Join us at Not Ashamed conference – Saturday, 19 October.

This conference is a masterclass in standing boldly for your faith in modern Australia.

The Apostle Paul declared that he was ‘not ashamed’ in the face of hostility, mockery, social pressure, fear, and obstacles. That conviction which he carried, and imparted to the early church, saw the Christian faith spread like wildfire throughout the ancient world.

We live in changing times; times that are challenging for us who are called to live boldly for Christ.

Just as Paul was ‘not ashamed’ to witness to God’s truth, the time has come for us to do the same.

Not Ashamed will equip you to:

  1. Better understand your world;
  2. Be unashamed to witness to the truth in your world;
  3. Be used by God.

Check out the great line-up of speakers:

Peter Jones

Dr Peter Jones

Executive Director,
TruthXChange (Los Angeles)

Speaking on Unscrambling the new worldview

“They Exchanged the Truth About God for the Lie” (Rom 1:25)

Israel Folau

Israel Folau

Rugby Legend

Q&A-based session with Martyn Iles

“The Approval of Men Rather than God” (John 12:43)

Martyn Iles

Martyn Iles

Managing Director,
Australian Christian Lobby

Speaking on Christian boldness in a hostile society

“For I am Not Ashamed of the Gospel” (Rom 1:16)

Tanya Davies

Tanya Davies MP

Member for Mulgoa,
NSW Parliament

Speaking on ‘Not Ashamed’ in the NSW Abortion Debate

“In my mother’s womb” (Ps 139:13)

John Steenhof

John Steenhof

Managing Director,
Human Rights Law Alliance

Panel session with real (untold) Australian stories from 4 HRLA legal clients

“Blessed are you…” (Matt 5:11)

Wendy Francis

Wendy Francis

ACL Spokesperson,
Women & Children

Speaking on Unashamed of innocence

“By living according to your word” (Ps 119:9)

Stephen Chavura

Dr Stephen Chavura

Academic and Speaker

Speaking on A brief history of how to change the world

“The Lord looks on the heart” (1 Sam 16:7)

We're excited to see you at Not Ashamed conference!

October 19, 2019 at 8:30am - 5pm
Sydney CBD
Sydney, NSW 2000
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