To the Ends of the Earth
At NTE2021 TAS, students from Uni Fellowship Launceston and Hobart; FOCUS and Subbies, will gather together for a great time of teaching and training.
NTE trains students with the gospel of Jesus, so they can serve others in their local campuses, churches and communities.
Join us as we gather under God’s word at Wellspring Anglican Church, Sandy Bay to hear about God’s gospel: To the Ends of the Earth.
Samuel Green has been a campus evangelist for the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students since 1999 and is currently the Regional Team Leader of Tasmania and the Islamic Engagement Director. He is also the Anglican Interfaith Chaplain.
Samuel has worked for 10 years as Campus Team Leader for the University of Tasmania. He is one of the founders of the Answering Islam website, and the author of Engaging with Islam. He is married to Anne-Petra, and they have five children.
Richard Chin serves as the National Director of the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students. Richard migrated from Singapore as a child, grew up in Fairfield and graduated in Medicine, before training at Moore College for his work as a student evangelist.
Richard is married to Jeanette, and father to four young adult children. Based at Australian National University in Canberra, Richard also serves with Jeanette on an AFES staff team that proclaims Christ to both local and international students.
WELLSPRING ANGLICAN CHURCH, SANDY BAY
We always want to host the best experience for all our friends and this year have decided to opt for a face-to-face NTE in regions to best prepare for any COVID lockdowns or border closures.
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Each regional NTE will make decisions based on the state government laws and will let you know of any changes to the program accordingly. We will offer full refunds for any registrations that are unusable due to COVID.