We’re sorry to share the news that Pablo is no longer able to join us at EQUIP 2019, due to some planned surgery in mid-September. Please join with us in praying that the surgery will go very smoothly, and that Pablo will make a full and fast recovery. Lindsay Brown has graciously offered to step in to present Pablo’s main talk on the Friday morning, “Surviving and thriving in personal life”.
Katharine Hill is the UK Director of Care for the Family, a popular speaker and the author of a number of books including ‘Rules of Engagement’ and ‘The Really, Really Busy Person’s Book on Marriage’. Katharine will be speaking on ‘Surviving and thriving in a digital age’.
Roger Carswell is a travelling evangelist and author. He leads evangelistic church and university missions as well as speaking at Christian conferences. At EQUIP 2019, Roger will be speaking on the subject of ‘Thriving as an evangelistic church’.
Ian Parry is married to Liz and they have four children. Ian has been the Pastor of Grangetown Baptist Church since April 2018. Before that, he has pastored Mount Elim Evangelical Church in Pontardawe and The Bay Church in Cardiff. Ian will be speaking on the subject of ‘Surviving and thriving in the Welsh church- how is that possible?’
Jonathan Thomas is married to Rebecca and has two boys. Alongside his role at Union, Jonathan is the pastor of Cornerstone Church, Abergavenny. Jonathan will be speaking at EQUIP 2019 on ‘Surviving and thriving in work, church, politics and family. Lessons from the life of David Davies of Llandinam’.
When you sign up for one of the dedicated network streams at the conference, you’ll attend three sessions to help equip you in your church or community where you are sharing the gospel. And the network will go on beyond the conference – as a support and mentor group. You’ll get the opportunity to journey with a group of people who are interested and passionate about the same area of ministry as yourself.
“The EQUIP conference offers affordable and ongoing training to volunteers, workers, teachers and pastors in Wales. Our church volunteers left the event empowered, excited and more confident in the Gospel.”
“The most valuable part of the conference was the time in network streams, as they were really relevant to everyday life and helped to shine the gospel into people’s difficult lives and problems.”
“EQUIP is more than just a conference! Don’t miss two packed days of teaching, networking and encouragement to support you in your local church ministry.”
“The [EQUIP 2017] conference had a fantastic impact on all those who attended from our Diocese and everyone came away inspired and…equipped(!) to continue God’s work in their individual callings and to contribute to our work as a Diocese more fully too.”
“These Forums are enormously important for the future of Christianity in Europe.”
“The discipleship seminar covered how we as believers can play a part to ensure that we are encouraging and enabling Christians (including ourselves) to be true followers and disciples of Christ, in word and deed.”