“Man is not what he thinks,
man is not what he eats,
man is not what he gains,
man is not what he behaves,
man is not what he feels,
but man is what he reacts before God.”
One of the greatest revivalists in this age, Rev. Dr. Stephen Tong, will deliver a life-changing seminar in a Sydney-wide University Symposium. He will share a message on this great existential question, “What is the purpose of my life?”
Rev. Tong spent most of his youth developing and learning skills related to music, arts, architecture, history, and philosophy. However, after the Lord called him and redeemed him from atheism and Confucianism, he dedicated his life to serving God as a full-time minister.
Rev. Tong has always had a heart for youths. He believes that he needs to prepare the next generation to fight the war against the sins of the world and expand God’s kingdom.
He challenged his congregation in 2007, “My generation will soon pass. I’ve served my generation for 50 years. Can you continue to spread the spirit of Christianity in your generation for another 50 years? I pray to God to even more abundantly grant you the spirit that touched me. I wait for these kinds of people to appear!”
Grasp this rare opportunity to hear from a man who is greatly used by God. Be transformed by God’s Word. Have your questions answered in the Q&A session. Come to the University Symposium!