splodgeheaderG24 is the essential retreat for people leading ministries to children. Come and be blessed by experienced leaders including Peter Lusk from Careforce in Melbourne, Andrew Sercombe and Cath Tallack from Gateway Baptist Church, and learn from each other as we share experience and expertise. Sessions this year include “Godly Character of a Leader”, Personal Vision and leading a team. Come along !
Twenty4 hours of investment into your leadership. For leaders overseeing children’s and families’ ministries within a church, denomination or parachurch organisation. Enjoy the beautiful surrounds at Riverglenn, situated at Indooroopilly and take some time to be blessed by others.

Thursday 5th March (Lunch) – Friday 6th March (Lunch) – 24 hours before the Ignite Conference.

The theme of this year’s retreat is “Walking with the Lord” pressing into how your walk with the Lord influences your leadership.

Guest speakers include: David Wakerley, Peter Lusk, Marg Spicer, Cath Tallack and Andrew Sercombe.

Price for the two days is $220 which includes all meals, on-site accommodation and sessions with guest speakers.

SPECIAL OFFER: A special package price of $250 will cover the costs of twenty4 and the IGNITE Conference. Details on the Registration page.
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Footnotes: http://igniteexpo.org.au/twenty4-retreat/

Post date: 23/01/2015Post Author: Sally Foord

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Dear reader,

We would love it if you could use/adapt any of the post above or the excerpt below to reference our QBKids news post:

QBKidstwenty4 leadership retreat 2015
24 is the essential retreat for people leading ministries to children. Come and be blessed by experienced leaders including Peter Lusk from Careforce in Melbourne, Andrew Sercombe and Cath Tallack from Gateway Baptist Church, and learn from each other as we share experience and expertise. Sessions this year include “Godly Character of a Leader”, Personal Vision and leading a team. Come along !
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