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Keynote Speakers

Ps Andrew and Janine Kubala

Andrew and Janine are the co- founders and directors of Kubala Ministries. They are two powerful and inspirational communicators, whose gift of healing and working in the power of the miraculous will open hearts and minds to the reality and love of God. Both, Andrew and Janine have been in ministry for 20 years and regularly travel extensively throughout the world.

Ps Benny Perez

Ps Benny and his wife Wendy are the co-founding pastors of The Church Movement and senior pastors of The Church LV in South Las Vegas and The Church OC in California, USA. As a leading voice in this generation, Pastor Benny Perez is not only known for his preaching, but also for his bold ministry style, his influence in leadership, and his passion to see people become Christ followers.

Ps David Hall

Ps David and his wife Donna are the senior pastors of Lifepoint Church in Adelaide, South Australia. His passion for the supernatural power of God is so infectious that he travels the world holding meetings with people being changed by the power of the Holy Spirit. He is a regular speaker at churches, conferences, youth events and as well the church he pastors;


18-19th September 2015
Friday, 18th September | 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Saturday, 19th September | 9.30am – 4.30pm | 7.30pm – 9.30pm

C3 Church Silverwater
108 Silverwater Rd
Silverwater, NSW 2128


Adult: $130

Student: $99

Registrations are open now.

Healing Testimonies

We live in exciting days where God is moving supernaturally across the earth demonstrating His power though miracles. God calls us ‘co-workers in His service’ but so often we feel inadequate to serve Him in the miraculous simply because we have lost focus or are yet to receive teaching and empowerment.

Healed is two nights and one day specifically designed for you to encounter God. Over the course of our time together you will receive practical teaching, training and empowerment from some of the worlds leading ministers and have time to soak in God’s presence. There will be a time of impartation and prayer for healing for every person who attends.

We all have problems we don’t have answers for. For each one of us its never a matter of ‘if we will need a miracle’ its only a matter of ‘When’. Healed is for every person who would like training in healing and the miraculous; its for eveyone who has a friend or family member who is sick and for everyone who needs a miracle themselves.

We would like to extend and invitation to you to joun us for ‘Healed’.

With Love,
Andrew & Janine Kubala
Directors fo Kubala Ministries



Believe School of Healing Port Stephens / Hunter Valley – 29th of August 2015

Cause and Effect

The Last Breath

The Last Breath

A couple of weeks ago when I was ministering in Auckland I woke to 36 missed calls and 120 text messages. Immediately I went to worst case scenario, not even I’m that popular that I would get that many good messages. Sure enough, I discovered the sad news that a nationwide search was under way for my uncle and aunty as they were missing. Eventually their car was found a day later upturned on a country road. Sadly neither had survived the accident. Devastating news for all involved. [Read more…]

New Blog: Freedom and Boundaries

Gen 2:16-17(NIV)

“And the Lord God commanded the man, “You are free to eat from any tree in the garden;

but you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat from it you will certainly die.”

Everyone needs both freedom and boundaries for their work and life to succeed. God set up the ultimate work environment in the Garden of Eden. He gave Adam and Eve responsibility to manage the animals, the agriculture and every activity. He gave them specific instructions as to how things were to be done, and liberty of expression in fulfilling their tasks.

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New Blog: A Narrow Road

“But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.” Matthew 7:14

As I am pondering this passage, the first thing that jumps to mind is ‘congratulations’ to those who have found the gate and the beautiful narrow path of salvation.

It is quite confronting as you read verses 13 to 14, as it describes only a few finding the pathway that leads to salvation. It is not a popular thought but it pushes me and motivates me to witness to as many people as I can while I have influence on this temporal planet.

New Blog: Unwholesome Talk

“Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.” Ephesians 4:29

The bible is quite specific and clear when it says ‘Do not let unwholesome talk come out of your mouth”!  In fact the whole of Chapter 4 of Ephesians is very challenging talking on the way we present ourselves and the art of forgiveness. For the Bible to say “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouth” it is quite confronting and I think it is easier said than done. How easy is it to be sucked into the lowest common denominator of cheap jokes, sarcasm and gossip and before you know it, you are somewhere down in the gutter again wondering how on earth you got there.

New Blog: One Drop Can Change The World

“Individually we are one drop, together we are an ocean” – Ryunosuke Satoro

It seems to me every time I look at the news the world is in chaos. Floods, famines, wars, earthquakes, rumours of more wars, mass murders…what’s the world coming to?

Often it feels overwhelming and quite confronting watching events come to you live with technology being so well advanced. Janine and I often think about these tragedies that we are confronted with and what our response is to them. Options are; we can send money, we can pray, we can go, we can raise awareness through social media or we can do nothing. I would like to say that I did something most of the time but the truth is it’s not until your heart is engaged that you really feel that compulsion to put something into action. The dying to self and to your comfort is probably the challenge that most of us face.

New Blog: Walking Alone

It is interesting that although we are surrounded with so many people in our workplaces, neighbourhoods and social media, we can all of a sudden have an overwhelming sense of loneliness.

I laugh out loud as I write this after Janine has just completed two weeks ministering in Cambodia. In that time my two boys and I have conquered basketball three times a week, swimming training, grandfather’s day, two cross country events at school, washing, cooking, homework, movies, Xbox and church. I have loved every minute of it. I wouldn’t have traded this time of being a father and juggling work for anything. However, once the business of life subsides, the boys are tucked into bed and I sit down to a cup of tea, a sense of loneliness becomes apparent. It is not that I am by myself and it is not that I am not busy; it is just that in that particular moment I am alone.

New Blog: Eternal Perspective

In James 4:14 our life is described as a ‘morning mist’. Paul says “Why, you do not even know what will happen tomorrow. What is your life? You are a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes..”. Again in Psalm 144:4 our lives are described as: “They are like a breath; their days are like a fleeting shadow.”

It is sobering to think that our lives are so fragile and so short in the scale of time. In comparison to the enormity of God’s eternal presence our existence on Earth is fleeting – here today and gone tomorrow. The other week when I was ministering in South Africa my parents rang to say my brother had had a heart attack. This was an incredible shock to me because by all outward appearances he had looked healthy. Of course this sent me into prayer and to intercede on his behalf.