Digital Discipleship Conference 2018









Join us for a fun-filled weekend with opportunities for spiritual growth and networking, international and local speakers, idea generation and refinement as well as skill development. You'll feel empowered to return to your church, ministry or personal project and take it to the next level.


20-22 July 2018


University of New South Wales
Scientia Building
Sydney, NSW 2052


1:00 PM



Melbourne City Adventist Church

Learn from the case study of Melbourne City Adventist Church‘s website and social media strategy that has been effective at landing it on the first page in Google searches and bringing people to the church who’ve been attracted by the church’s online presence and strategy.

The Adventist History Podcast

The Adventist History Podcast was launched to tell the story of a homegrown, American Christian movement. The lives of its founders spanned the most interesting and innovative period in American history. And while there are some great books on the subject, there’s never been a podcast, which is basically a bite-sized, commuter-convenient form of storytelling. It’s a cool story via a cool medium for telling stories. Why not? 

Matthew hopes AHP will spark conversations that lead to a deeper appreciation of Adventist history and a better understanding of who Adventists are.

Matthew is an Adventist pastor who somehow convinced Laura to marry him. Laura puts up with his podcasting, but their daughter Aerith does not. So Matthew records each episode from a secure and undisclosed (from Aerith) location.

Epic Church Chicago & Suburbs

Be inspired by Pr Andres Flores of Epic Church Chicago, whose emphasis on helping young adults grow in discipleship in an urban setting has resulted in a church plant in the urban centre of the city that attracts and empowers young adults to have meaningful relationships with God.  Their most recent outreach into the community is The Art Space, which is sponsored by Epic Church’s second church plant in the suburbs of Chicago.

The Tut Road Show

The Tut Roadshow is a museum standard masterpiece that brings together Dr Wayne French’s passion for archaeology and his lifelong investment in young people. The artifacts, immersive multi-media experience and curriculum enhancing resources make the Tut Roadshow unmissable for schools groups of all ages.

Jericho Road

A musical written by Dr Lindsay Morton and produced by students of Avondale College, Jericho Road explores what it means to be faithful to God and to each other.



As our guests during the Digital Discipleship Conference, we will provide you with morning and afternoon tea, as well as Sabbath lunch.  For all other meals, we invite you to find food on the campus of UNSW.LINK

Our venue — The John Niland Scientia Building — is located at G19 on the map.  If you’d like to get familiar with the campus,click here to get a better view


If you are joining us from out of town, search for accommodation in the Randwick area, near the University of New South Wales.  Our venue — John Niland Scientia Building — is located at G19 on this map.  You may like to consider options likePerouse Lodge. Previous attendees found affordable options by searching Wotif and Air BnB.


The UNSW campus is accessible by train and bus.  Sydney’s public transportation system uses OPAL cards. Visit for more information.  For planning help and public transportation options, visitthe public transportation section of UNSW’s website


Paid parking, along with street parking, is available in UNSW car parks on Friday 20 July.  Saturday 21 July and Sunday 22 of July parking is free.   Take a look at the map to find the nearest car park to the John Niland Scientia Building, located in area G19

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