PACE CAMP 2021: Questionable Lives
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About The Event
What does it mean for you to live a life that is distinct from those around you? As followers of Jesus are we called to be weird and strange or welcoming and normal? How can you be a disciple of Jesus on mission in the everyday without becoming a missionary overseas? This year’s PACE camp will be an opportunity to discuss and learn how you can live your normal life in a way that causes people to ask you the reason for the hope you have.
Asher and Jaye Van Wolligen have been seeking to follow Jesus together for the last 15 years of their marriage - in their family, work and local community. This has included working in shoe sales, teaching, chaplaincy, home-schooling, owning and operating a coffee roastery, as well as serving in leadership of their local church: Forrestdale Gospel Community.
Asher and Jaye are also ordinary, boring 30 somethings, with 3 children, a mortgage and increasingly uncool fashion sense. They have been trying to live questionable lives since they met Jesus over 15 years ago. You might be impressed to know that they recently almost burned-out, have significant amounts of relational conflict and often wonder if their life decisions are actually God-honouring.