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Back to the future? 

The annual Fresh Streams conference will explore what it might look like to be co-creators of the future with God rather than curators of the past for God

Fresh-Streams-2021-Insta-PostThe conference is taking place online in 2021 with the theme "Back to the future", and Jeremiah 6:16 as the  key text:
"Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths,
ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls."

The Fresh Streams leadership team said, 'We are all recognising that this there is no return to what has been described as normal as we look ahead into 2021 and the church needs to be both prophetic and apostolic and be, to coin a phrase that I have heard recently from Roy Searle, co-creators of the future with God rather than curators of the past for God.

'Over the 3 days we shall have content and conversation that will equip, inspire, connect, resource and encourage you as we look forward to 2021 and enter a Brave New World.'  

It will be free but you will need to register to access some of the key aspects of the three days. 
It takes place online from Monday 11 to Wednesday 13 January 2021.


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