Beautiful feet bring Good News

Sept 21-23, 2018
Mt Tamborine Conference Centre

Why come? It's a place to think and pray about our response to what God is doing in the world.

Jesus entrusted the church (that is us!) with the Great Commission to go into ALL the world preaching, teaching and making disciples – both those across the street and those across the seas.

Come join us at Mission Matters to be ... encouraged, envisioned and equipped to help complete that commission cross-culturally, both at home and abroad.

This event is a great opportunity to:

  • Hear God's amazing love for the lost through first-hand accounts of those who have served cross-culturally to fulfil this mission critical commission.
  • Seek out and spend one on one time with others who've made Jesus’ passion and focus their own.
  • Engage with both local and global cross-cultural mission.
  • Take time out to pray and ask "What is God's next step for me?" .

ALL WEEKEND EVENT

Main speaker sessions, electives, personal reflection times, fellowshipping with fellow Jesus' followers. Creche and kids programs for all ages.

GREAT LOCATION

Mountaintop experience at the beautiful surrounds of Mt Tamborine; on site accommodation or camping style; enjoy God’s nature at its best.

TOP SPEAKERS

Be encouraged and challenged by the main session speakers plus many other missionaries leading interactive elective workshops and seminars.

INTERACT WITH MISSIONS

Many mission agencies and Bible colleges will be there to journey with you to help you make the most of this amazing opportunity by exploring the scope of what God is doing in the world.

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Cathy

Dr. Cathy has lived and worked cross-culturally for thirty-five years, working in education, development, relief, discipleship and mentoring. She was part of the International Leadership Team of Interserve for nine years, firstly as Regional Director for the Arab World and Africa, and then as Director of Ministries. Cathy has a degree in Arabic and Islamic Studies, from Exeter University in England, and a PhD from the School of International and Political Strategic Studies at the Australian National University. Her research interests include women and change in Muslim contexts, women and mission, and women and Islam in contemporary society.

Cathy was part of the launch of the When Women Speak network in September 2015, committed to creating a space for women academics and practitioners to collaborate in research, share learning, publish their work for mutual growth and learning, share resources, training and mentoring. The When Women Speak network enables women working at the intersection of mission, women and Islam to envision the future of interactions between Christianity and Islam from a women’s perspective, and includes Muslim women in the exploration of faith. Cathy is committed to innovative and creative engagement between the academic and practice of women in mission with those living under Islam.


Andrew Carnell

It was in 2001, in a small church in his hometown of Stanthorpe that Andrew Carnell was first impacted by the statistical reality of the number of people in the world still yet to hear about Jesus. Moved, he finished his ministry as a school chaplain and joined Operation Mobilisation’s ship the Logos 2 for 18 months before later working with OM as their State Director for Queensland. In his time with OM he was part of the 2000 Walk project, a partnership with Wycliffe, raising awareness of the need for the Bible to be translated into the remaining 2000 languages.

Andrew now works as a Pastor at Bridgeman Baptist Community Church where he oversees the church’s mission ministry and is also part of the leadership team of OM’s TeenStreet a ministry which disciples and mobilises teenagers and young adults into mission. He is blessed to have a beautiful and supportive wife Natalie and three boys that are a lot of fun.

Location

MTCC Campsite Entrance

MTCC - Mount Tamborine Conference Centre

237 Beacon Road, North Tamborine

www.mtcc.org.au

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Accommodation - Filling FAST! Tap a venue to learn more.

MTCC Panorama Camp Site

Camp Panorama
(6 PLACES LEFT IN THE 1 ROOM)

Adjacent to the main auditorium, Camp Panorama accommodates up to 75 guests. The spacious lounge and dining areas. The hall has a TV and DVD player as well as a slow combustion wood heater. Full details on the MTCC Panorama Camp web page.

Camp Tamborine

Camp Tamborine
(NO PLACES LEFT)

The dining hall is spacious and equipped with padded seating, wide tables, a slow combustion stove. Sleeping accommodation is in the upstairs areas of both buildings. Full details on the Camp Tamborine web site.

Camp Tamborine

Tamborine Life Centre
(Just 1 Male and 1 Female bed left)

A short walk to the main auditorium, Tamborine Life Centre accommodates up to 58 guests. 180 degree spectacular views of the lush green rolling hinterland, Brisbane and the Glasshouse Mountains from the back verandah. Full details on the Camp Tamborine web site.

Caravan / Campervan Sites

35 powered sites and 44 unpowered sites. Close proximity to amenities & laundry. Lots of cool, shaded sites.
Full details on the MTCC Camping Grounds web page including a detailed site map.

PRICES SHOWN BELOW ARE FOR ADULTS 18+ FOR 3 DAYS. 1 DAY & 2 DAY PASSES ALSO AVAILABLE. DISCOUNTS APPLY FOR CHILDREN AND VARY BY AGE AND CAMP SITE.

3 DAY PASS

 

$170
3 Day Pass
5 Sessions
Access to all Electives
2 Nights Accommodation
6 Meals Included

3 DAY PASS

CARAVAN / CAMPERVAN

$ 156
3 Day Access
5 Sessions
Access to all Electives
2 Nights Accommodation
+$50 Meals prebooked with a campsite
Discount if power not required

1 DAY PASS

SATURDAY

$65
1 Day Pass (Sat)
3 Sessions
Access to Sat Electives
No Accommodation
2 Meals Included

Our Partners

The Mission Matters Event is organised by Missions Interlink in partnership with MTCC.

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Missions Interlink is the Australian network for global mission.

Our member and associate organisations represent cross-cultural missions and bible colleges within Australia.