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How do we develop a ministry that trains members for whole of life discipleship? How do we shape them so that they equip Christians to live out their faith and be fruitful for Jesus on their everyday "frontline"?
Join UK author and LICC director Mark Greene as he, along with local presenters, explain how this might be possible. Explore in detail the 6M framework Mark developed in his book Fruitfulness on the Frontline.
Mark’s challenge to the church is this: “Globally, 98% of Christians are neither envisioned nor equipped for mission in 95% of their waking lives. But just imagine if they were…”. We hope you can join us!
Featuring workshops exploring the 6Ms with:
Modelling godly character – Andrew Laird (Life@Work director)
Making good work – David Chan (ANZ, City Bible Forum) and Angus Monro (ANZ)
Ministering grace and love – Cathy De Witt (Pastor of Engagement, NewHope Baptist Church)
Moulding culture – Eugene Wong (Director, The Pericho Alliance)
Being a Mouthpiece for truth and justice - Chris Swann (Director of training, City to City Australia)
Being a Messenger of the gospel – Julie-anne Laird (Senior AFES staff worker, Melbourne University)
Mark Greene is the executive director of LICC and one of the leading thinkers and practitioners globally in the connection between Christian faith and daily life, especially work life.
As chief vision-caster of LICC, Mark is always looking for fresh ways to inspire people with a grasp of the gospel and its implications for the whole of life. His role is hugely varied – one day delivering an inspirational talk, on another day spending time with key leaders, and on yet another he’ll be feverishly penning a new book.