The Grace Collective presents: FIGHT

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We are gathering again for another great night at Crave!

Featuring: The King and his Friends, Harry Newton & Rachel Peeters on the couch, Ninja versus Pirate, (possibly) the best martial arts movie of all time, and much more.

You can expect awesome coffee, sweet hangs, talented musicians, engaging discussion and homemade food.

Last time we looked at FUN, this time our topic is FIGHT!

It’s been said that “Where two or three gather, there will be conflict.” Maybe a little cynical, but we reckon there’s some truth in that statement. However there are two commonly held beliefs around conflict: “The first is that if you disagree with someone’s lifestyle, you must fear them or hate them. The second is that to love someone means you agree with everything they believe or do.” (Rick Warren).
So should we all ‘just get along’? Is it possible to disagree well? Can we ‘play nice’ with each other instead of getting into an all out brawl?
Our speakers will hit the topic hard and fast, sharing their thoughts and stories, exploring how Jesus responded to conflict, and giving us plenty to discuss around the tables. And for those who want to thrash it out further, Glen Ashworth will be facilitating discussions on the couch afterwards.

Keep checking in with us on facebook  over the next few weeks as we load you up with awesome fight clips, thought-provoking reads, and more as we gear up for this event.

All young adults are welcome, so bring your crew.

Saturday 20 July, 6.30pm at Crave Cafe, 25 McDonald St, Kingsland.

Hope to see you there!

Charlie

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