The National Christian Reflections Pop-up Blog Tour

Ever wanted to hear Mikey Lynch carry out in person those Christian reflections that have made his blog the most popular resource on the Geneva Push website?

Imagine a lo-fi conference you actually want to go to: sitting in a comfortable room in your home city, with some tasty food, fresh coffee and heaps of practical and provocative content.

Keep an ear out, as special guests will also be contributing to various blog tour events in 2016. 

The Blog Tour provides a unique community and training experience for engaged, ministry-minded Christians, as well as pastors, ministry and elders, that is memorable, fun and deeply stimulating.
It also doubles as a fund-raising event for Mikey's work on campus, as all profits go towards his mission support.
 

Rory Shiner, from Providence Church (WA) says:

"I've been meaning to write a blog post called: "Why the Perth Blog Tour night was the best ministry encouragement night I've been to in a very long time." I think a few things (venue, vibe, material) were in it's favour, but in particular the seamless moving from pragmatics to principles to theology to culture etc. I think we have too many "I've been ask to talk about (e.g.) time management so I am going to spend most of the time giving a generic biblical theology and then run out of time to say anything about the advertised topic). It was a model of moving between stuff seamlessly and engagingly.

Mikey Lynch (Director of Hobart campus ministry, and a founding director of Geneva Push) will be providing juicy, thought-provoking material across the following topics:

  • Evangelism
  • Preaching
  • Leadership
  • Productivity
  • Cultural engagement
  • Theology

Choose your preferred topics upon registration to help shape the night's content.


This year there will be two kinds of events running (see below for more information about cities near you):

Feast ($45 plus Eventbrite booking fee): includes a delicious dinner and 3 sessions worth of meaty content.

OR 

Coffee break ($25 plus Eventbrite booking fee): includes premium hot beverages and tasty dessert snacks, 1 session and Q&A.

All profits will go towards Mikey's mission work with AFES.
 

The roadshow that is the National Christian Reflections Pop-Up Blog Tour will be trundling into a town near you...

 

HOBART

Thursday, 28th Jan (7:30-9:30pm).
Coffee Break ($25)
Wellspring Anglican Church loft, Sandy Bay.

REGISTER NOW.


Thursday 9th June (5:30-9:30pm)
Feast ($45)
Wellspring Anglican Church loft, Sandy Bay.

REGISTER NOW.

 

SYDNEY

Watch this space for details.

 

PERTH

Also featuring Rory Shiner, pastor of Providence Church.
Monday, 9th May (9am-3pm).
Topic: The Productive Pastor
Feast ($45)
Venue TBA

REGISTER NOW.

 

LAUNCESTON

Also featuring Luke Hansard, founder of FOCUS, Hobart and Network Team Leader of The Vision 100 Network.
Tuesday, 7th June (5:30-9:30pm).
Feast ($45)
Venue TBA.

REGISTER NOW.

 

MELBOURNE

Monday 7th November (5:30-9:30pm).
Feast ($45)
Venue: Mentone Baptist Church building, 36 Harpley St, Cheltenham

REGISTER NOW.

 

More about Mikey

Mikey graduated from the University of Tasmania with a Bachelor of Arts in 2002. In 2000 he became one of the founding leaders of Crossroads Presbyterian Church where he was the lead pastor for 7 years from 2003.

Mikey now works as the Campus Director of the University Fellowship of Christians, University of Tasmania, Hobart. Mikey is the chairman of The Vision 100 Network (Tasmania) and a founding director of Geneva Push (national) - both church planting networks. He is also the network coordinator of the Ministry Training Strategy (MTS) in Tasmania and a chaplain at Jane Franklin Hall.

Mikey's ministry has focused on preaching to unchurched uni students and graduates. He is also passionate about identifying and developing future Christian leaders. Mikey is married to Nikki and is the father of Xavier, Esther and Toby. He loves cooking, fishing, reading and has recently taken up rollerblading again.



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