Join us in-person, on 20 August from 1:30-7:30pm and be inspired and challenged on how we can fulfil God’s call for us to be ‘sent’ people in our universities, workplaces and home. 

“…As the Father has sent me, I am sending you.”


– John 20:21 – 


Key Speakers


Andy Gourley – Red Frogs Founder

Andy Gourley is the founder and CEO of the Red Frogs Australia chaplaincy network as well as chaplain for the Queensland Reds and Brisbane Bullets. ‘Frogs’ now reach over 1.4 million people annually through high schools, universities, sports, Schoolies/Leavers, leadership training, skate parks and music festivals. Red Frogs have had a lasting impact on a generation and will continue to safeguard the next generation in the years to come. Andy was previously an accountant by day and skateboarding youth worker at night, when he saw a need for young people to be safeguarded and did something about it. The Red Frog movement now extends internationally and involves 4000 volunteers. He will encourage you about how you can reach those people in your sphere!

Jason Elsmore – Director of QB Movement

Jason has been in church ministry for 24 years in New South Wales and Queensland including the last two years as Director of the QB (Queensland Baptists). He has also led Gateway as their Senior Pastor for 11 years. He is a gifted communicator, a visionary leader and is determined to do all he can to see the message of Jesus be real and relevant today in our local communities, around our nation and throughout our world. Jason is the author of Jesus the bloke and speaks throughout Australia, encouraging men to introduce their mates to Jesus. He is married to Susan and together they have four adult children and one beautiful granddaughter!

Extended Prayer & Worship

We’re going to conclude our conference with a special time of extended prayer and worship.
We’d love you to join us as we worship and seek our God together as young adults from across Queensland.




Bridgeman Baptist Community Church

Bridgeman Baptist Community Church

379 Albany Creek Road, Bridgeman Downs (corner of Albany Creek Road and Bridgeman Road)
e. [email protected]
p. 3263 1950