Masterton 5 November
Palmerston North 6 and 7 November
- Multi generational stewardship
- Private property
- Wealth = it’s goodness and pitfalls
- Family structure
- Family vision
- Multi generational thinking
Where: the Reformed Church – 541 Ruahine Street, Palmerston North.
Cost: Friday night donation/offering and Saturday $10 per family, pay at the door.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, Or phone : (06) 342 7570
5:30pm Shared Meal
Starting 6:30/7pm First talk from Trevlyn – maybe a QnA session afterwards
Talk 1 The gospel of the kingdom
1. The kingdom of God
2. Sovereignty and ownership
3. Building the kingdom, one family at a time
Saturday 7th – 3 Sessions
9-10am Talk 2 – The gospel and wealth
1. Multi-generational stewardship
2. Private property
3. Wealth = it’s goodness and pitfalls
10:30-11:30am Talk 3 – The gospel and hard work
1. No neutrality and the goodness of work
2. Taking dominion
3. Work and rewards
1-2pm Talk 4 – The gospel and family economics
1. Family structure
2. Family vision
3. Multi-generational thinking
– QnA session
afternoon tea and pack-up
Please register your attendance before the 1st November by email: email@example.com
Or phone : (06) 342 7570
You are welcome to decide to come on the day but we would like an idea of numbers of attendees.
See also for details:
Trevlyn was born in Zimbabwe, grew up in South Africa and immigrated to Sydney, Australia, in 1999 where he met his wife, Susannah.
They are home educating their five children on a 7.5 acre property in beautiful Allens Rivulet (Tasmania), where they hobby farm a flock of close to 30 sheep, 14 chooks, 2 cats, a dog and a horse.
Trevlyn has served as an elder in the Presbyterian Church of Australia, preached at various churches in the Hobart area and organised practical theology conferences. He is the founder of Reformed Resources http://www.reformedresources.
Trevlyn has written extensively about how to apply God’s Word to life.
He is also a founder of The Gospel Agenda (www.thegospelagenda.com.au), a local Tasmanian ministry that promotes the application of the gospel to the family, church and state. As Trevlyn is passionate about how the gospel (and the entire Word of God) is applied to every square inch of life and limits civil government to its sphere of sovereignty, he stood for the Family First Party in the Australian Federal electoral seat of Denison in 2013 http://www.mypolitician.com.
Trevlyn has worked in managerial positions within some of Australia’s largest financial services companies. He currently works as a financial adviser for a local Hobart small business. Trevlyn has completed financial planning studies and a postgraduate degree in international business. He has studied practical theology; in particular Biblical economics, family worship, apologetics, politics and the Bible, ethics/morality and history.
Trevlyn and Susannah are passionate about applying God’s Word to all of life and are trying to build a multi-generational vision of faithfulness for their children and grandchildren.
If you want to know more please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or phone : (06) 342 7570
Trevlyn’s meetings in New Zealand:5 November Masterton6 and 7 November Palmerston North
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