To produce a Godly and practical conference with Christian speakers who come from a range of evangelical denominations and backgrounds
The aim of this conference is to allow God’s mighty Word to transform men from the inside out as we hear the Bible taught. Our prayer, and our goal, is to see men equipped for the service of God, his people and the world through knowing Jesus and understanding what it is to be a man who belongs to him in this modern world today.
Men For Christ Ministries (MFCM Inc) was formed in 2004, after three Christian men saw a need for a practical, biblical based conference for men in the west of Sydney.
They shared this vision with other Christian men, and identified their aims as:
This was to be based on the underlying ethos of:
Each year the conference aims to provide men with quality speakers, specialist exhibitors, and topics that may be difficult to handle in their church group but are important in enabling men to become more effective Christians in all their relationships, whether as a husband, father, son, friend, leader.
It aims to offer a choice of topics on the day that are presented with a solid biblical foundation, but which provide practical examples and advice that men can use to cope with the challenges that they, their family and friends face in life.
|Keynote 1: Joe Wiltshire|
|Keynote 2: David Jensen|
|Keynote 3: Gary Millar|
Dominic is known for calling it as it is. He’s a husband, dad, pastor of Village Church in Annandale & director of Christians in the Media.
Dave Jensen works as a pastor at EV Church on the Central Coast of NSW. Prior to working in ministry he was in the Australian Army for the best part of a decade which is where someone told him the truth about Jesus and he became a Christian. Dave is married to Sammy and they have 6 kids. He loves telling people about Jesus, lebanese chicken and the Sydney Roosters.
Breakout - Masks driven by fear: Hiding our Christian faith from the world
Being a Christian is tough: not only do we have our own struggles with sin, doubt and suffering - it is becoming increasingly difficult to stand for Jesus in a nation which is fleeing from it's Christian roots. It's normal for us to be afraid: afraid of looking foolish, of conflict, of rejection. But we are not alone: Jesus told us that this is what would happen - and he has promised that he will always be with us. So what does it look like to authentically follow Jesus: even in the face of constant pressure and trial? What hope does Jesus give us?