She Stands for Justice 2018


"I have two words on my heart for 2018 - 'kindness' and 'understanding'. Both of these take us a long way in demonstrating love to people. I am so thrilled to have Jeremy and Rebecca sharing with us. You will love them!"

She opens her mouth with wisdom, and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue. - Proverbs 31:26.

Love, Lyn Alcorn.

We are so excited to host you for She Stands for Justice 2018. The injustices of our world can seem so overwhelming that it's almost easier to ignore them. We want to encourage you and show you how you can face these injustices and make a difference in your world. Justice is more than doing good in this world, it's at the very centre of who God is, and therefore it is at the very centre of who you are. Come join the conversation... 

Ideas, dreams, and visions don’t change the world. Rather, it’s people - like you and me, who faithfully, prayerfully, and tenaciously live out these ideas, dreams, and visions - who change the world.
— Eugene Cho


DATE - Saturday 25th August
TIME - 9.00am - 3.00pm
VENUE - 35 Thompson St, Bowen Hills
COST - $45 Early Bird | $50 FT Student/Concession | $60 Full Rego


Jeremy Courtney
Jeremy is co-founder and executive director of the Preemptive Love Coalition (PLC), an international development organization based in Iraq that provides lifesaving heart surgeries to Iraqi children and training for local doctors and nurses, creating peace between communities at odds. Jeremy, along with his wife and two children, is passionate about fulfilling Jesus' mission of healing and reconciliation in the world seeking to love the most down and out of the world's people as an expression of their love for God.


Rebecca Nhep
Rebecca is the CEO of International Programs at ACC International. Rebecca runs the ACCI Kinnected program, which is operational in 9 countries and focuses on the child's right to a family; through deinstitutionalisation and through family and community-based care. She is passionate about seeing the Australian church engage with the issues of justice and equality and embrace a human rights approach to international development.


Eloise Wellings
Eloise Wellings is an Australian long-distance runner who competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics. Coupled with her love for running, Eloise is a founding Director of the Love Mercy Foundation. The Love Mercy Foundation exists to see Northern Ugandans live an empowered life, free to claim their basic human rights to a secure food supply, income, education, health, and equality, through sustainable development projects.