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The Unfinished Story
The Unfinished Story
22/05/2020
Do you want to be part of God's story of redemption? Are you ready to take the next steps in God's mission? Here's how: The Unfinished Story Introduction The Unfinished Story provi...
A Rocha: In Conversation with Andrew McCulloch
A Rocha: In Conversation with Andrew McCulloch
02/06/2020
We are excited but sad to present the final video of our electives series with A Rocha Australia. Here, Julia Jardine chats with Tony Rinaudo AM - Senior Climate Change Advisor, World Visio
A Rocha: In Conversation with Katherine Shields
A Rocha: In Conversation with Katherine Shields
31/05/2020
For some Sunday afternoon reflection, here is Julia Jardine from A Rocha Australia discussing creation care with Katherine Shields, Creation Care Advocate and Youth Worker, Interserve. ...
A Rocha: In Conversation with Rev Dr Bill Brown
A Rocha: In Conversation with Rev Dr Bill Brown
29/05/2020
In this video, Julia Jardine from A Rocha speaks to Bill Brown - Pastor Emeritus, Syndal Baptist Church and Pastoral Coach, Baptist Union of Victoria. As a local pastor, Bill has a deep...

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Activate is an annual missions conference designed to inspire, challenge and mobilise young adults toward missions involvement.

The Core Values of this conference are:

  1. Biblical Integrity – upholding the Word of God and its mandate for missions.
  2. Longing for God’s glory – seeing the worship of God, through Christ, be active among the nations and people groups of the world
  3. Teamwork – working together with churches, individuals and organisations toward a common goal
  4. Relevance – being a fresh global missions voice within the wider Victorian church.

Activate is a ministry of Missions Interlink

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