Twenty Twenty Retreat
"Never Give Up Doing Good"
For Twenty Twenty we have adopted a one day, 'conference' style event for our annual retreat. We have also moved the location for the day to Brisbane. We trust that these changes will allow more of you to be able to attend to be informed, updated and challenged about the many different aspects of the ministry of TtN. The Mueller Community Church and Mueller Christian College have generously offered the use of their modern facilities for our use which is a wonderful blessing to TtN. A detailed map of the college is included in the registration process which is accessed via the Green 'Register Here' button below. Registration is now OPEN and will close on Monday the 1st of JUNE, 2020. Morning and afternoon teas as well as lunch are being supplied by professional caterers and are included in your registration fee of $55.00/person. The day is open to anyone interested in the ministry and we encourage you to invite friends, family and associates along.
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"Never give up doing good"
Twenty20 Keynote Speaker
This year we have Naomi Reed as our keynote speaker. Naomi’s experience of six years as a missionary in Nepal, with the International Nepal Fellowship (INF), combined with her engaging writing style, has led to a wide variety of opportunities to share the Gospel, in Australia and overseas. She is an author, an inspirational communicator, devotional writer and radio personality. She particularly loves to point people to Jesus through honest stories of faith and mission, as well as through Biblical monologues and allegories. Many of you will know Naomi from her book 'My Seventh Monsoon' written during a particularly difficult time in her own journey. 'My Seventh Monsoon' was awarded second place in the Australian Christian Book of the Year Awards, 2008. Her most recent book, ‘Finding Faith – inspiring conversion stories from around the world’ was released in July 2018. Naomi and her husband and sons currently live in the lower Blue Mountains, where they continue to connect with friends in Nepal, enjoy their local church, and eat unusually hot chillis from their garden. For more information about Naomi and her ministry visit: www.NaomiReed.Info