BASECAMP

Men's Conference

City

Saturday 7 August
UNSW Roundhouse

Mountains

Friday 13 – Saturday 14 August
StayKCC

Speakers

International Speaker

Prof John Lennox

Professor of Mathematics at Oxford University

Prof John Lennox

Professor of Mathematics
at Oxford University

John Lennox, Professor of Mathematics at Oxford University, is an internationally renowned speaker on the interface of science, philosophy and religion. He regularly teaches at many academic institutions, is Senior Fellow with the Trinity Forum and has written a series of books exploring the relationship between science and Christianity. His hobbies are languages, amateur astronomy, amateur bird–watching and some walking. John is married to Sally; they have three grown up children and nine grandchildren and live near Oxford, England.

John Lennox Speaks at 'Search for Success' (2014)

Aussie Speakers

Jeremy Dunne

Pastor at City Light Church Balmain

Jeremy is a standard issue male in his late 30s living in Sydney’s Inner West. As a result, he is predictably into craft beer and Deus. He hasn’t yet devolved to the point where his personality is just Strava but some of the early warning signs are there. Mercifully, he has a beautiful and creative wife and 3 amazing and genuinely interesting kids! He is a Pastor at City Light Church Balmain and loves to preach Christ and encourage men to follow Jesus.

Jeremy Dunne

Pastor at City Light Church Balmain

Dr Mark Stephens

Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity

Dr Mark Stephens

Senior Research Fellow
at the Centre for Public Christianity

Dr Mark Stephens is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity, a media company dedicated to showcasing the truth, beauty and goodness of Jesus in surprising ways. He has previously been a theology lecturer and a pastor. He has a PhD from Macquarie University, where he examined cosmic eschatology in the book of Revelation. He loves the music of Patty Griffin, the taste of ricotta panzerotti, and the humour of Monty Python. Despite all evidence to the contrary, he believes the Parramatta Eels can win the title in this strange year.