The OneLove women’s conference returns to Sydney in 2016 and tickets are now available.
OneLove is a one-day women’s event to teach and inspire women. Hosted by Katoomba Christian Convention, OneLove brings together women of all ages and life stages to be reminded of God’s great love for us.
According to conference chair Julianne Jones, OneLove is a date to put in your 2016 diary now!
“OneLove is a time to leave behind the demands and routines of everyday life, and be refreshed by the life-changing truths in God’s word. With excellent Bible teaching, uplifting singing and yummy food, OneLove 2016 will be an unmissable event for women across Australia."
Here is what past attendees said about OneLove:
“A fantastic event that touched the hearts of so many, and displayed a glimpse of the heart of God.” – Rachel
“It is great to have a ‘husband and kid free’ day to meditate on the words of God, listen to great speakers, and share with other women.” - Esther
“It is Christ centred, Christ honouring and a blessing to believers and an amazing place for the unsaved to truly hear the gospel in a non judgmental environment.” - Janet
“Great teaching. Great food. Great fellowship. Great music. Great value. Great God!” - Camille
OneLove will feature international and local conference speakers Nancy Guthrie and Simon Manchester, and will be held on Saturday 27 August at the Australian Technology Park in Redfern.
Tickets are now available at the Super Early Bird rate of just $79 per person. Ticket prices increase from 31 January. Women who purchase ten tickets in one transaction will receive one ticket free!
For more information, visit the OneLove website: www.onelovewomen.com.
Build Up is an exciting new event format from Katoomba Christian Convention.
As part of its relaunched men’s ministry, Build Up will adopt a similar style to the renowned TED talks, as men share personal stories with practical wisdom for living as a Christian man.
In the morning of BASECAMP: City, men hear short 12-minute talks as men share their experiences and practical wisdom for living as a Christian man.
6 men will share their stories in this session, with time included for questions. Topics include:
“Two Big C’s”
Where Leigh Hatcher will share lessons of faith and life from more than two years of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and the past two years with Prostate Cancer.
“What persecuted Christians in the Middle East taught me about hope”
Where Carlos Aguilera will share what he learned about hope as he spent time with persecuted Christians in the Middle East.
More details are available at: http://basecampmen.com/buildup.
More than 1200 men are expected to attend BASECAMP: City, at the Australian Technology Park in Redfern on 8 August.
Registrations are still open, and the Standard ticket price closes this Friday.
Phone: 0403 904 392
Katoomba Christian Convention has compiled a powerful new infographic entitled “10 statistics about Australian men”. The statistics, each from reputable sources, describe some of the challenges facing men in Australia today.
• 80% of suicides in Australia are by men.
• Up to 59% of men feel they are not part of a community.
• One in ﬁve Australian children lives with only one natural parent. In 81% of cases, the absent parent is the father.
• Men are lonelier than women from early adulthood right through to their seventies.
• Women are more likely to own their own Bible than men (51% v 39%).
These statistics have been compiled in the lead-up to the BASECAMP men’s convention in Katoomba and Sydney this August. Event Director, Steven Kryger says:
“These statistics are timely reminder of the challenges facing men in Australia today. BASECAMP is an event that will bring together men from across generations to build relationships and encourage men to keep going. Most of all, we pray that as men hear from God at this event, their strength will be renewed and their hope will be found by looking to Him.”
More than 2500 men have registered for BASECAMP, and registrations are still open.
The full list and infographic can be downloaded from the BASECAMP website: www.basecampmen.com/stats.