LETS DO BETTER
March 25, 2019
Tony is well-known as a Christian author, and his many books and resources include a number closely related to this year’s topic (e.g. The Course of Your Life, The Thing Is, The Trellis and the Vine, The Vine Project and Six Steps to Loving Your Church). He is currently on study leave from Matthias Media pursuing doctoral research on ‘one-another edifying speech’ in the Christian community. He is married to Alison, and has five adult children and four grand-children.
David and Rachel Williams served as missionaries with Crosslinks in Nairobi for nine years, where David was involved in theological education with the Anglican Church. David has led CMS-Australia’s training ministry since 2008, based at St Andrew’s Hall in Melbourne. St Andrew’s Hall equips long-term missionaries to work in a wide variety of cultures around the world, so David and his team have extensive experience in equipping Australians for cross-cultural ministry.
Marty Sweeney is from Ohio (USA) where he lives with his wife Abby and their four children. For the last six years he has been on staff at Old North Church, in charge of adult ministry and training. For the last twelve years he has also been running Matthias Media in the States. These roles have afforded Marty ample time with pastors across the country learning about how churches shift their culture themselves towards disciple-making.
The campus ministry at UNSW has been known for a generation for its success at training and mobilising students for ministry and mission. Carl has been heading up the work at UNSW since 2008, and currently leads a ministry staff of 34, of which 20 are trainees. Carl is married to Jenny, and they have three children.
Every member theology
Tony Payne & Marty Sweeney
Every member missionaries David Williams
Every member speech
20 minute case studies
Sending every member
Monday, 26th March 2018
Doors are open for coffee and registration from 9:00am
First presentation starts
promptly at 10:00am
Conference will conclude with afternoon tea at 4:30pm
Village Church, 122 Johnston Street, Annandale (Corner Booth Street)
Street parking is available but limited. It is recommended that you park in
Annandale St, Young St and the surrounding side streets.
There are bus and train stops close to the venue.