Many young adults struggle to see how their faith applies to their daily lives, their work and the issues of our world. Thousands lose their faith every month and are sidelined from living lives of Christian influence because they don’t see how the Gospel changes everything.
The Student Leaders Conference aims to address this disconnect by looking at how the Bible shapes our worldviews, and by wrestling with the implications of the Gospel upon issues of culture and society.
We want to see young adults challenged to live as leaders who faithfully translate the Gospel into the culture around them.
The atmosphere during this conference was amazing! I am looking forward to going to school confident in my faith and knowing that I have grown closer to others in my team
The Student Leaders Conference is a four-day residential conference in Canberra for Year 11 or 12 student leaders. Through the Biblical themes of creation, fall and redemption, students will be encouraged to wrestle with how their faith and life connect.
Activities include lectures and discussion forums, as well as organised visits to the Federal Parliament, the Australian War Memorial, and our World-famous bush dance!
What challenged me most was the fact that we are made in the image of God. Although I have heard this many times, it hit me more deeply that we are “Image Bearers” and we have a role to play.
Who is it for?
The Student Leaders Conference is aimed at year 11 and 12 student leaders, particularly those who have demonstrated the potential to be influencers for Christ in society. Students who are willing to thoughtfully and actively engage will benefit the most are those.
The Compass Student Leaders Conference would not be possible without the generous support and encouragement of our sponsors