Track Facilitator: Peter Green
If you want to live a life that has meaning, you are not
The quest to live “the Good Life” is universal and goes back as far as
the ancient Greek philosophers. The biblical answer to the “Good Life” can be
expressed as “good people doing good works for the glory of God and the good of
This course will unpack what it means to be a good person and
explore what are the good works that Paul tells us in Ephesians that we were
created for. The course is in two parts and will be a face-to face workshop
format to encourage participation and practical outcomes.
*Please note that this will be the first of 2 sessions. The second session of the series is currently scheduled for Saturday, May 20 (in Term 2)
There is no children's program available, so parents will need to make alternative arrangements for their children. Please note that a Participant's Guide will be supplied on the day. Don't forget to bring a pen!