Emerge Evangelism Conference

The purpose of Crossover’s annualĀ Emerge Evangelism Conference is to affirm, invest in and equip emerging evangelists in each State (more…)

Emerging Evangelists Recap 2018

What do a Congolese singer based in QLD, a retired bank manager from TAS, a youth worker from Somalia, a young farming couple from regional VIC, a discount food retailer from WA, a Burundian TAFE student from QLD, an Indian multi cultural worker from TAS, a landscaper from SA and a Korean academic from NSW have in common with each other? (more…)

Inspiring new ministries: Path Light Radio

In 2015 my wife and I attended the Emerging Evangelists conference in Melbourne hosted by Crossover. At the conference we learned that in a recent Australian survey only 7% of 18 – 35yr olds who attended church in high school continued attending church after finishing school. (more…)

Emerging Evangelists 2018

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Emerging Evangelists 2017

What does the church do with an evangelist? What is the role of an evangelist in the community and culture of 2017? These are some of the questions many churches wrestle with. We understand what to do with people who have pastoral gifts, and in fact most of the training of our pastors revolves around this one facet of local church ministry.

With this mind we gathered in Melbourne in late August with delegates from each state, for our annual Crossover Emerging Evangelists Conference. This conference is designed to encourage people from within our churches from all States across Australia who have been identified by their own local church leaders as having an evangelistic calling and gifting. (more…)

The Gospel According to Mike Frost

It’s commonly accepted that the process of someone coming to faith is now typically a long one. However, at our recent Emerging Evangelist Conference we challenged Mike Frost to encapsulate the Gospel in a limited time space. This is what he came up with. (more…)

Emerging Evangelists Update

DennisOur second Emerging Evangelists Conference took place at the historic Collins Street Baptist Church, Melbourne in late October. We had the most representative spread of participants ever with a rich diversity of culture, context, gender and geography. (more…)