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ReachOut 19


Cross the bridge

7+8 September 2019

KCC - Katoomba

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ReachOut 19


Cross the bridge

7+8 September 2019

KCC - Katoomba

Register At the door

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Speakers 19


Speakers

Speakers 19


Speakers

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Adam Edgerly

Adam Edgerly is an interculturalist and the CEO of Culture Consultants, helping senior executives achieve peak performance through executive coaching and leadership training. He has led retreats and workshops on five continents for thousands of participants. He earned his MA in Inter-Cultural Studies from Biola University and his MBA from Emory University.

Adam also serves as Lead Pastor of Newsong Los Angeles Covenant Church, a multicultural community committed to reconciliation in Christ. Prior to his ministry at Newsong LA, Adam served the Evangelical Covenant Church denomination in several capacities. He was Associate Director of Global Evangelism and Regional Director of Church Planting and Community Transformation.

Adam lives in southern California, where enjoys spending time at the beach with his wife and daughter.

 
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Ray Galea

Ray is married to Sandy and they have three children and three grandchildren. 

He pastors MBM Rooty Hill Anglican. Its a church with 70 different cultures in the multicultural west of Sydney. Prior to going to Moore College Ray worked as a Social Worker in Wollongong for three years specializing in Marriage and Family Counseling.

 He loves Jesus, his family, MBM, reading, eating Middle Eastern and Thai food,  listening to Dylan, and Chisel and is a Dragons tragic supporter. 

Ray loves seeing people become Christians, mature in Christ and mentoring other ministers.

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Workshops


Workshops

Workshops


Workshops

You will be required to select two of the following when you register online.

1. PANel: “we’re taking the kids”

Come and hear from a panel of TCKs (Third Culture Kids), the good, the bad, the in-betweens, the unique joys and challenges of preparing to cross the bridge, living cross-culturally with their families, and living away from and with their families in their ‘home’ cultures.

2. Intercultural Disciple-making

We live in a culture where making disciples is very word and task-based. We like our programs, our Bible studies, our set meet up times. What are the unique challenges of making disciples cross-culturally? How do we effectively respond to them in a way that is helpful for crossing the bridge? But also, what does all this teach us about disciple-making generally?

4. Counting the cost and understanding risk

Missionary work is risky. Is it just the reality and a matter of obedience because you’ve already counted the cost? Come and consider thoughtfully some unhelpful and unbiblical misunderstandings of risk and God’s guidance, and what it looks like to take risks well with God.

5. Millenials in Mission

What can I, brought up in a multicultural post-modern society, offer to cross cultural mission and what can I gain from going? Are you a millenial? Come and find out how God has equipped you for His global task in ways you didn’t even realise!

6. Cultural Intelligence

Can you describe your own culture? How would you begin to adapt to another culture?  Research also shows that cultural intelligence is the competence needed to thrive in a cross-cultural context. Come find out why this is so important for God’s mission and how to develop and grow your cultural intelligence of yourself and others so that you cross the bridge effectively.

7. Conflict in multicultural teams

Crossing the bridge doesn’t just involve culture of the people you are wanting to reach, it also involves your missionary team. More and more, missionary teams consist of people from various cultural backgrounds, those you understand and those you don’t. Believe it or not, it is conflict with missionary team members that is the largest cause of people leaving the field - not health! Come learn about working well with multicultural teams and dealing with conflict in culturally appropriate ways so that you can stay on the field for longer.

8. Using Bible stories in evangelism

We often use a variety of rhetoric and tools like Two Ways To Live or The Bridge to try and explain the gospel message. But we miss a vital part of the gospel that makes sense of its offer of salvation to the world: the story of Israel and Jesus. Come and learn how Bible storying is an effective tool for evangelism in various cultures, and perhaps you might be surprised, in ours as well, in crossing the bridge from ignorance and scepticism to understanding and belief.

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Program


Programme

Program


Programme

SUNDAY

0800 - Mission Stands Open

0900 - Session 4

1030 - Morning Tea

1115 - Session 5

1230 - Lunch

1300 - Conference Close

SATURDAY

0800 - Registration Open

0830 - Mission Stands Open

0930 - Session 1

1045 - Morning Tea

1130 - Session 2

1300 - Lunch

1400 - Workshop Session 1 (Mission Stands Closed)

1515 - Workshop Session 2

1615 - Connect Time

1800 - Dinner (Mission Stands Reopen)

1900 - Session 3

2100 - End of Session