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Date & Time
Kesgrave, Suffolk
Saturday 13th May 2023
2.00 pm - 4.30 pm followed by tea
From Suffering to Salvation
Ballymoney, Northern Ireland
Saturday 20th May 2023
10.10 am - 1.30 pm (tea/coffee at 9.45 am)
Here We Stand!
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suffering TO

13 may

2 pm - 4.30 pm

Kesgrave Baptist Church


God, in his sovereignty and grace, uses people’s suffering to undermine their self-sufficiency, to bring them into contact with Christians and the gospel, and to make them more sensitive to spiritual things and more open to the gospel, more willing to give the gospel a hearing. The aim of the conference is to demonstrate the truth of this principle from the Bible and to illustrate it with examples from the lives and ministries of missionaries.

date and time

Saturday 13th May
2 pm - 4.30 pm

Followed by a tea


Kesgrave Baptist Church

Cambridge Road, Kesgrave, Ipswich, IP5 1EW


please register for the conference

Please register FREE here, for both the main programme and the children's programme.

children's programme

Children's programme with Ukraine theme for Reception to Year 6 children.
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main Speakers

Simon Gay

Simon Gay

David Dean

Dr David Dean

Chief Partnership Coordinator, Barnabas Aid

Dawid Koziol

Dawid Kozioł

Zywiec, Poland

Voldymyr Kostyshyn

Volodymr Kostyshyn

Ternopil, Ukraine
(by video link)

20 may

10.10 am - 1.30 pm

BALLYMONEY Baptist Church


The Apostle Paul wasn’t ashamed of the gospel. Nor was Martin Luther. Nor were the many thousands of martyrs, missionaries, pastors, and ‘ordinary Christians’ who lived and died for Christ.

But what about us? Why might we feel ashamed of the gospel or embarrassed by the gospel? Well, maybe because the gospel puts us on ‘the wrong side of history’, exposes us to the ridicule— and even the hatred — of the world in which we live, and may well lead to discomfort, rejection, and worse.

But, whether the pressure comes from a gospel-less majority religion or from aggressive anti-Christian ideologies, if we’re Christians, our first duty (and privilege) is to fear, love, and please God, not people. Join us to be edified and equipped to stand firm in the gospel.

date and time

Saturday 20th May
10.10 am - 4.30 pm

Tea/coffee: 9.45am


Ballymoney Baptist Church

60 Ballymena Road, Ballymoney, BT53 7EZ


No registration is required for this event

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