True healing in this land can only happen when we as Christians come together and talk about the issues we face as a nation, particularly for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

So, let’s get together and talk.

We’ve invited some friends together to lead our conversation:

mike-frost.pngRev Dr Michael Frost is the Vice Principal at Morling Theological College in Sydney, and a leading voice on the missional church in Australia. Michael will be presenting the keynote at the event.

Nathan Campbell is a pastor and writer who pastors a Presbyterian church in South Brisbane; he’s excited by Aunty Jean’s vision of the cross of Jesus as the foundation for real healing in our nation and is on the journey of listening and imagining what could be.

Aunty Jean Phillips is one of our country's great Aboriginal Christian leaders. For decades she has been calling non-Aboriginal Christians to partner together in prayer, worship and solidarity..

Brooke Prentis is an Aboriginal Christian leader with a heart to see the Church build meaningful friendships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Christians as we walk on together towards justice.

Scott Sanders is the CEO of Common Grace, a movement of 35,000 Christians across Australia passionate about Jesus and therefore committed to loving our neighbour and challenging injustice in our society.

Tea and coffee served from 9am. Morning Tea and Lunch provided. Donation to be taken at the door to cover costs of the event.

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When

Saturday February 17, 2018 at 9:30am - 3:30pm

Where

St Andrew's Anglican Church
160 Vulture St
South Brisbane, QLD 4101
Australia
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Contact

Brooke Prentis · · 0416 197 324

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