Absaloms Visit

Alex and Hannah Absalom have been in church leadership since 1994, serving in a wide range of settings from church plants to megachurches. Together they lead Dandelion Resourcing, which equips naturally supernatural discipleship and mission. Originally from England, since 2007 the Absaloms have been called as a family of missionaries to the United States. Today they live in Long Beach CA, and have 3 cheeky but charming young adult sons and their first civilizing daughter-in-law!

The Absoloms will be visiting South West Baptist Church from March 25 – April 2.

Guest Preachers
March 26 & April 2
10am & 6pm at our Lyttelton St site.

Raising Supernatural Kids
Monday March 27 9.30am – 11am OR
Thursday March 30 7.30pm – 9pm (repeat of Monday session)
Lyttelton St site Auditorium. Koha entry.

‘Cultivating a Naturally Supernatural Life’ Conference
If you hunger to see more of the supernatural gifts operate in your life, family and ministry and are looking for grounded ways to live this out and teach and model this to those you lead and love, then this conference is for you.  

We will look at how to live a naturally supernatural life and focus on Prophecy and Healing.  

Hearing God’s voice is the starting place for all obedience-based discipleship – come and learn simple ways to activate prophetic gifts.  

Throughout church history Christians have exercised gifts of supernatural healing, which reveal the Father’s goodness and love. We will spend time showing you how to pray for healing with wisdom, authority and love.  

Across Friday evening and Saturday there will be stories, Biblical theology, practical tips, activation exercises, disciplines you can live out, and more! On Saturday night there will be an open night of worship and ministry.  

Come hungry and ready to learn! 

Friday March 31 7pm – 9pm
& Saturday April 1 9am – 5pm
Cost $50 (includes lunch on Saturday)
Lyttelton St site
Registrations have now closed. For enquiries, contact Claire on 027 617 9777.

Saturday Ministry Night
Saturday April 1 7pm – 9pm  
Open to all!
Lyttelton St site