“Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me.”
Serving cross-culturally is often a deeply humbling experience – one in which God continually reveals to us areas of lack or opportunities to grow.
As He slowly carves away at our flaws, He continues to work through our weakness. When we ourselves admit we are broken and in need of Jesus, the greatest impacts can happen in the lives of those we serve. In this way, great transformation does not happen outside of us – it begins within us, and then it spreads further.
Join us for a picnic in the park, as Interservers explore this with stories from working amongst peoples of Asia and the Arab world.
When? Saturday, 30 October 2021 at 10.30am
Where? Mitcham Reserve between Old Belair Rd, Norman Walk & Evans Ave, Old Belair Rd, Mitcham
What & who? We’ll be picnicking in the park with a bunch of Interserve workers including: two Interserve families who have served cross-culturally throughout Asia; two Interservers who served in South East Asia and are now doing different kinds of advocacy work in Australia; and an Australian-based cross-cultural Interserve worker who works amongst diaspora communities right here in Adelaide.
What to bring? BYO morning tea and a chair or picnic rug
Have questions? Contact Jenny via email firstname.lastname@example.org