The Imposter Syndrome, Sydney Prayer Breakfast and For the Love of God

Key dates for prayer

24 May – The Edge – It’s Ok, You belong

Ever feel like you’re a fraud? That you’re just not cut out for your job? And that someday, you’re going to be found out—and cast out?

You’re not alone. Tech billionaires, Hollywood celebrities, award-winning authors, business executives, and many other highly capable individuals all suffer from Imposter Syndrome: the persistent fear of being a fake.

Come hear two speakers grapple with their imposter experience, the strategies they use to keep their fear of phoniness at bay, and then pose your own questions to them.

You might find you’re in good company.

Come along to The Edge to hear from two thought leaders in this field of study. After the talks, Dr. Sam Chan of City Bible Forum will allow you to interview the speakers and take them to the edge of the topic

Speakers:

Dr. Justine Toh is Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity. She worked at Fairfax Digital and Reuters Australia before completing her doctorate in Cultural Studies at Macquarie University. Justine speaks and writes about the way the Christian story renews all of life, and is especially interested in exploring big questions of meaning and purpose through the (seemingly) mundane moments of the everyday.

Steve King is the Senior Product Manager for Enterprise offerings at Atlassian, sits on industry boards and panels and is a passionate advocate for social impact and early-stage corporate philanthropy with Pledge 1%. Steve speaks and teaches about modern teamwork, abstract problem solving and product management for startups. Do more with less, and always do what you love to.

30 May – Sydney Prayer Breakfast

The Sydney Prayer Breakfast is an annual prayer gathering of Christians from all denominations who work or live in the Sydney CBD.

Join 1,200 other Christian business professionals as we pray for the welfare of our city and encourage one another in our walk with God.

Speaker: Os Guiness

12 June – For the Love of God

How the Church is better and worse than you ever imagined

Christian history offers plenty of ammunition to its critics

Crusades, inquisitions, witch trials, the oppression of women – not to mention the horrific incidence of child abuse, covered up in recent decades by the institutional church

For the Love of God: How the church is better and worse than you ever imagined is a documentary by the Centre for Public Christianity. It addresses the worst of what Christians have done, but also traces the origins of Western values like human rights, charity, humility, and non-violence back to the influence of Jesus.

This is not the history we think we know. Join us as we weigh up the good, the bad, the ugly – and the unexpected – impact Christianity has had on the world we live in.

How the Church is better and worse than you ever imagined

Christianity may be the wellspring for many of our most cherished values today, but Christians should be the first to admit that there’s been plenty of bloodshed along the way.

John Dickson is founding Director of the Centre for Public Christianity. He has a degree in theology and a doctorate in ancient history, specialising in the birth of Christianity. An ordained Anglican minister, he is also a Senior Research Fellow of the Department of Ancient History, Macquarie University, and he teaches a course on the Historical Jesus at the University of Sydney. He has hosted two nationally televised documentaries (The Christ Files and Life of Jesus), authored over a dozen books and is a busy public speaker.

Simon Smart is Executive Director of the Centre for Public Christianity. A former English and History teacher, Simon has a Masters in Christian Studies from Regent College, Canada. He has years of experience writing and editing both academic curricula and popular books. He is the author of For God’s Sake: An Atheist, a Jew, a Christian and a Muslim Debate Religion, and editor of A Spectator’s Guide to Worldviews.

Justine Toh is Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity. She worked at Fairfax Digital and Reuters Australia before completing her doctorate in Cultural Studies at Macquarie University. Justine speaks and writes about the way the Christian story renews all of life, and is especially interested in exploring big questions of meaning and purpose through the (seemingly) mundane moments of the everyday.

Thank you for your prayers and support,

The Matthews

With the craziness of Christmas around the corner… we appreciate your prayers

Thank you for your prayers for The Edge / Beyond Worry event. We had a full house and great feedback from the event. Please pray as we follow through with all who came along and look ahead to 2018.

Specific feedback
“Great combination: to hear the scientific and personal stories was very helpful” Jessica H
“The topic and delivery of this was relevant, engaging, informative, personal, and in touch. Thank you for pulling this session together. This was the most helpful talk that I have heard on Christian world view and mental health issues. This was really helpful!” Julie H
“It was wonderful – so much information but snappy, easy to understand and venue was easy to get to.”
“Probably the best Edge this year” Joshua L

Upcoming Events for prayer consideration

Reel Dialogue is proud to partner with Icon Films to offer a special pre-screening event of The Man Who Invented Christmas

After the film, The Big Picture’s Mark Hadley and The Edge‘s Justine Toh will be on a panel to discuss the history and themes brought about by the film.

