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Sydney: Reachout e-Track Saturday October 15

REACHOUT E-TRACK is on 15th OCTOBER 2011 at SMBC Register HERE or find out more HERE

Whether you went to Reachout and are keen to keep being challenged or you are looking to find out what God is doing in the world, e-track is for you!
Being immersed in a prevailing culture of self-absorption, we are tempted to impose on Jesus our terms and conditions to follow Him.  To follow Jesus means doing His mission and He is leading and empowering us.  Motivated by the love of Christ we are to be His witnesses – local, cross-cultural and global.  As Jesus promised, some will listen to His voice.

Omar Djoeandy, the National Director of SIM will be speaking on ‘Mission: on MY terms? Following Jesus in HIS mission’

There are also four seminars where you can find out what God is doing in the world and how you can be involved.

As always, there will be plenty of mission agencies there over supper. You can ask them all your questions about mission as well as finding out what God is doing around the world.

The four seminars are:

God at work in Nepal – Raju Rayamajhi from Nepal Gospel Centre

“It’s like Jesus becoming like an Aboriginal man…” When the translated Scriptures impact a people – Barry Borneman, CEO of Wycliffe Bible Translators Australia

What’s my Pathway into Mission? – Sean Boucher & Richard Jenner from WEC

Engaging with God’s Global Plan in your 40s, 50s and 60s – Lindsay and Barbara Fell from Second Wind Network

find out more HERE

WHEN?

Saturday, 15th Oct 2011, 6:45pm.
Supper at 9:15pm. All over by 10:30pm.

WHERE?

Sydney Missionary and Bible College (43 Badminton Road, Croydon).
(please do not park in Badminton Road)

SPEAKER?

Omar Djoeandy, National Director of SIM.

Omar is “CIA” – Chinese ethnically, born in Indonesia and an Australian since 10.  He trained as a Medical Doctor in UNSW, completed a Master of Divinity in Kenya and worked as an Associate Pastor at Nairobi Chapel for nearly six years.  Nairobi Chapel is an inter-denominational church that grew from about 30 people in 1989 to over 2,500 in 15 years.

In 2004, he began serving as the Executive Director of SIM (Serving in Mission) Australia. He is married to Kay and they have three children. Omar enjoys squash, badminton and bushwalking.

COST?

Registration is $10 for pre-booked tickets via the website, or $15 at the door.

To register online click HERE