Mikey’s 2017 blog Tour
DATE: Various time through out the year. Check the links below for more information!
PRICE:Check the links below for more information
Imagine a lo-fi conference you actually want to go to: sitting in a comfortable room with a delicious feast, fresh coffee and heaps of practical and provocative content!
Mikey Lynch, Campus Director of AFES campus ministry in Hobart and a founding director of Geneva Push church planting network will be talking on the most popular three topics selected by those who attend:
- Preaching: Application beyond ‘read your Bible and evangelise more’
- Cultural Engagement: A step by step walk through Josiah Bartlet’s (from The West Wing) critique of the Evangelicalism
- Evangelism: Exciting evangelistic projects that are actually worth it
- Productivity: Planning for semi-regular things and big chunks of things
- Theology: Theological framework for deciding between equally good options
- Leadership: Giving effective feedback and dealing with pushback
The Pop Up Blog will be held through out the year at these locations:
Launceston: Thursday 4th May 5:30–9:30pm @ TBA - Click here to register!
Ulverstone: Wednesday 6th September 6–9:30pm @ Camp Clayton Lounge, 41 Clayton Rd, Ulverstone - Click here to register!
Hobart: Tuesday 21st November 5:30–9:30pm @ Wellspring Anglican Church Loft, corner Lord St and Grosvenor St, Sand Bay - Click here to register!
Wollongong: Tuesday 8th August 6-9:30pm @ Venue TBA - Click here to register!
Sydney: Monday 22nd May 6–9:30pm @ Grace City Church - Tickets can be purchased with cash at the door
About Mikey Lynch
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.