practice of breaking bread should be included in our strategies for planting and sustaining churches, and why it is arguably as important as preaching, worship and prayer!

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TBA

Time: Tuesday 17th October, Session 1: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

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Get a deep understanding of the M4 Team Process, the background for its development and the opportunity to explore more. Participants will understand why we shifted from training the church planter to training both the church planter and her/his team. They will also understand how this process has been made simple enough to operate in 15 nations, languages and cultures and how a 10 years process looks like. 

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TBA

Time: Tuesday 17th October, Session 1: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Missiologist, Thought Leader, Author

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In this workshop we will explore the latent potentials of the Ephesians 4 typology of ministry (APEST/fivefold) and how it can is critical for generating and sustain church planting movements in our time.

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TBA

Time: Tuesday 17th October, Session 1: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Emerging Leaders Director for Arrow Leadership Australia

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The Church in Australia needs great leaders and it’s our job to develop them. In this elective we’ll explore the importance of leadership development. We’ll chat about the significance of nurturing outstanding leaders in today’s ever-changing world. You’ll get the lowdown on practical leadership strategies and snag some nifty tools to boost your leadership development game. Come along to share what you know and learn from each other as we explore what developing more leaders who are led more by Jesus, lead more like Jesus and lead more to Jesus

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TBA

Time: Tuesday 17th October, Session 1: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Relationship Manager Open Doors Australia

It’s no secret that Australian society is becoming increasingly hostile to the Christian faith. Now is the time for the church in Australia to follow the examples of our persecuted family around the globe. The refining fire of persecution leads to Jesus-dependent disciples who continue to multiply, plant churches, and lovingly engage their neighbours. As the Aussie church learns the stories and prays for our persecuted family, we will see how God is at work to grow his church, and also be inspired by the courageous faith of our brothers and sisters as they shine the light of Christ in the darkest of places.

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TBA

Time: Tuesday 17th October, Session 1: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Chair, Lausanne Australia & Specialist for Evangelism and Mission, CTCA

A lot of Christians have gone silent, and aren’t talking about their faith. How can we help them to be more equipped and confident in sharing their faith?

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TBA

Time: Tuesday 17th October, Session 1: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Lead Pastor Trinity Church Nottingham and Co- founder of the Orchard Women

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The future of the church in the west depends on a rediscovery of true spiritual authority in audacious prayer. With personal testimony and biblical insight Amy shares with us how we might walk in a new measure of authority in prayer as we walk in step with the spirit

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TBA

Time: Tuesday 17th October, Session 1: 12:00pm – 1:00pm