We always have an exciting line up of both local, national and international speakers. We can’t wait for you to hear what they have to say! Keep watching as we unveil those who are coming…
You’ll remember Kenny as our favourite Scots as he originates from Glasgow and spent many years in Church of Scotland ministry, most recently ministering at Holy Trinity Church in Wester Hailes, Edinburgh. Kenny brings a reality and openness to today’s church, and communicates with authority about how God speaks to us prophetically.
Dr Roshan Allpress
Roshan is the National Principal/CEO of Laidlaw College, where he has the privilege of working with a brilliant team of Bible scholars, Ministry leaders, Theologians, Teacher educators, Counsellors and others – seeking to equip Gospel-shaped leaders to renew their communities in Aotearoa and beyond. Prior to this he helped found and lead the Compass Foundation (now part of the Venn Foundation), working with young adults. Roshan’s doctoral research at Oxford focused on how intergenerational groups of Evangelical entrepreneurs in the eighteenth and nineteenth century British world shaped society and culture. He is married to Lottie, and they have two daughters.
An auditor, accountant and mother, Lydia leads the team at New Wine in addition to pastoring Hope Vineyard Church with her husband Shane, and being the financial manager for their farming and property business. She is energised by God’s church and being with ordinary people who live dynamic personal faith journeys, who are, in her mind, heroes of the faith.
For the last seven years James has spent his days working for Attitude, the youth education division of The Parenting Place, where he talks to people about things that most people avoid talking about. James has spoken to more people than he can count, which isn’t hard cause he reckons he can only count to 326. He loves it because he gets to meet people from all sorts of different backgrounds and talk about the passion he has for life, and how he found that passion when he met Jesus as a 19 year old.
and….drumroll….so many more. Keep checking in.
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