IGNITE Conference 2017El Rancho, Waikanae | July 2-7, 2017
Spaces are Limited
Spaces are Limited
IGNITE Conference 2017
The mid year break is right around the corner. What are you going to be doing? You could work, hangout at home and play games, scroll through Facebook, or watch youtube. I don’t know about you, but that gets old pretty quickly…
Wouldn’t you rather do something fun, refreshing and life giving!?! Then why not come to IGNITE Conference!
Be inspired, encouraged, and challenged to grow deeper in knowing Jesus Christ. We believe its the greatest gift you could receive. At our National Student Life & Athletes in Action conference, you’ll get to meet, hang out and have fun with other students from universities all around NZ. You’ll get to learn a bunch of life-changing lessons that will impact your relationships, perspectives, and your own spiritual journey.
We got three perceptive speakers that will share about having relationship with Jesus Christ and what that means for us. We live in a world that has a clamour of social justice causes, and a confusion of moral ethics. Why not Ignite your relationship with Jesus Christ and discover a deeper understanding of the world around you.
So come experience the fun, eat delicious food, make life-long friendships, while being challenged and inspired to know and follow Jesus Christ.
– contact your club president and ask if your Action Group is eligible for a club subsidy or a group fundraiser.
Senior Pastor of Shore Community Church
His teaching has aired on Prime TV, Shine TV and Rhema Media and he teaches preaching at Laidlaw College. Reuben has a passion for helping people understand the big story of the Bible and live out of that story in everyday life. He is married to Anna and they have three boys – Joshua (7), Lawson (5) and Ezra (2). In his free time (which doesn’t really exist) Reuben loves reading and playing piano.
Global Vice President of Student-Led Movements CCCi
Roger graduated from Auckland University in New Zealand, majoring in Economics, Politics and Geography. After three years working for the New Zealand Government the Lord called Roger and his wife, Nicki, to serve in the student ministry of CCC New Zealand. In 2005, after 12 years of student ministry leadership, Roger became the National Director of Tandem Ministries (CCCI NZ). In 2013, Roger was honored to be appointed as Global Vice President of CCCI. Roger is passionate about helping raise up the next generation of leaders for Christ’s kingdom, and the challenge of helping reach the World’s 160+ million university students. He enjoys speaking to students about the significant part they can play in God’s redeeming work in the world and being part of a global spiritual movement.
National Director for Tandem Ministries
Student Life is the University ministry of Tandem Ministries. Justin loves working with young people who are passionate about changing the world for Christ. He spent 10 years pioneering the student life team and work at Canterbury University and is in his 18th year working for Tandem.
Lab 1: Faith on the Field: Integrating Faith and Sport
For an athlete, it is often difficult to apply what is heard in church on the sports field. This lab will bridge that gap by delivering key principles through experiential learning.
Facilitators: Timo Tagaloa and Chelsea Pilgrim
Lab 2: Taking the Gospel Online
Become familiar with some great tools to connect the gospel with your friends online.
Facilitators: Karl Udy and Kewei Jiang
Lab 3: Campus Launch
Facilitator: Aidan Shotbolt
Lab 4: Vision for Vocation
discover a vision for bringing the gospel to your future work place and identify how God could use you after graduation to bring change to NZ.
Facilitators: Bob Whittaker and Mikaire Paul
Lab 5: Opening the Bible Today – Bible Study Methods made simple!
Develop an awareness of Biblical context and familiarise yourself with the tools to help you work through a specific passage to deepen your faith.
Facilitator: Ian Bayne, Pastor Wellington Church
Lab 6: Helping Muslims step into the Kingdom of God
Most Christians are not ready for their Muslim friends strong attack on their Christian beliefs. As a result many Christians retreat and avoid discussing their faith. This is not fair to Muslims. How will they hear of saving grace if we retreat or take offence? Discover more here.
Facilitator: Bryan Johnson
Lab 7: Building Resilience
In todays world of change and anxiety, developing a healthy sense of resilience is essential. In this lab you will also be equipped to journey with friends who wrestle with depression and addiction.
Facilitator: Mark Wallace