Conference

When: Saturday 9th of November 2019

Cost: free (obligation free donations welcome)

Registration: here

Where: The McFaddens Centre, 64 McFaddens Road, St Albans, Christchurch, New Zealand (please note, this is a different venue from last year)

Tell Me Conference is geared towards bringing together faithful biblical teaching with practical action. This conference aims to provide a sound theological framework for evangelism, as well as offering opportunities for fellowship and networking together. Our hope is to encourage the gospel to the forefront of Christian living by making this conference as accessible as possible. Therefore this is a free conference (lunch provided) and is open to anyone (families are warmly welcomed) who would like to develop in both sharing the gospel and biblical apologetics. Come and be encouraged, as God equips us to be more effective in our daily lives.

Topics:

    • Common Analogies in Gospel Conversations (Ryan Hemelaar)
    • The Doctrine of Repentance (Nick Clevely).  This is continuing the series from previous conferences: 2017 – Penal Substitutionary Atonement (Jason Winslade), 2018 – The Doctrine of Hell (Rob Harrod).
    • Q & A with Phil Johnson of Grace to You (Pre-recorded message exclusive to Tell Me Conference.)

Timetable:
9am – Conference Begins
12pm – Lunch
1:15pm – Optional Street Outreach (An opportunity to observe, team up or share with people around our city.)
3pm – Finish

Speakers:

  • Ryan Hemelaar is the Brisbane / Gold Coast Team Leader for Operation 513. He is an experienced evangelist who is on the streets almost every day bringing the Gospel to all that he can and regularly leads mission teams to Myanmar. Ryan is married to Bekk.
  • Nick Clevely has been an elder at Covenant Grace Baptist Church in Timaru since 2010. He was born in Scotland, was raised in South Africa, and lived a few years on the island of Saint Helena. He’s married to Lynn, and has two teenage boys, Caleb and Aaron.
  • Phil Johnson is the executive director of Grace to You. He has been closely associated with John MacArthur since 1981 and edits most of Pastor MacArthur’s major books. Phil also founded several popular websites, including The Spurgeon Archive, The Hall of Church History, and the Pyromaniacs blog. He is an ordained elder and pastor at Grace Community Church. Phil and his wife, Darlene, have three adult children and seven grandchildren.