We tend to focus on critical mass when we want God's Kingdom to come on earth as it is heaven; however it's the critical yeast that actually creates critical mass and causes bread to be made. It's about how distinct, and how qualitatively different we are, how salty the salt is that creates a thirst in others to know Christ and engage in His Kingdom. It's about how we love the poorest and how we can allow them to change us just as much as what we can do with them. It's more 'with' than 'for'. Our three speakers will hit this theme.Register now
9 am – Martin Bent; Co-ordinator of Alta-1 Alternative Education - Devotions
9.15am – Phil Lindsay; TEAR Effectiveness Officer-TEAR Project Update . With Q and A time.
9.45am – Kat Eikelboom; TEAR Ambassador who went to voices for Justice in Canberra in November will share her experiences and how helping your church to advocate can change things.
10.00am – Pray and End.