What a blessing Wesley’s visit to Sydney was! God was very gracious and provided wonderfully with safe and timely travel, a good mix of events throughout the week which still left a bit of time for rest and site-seeing, and around 200 people in total across both conference days. Whilst in Sydney Wesley was interviewed at St Thomas North Sydney 5 pm service, visited Moore college on the Monday and spoke to the students (watch video) and was interviewed by Archie Poulos (watch video), was interviewed at the Centre for Public Christianity (listen to the interview) and had dinner with the Liberty committee on the Tuesday, spoke at the Liberty conference on the Wednesday, visited the United Theological College on the Thursday and addressed students and young people at St Barnabas Broadway in the evening (watch video), had a day off on Friday (well deserved!), and spoke at the second Liberty conference on the Saturday and was then interviewed by Dominic Steele (see below).
After our March 2015 Conference:The gospel and same-sex attraction: Living in hope, living in love, with Dr Wesley Hill (from Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, Ambridge, Pennsylvania), Dominic Steele sat down and spoke to Wesley about his own journey and particularly what he means by the terms ‘Washed and Waiting.
We would love to see more churches in Sydney become places where those who have same-sex attraction or who have a same-sex attracted family member will feel;
- unafraid to share their struggle with their brothers and sisters in Christ
- loved and supported in their journey of trusting and obeying Christ
- resourced and aware of the ministries that exist to help them follow Christ
Liberty Christian Ministries seeks to equip the local church
to love and care for church members who have same-sex attraction or who have family members with same-sex attraction by providing resources, training, and support.
Liberty Christian Ministries Incorporated also offers support directly to Christian men and women who experience same-sex attractions or who have family members with same-sex attractions. Allan Starr is our part-time pastoral worker and would love to talk to you if you require pastoral support. You can contact Allan by leaving a phone message (02 9818 8111) or emailing him.