Please pray for the evangelistic opportunities of this event as we challenge people to consider  the joy of the season and the real ‘inventor of Christmas.’

Synopsis: Based on the book by Les Standiford, THE MAN WHO INVENTED CHRISTMAS tells the story of how Charles Dickens (Dan Stevens from TV’s Downton Abbey) actually revived the holiday of Christmas with his self-published novel, A Christmas Carol. Facing pressure with looming debt, a feckless father (Jonathan Pryce) and recent critical failures, Dickens confront his past by conjuring up fantastic characters including Ebenezer Scrooge (Christopher Plummer), for his now classic Christmas tale. Full of wit and warmth, THE MAN WHO INVENTED CHRISTMAS will bring out the holiday spirit in everyone.

What if there was no Christmas?

30 November

Most of us have mixed feelings about Christmas. There’s the fun, feasting, and family part. But there’s also the running around, the busyness and those ugly Christmas jumpers. We also sense that there should be more to my life than mere survival.

Pray for Sam Chan as he shares what life would be like without Christmas and how we might need it more than it needs us. This is an evangelistic talk to conclude the season of talks in the city. This is an extension of The Edge ministries.

Speaker: Sam Chan is a global citizen – born in Hong Kong, studied Medicine in Sydney, got his PhD from Chicago. Just like you, he senses that our world has changed – we work more, but are less happy. Sam loves helping people rediscover the joy that comes from faith, spirituality, and the Christian tradition. But he also knows that Australians don’t want to be too serious. That’s why Sam has discovered humorous ways to talk about the important issues in life.

Family prayer requests and praises for the rest of the year

Praises

  • Successful conclusion to The Edge ministries for 2017 and plans for the 2018 season
  • The announcement that Hope and Matt Gibb are expecting thier first child and our first grandchild  in February
  • Growth of the Bible Study Fellowship, SRE and Reel Dialogue ministries in 2017

Requests

  • Wisdom with plans for the ministry efforts for City Bible Forum and Rouse Hill Bible Church in 2018
  • The Lord would bless the plans and wedding of Becca and Warrick
  • Wisdom and direction for Joshua in the US (Provision of a car)
Thank you for your prayers and support
Russ, Cathy and the family

Beyond Worry, What if there was no Christmas and changes at ABWE Australia

October is here and things start happening

Spring is upon us and October/November is a busy season in ministry in Sydney. Here are some of the upcoming events, please be praying for each event.

The Edge: Beyond Worry

12 October:  The science and stories behind anxiety, fear and depression. 

As a nation we have never been richer, and yet we have never been so anxious. For many Australians anxiety affects all of life, for others of us, it’s constantly in the background. What are the causes of anxiety? Where does this fear and heartache come from? What are the biological, mental and even spiritual factors that cause it? Are there solutions for those who suffer from anxiety, or those who wish to help others who do?

At The EDGE on 12 October our two expert speakers, Dr Jee Kim and Peter Hughes will address the issue of anxiety, its causes, its effects and strategies in dealing with it. This is the final Edge for 2017, pray that many people would come along to hear the talk and consider how the Gospel provides answers in this area of people’s lives.

Speakers :

Dr Jee Kim graduated from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia with the prestigious University Medal in Psychology. She has completed a PhD at UNSW. She is now the Head of Developmental Psychobiology laboratory at the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health/University of Melbourne.

Peter Hughes has a degree in neuropsychology and has worked extensively in pastoral care and Christian ministry across many socioeconomic groups. He has many years of front-line experience in dealing practically with those who suffer from anxiety.

Our moderator: Justine Toh is Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity. She worked at Fairfax Digital and Reuters Australia before completing her doctorate in Cultural Studies at Macquarie University. Justine speaks and writes about the way the Christian story renews all of life and is especially interested in exploring big questions of meaning and purpose through the (seemingly) mundane moments of the everyday.

What if there was no Christmas?

30 November

Most of us have mixed feelings about Christmas. There’s the fun, feasting, and family part. But there’s also the running around, the busyness and those ugly Christmas jumpers. We also sense that there should be more to my life than mere survival.

Pray for Sam Chan as he shares what life would be like without Christmas and how we might need it more than it needs us. This is an evangelistic talk to conclude the season of talks in the city. This is an extension of The Edge ministries.

Speaker: Sam Chan is a global citizen – born in Hong Kong, studied Medicine in Sydney, got his PhD from Chicago. Just like you, he senses that our world has changed – we work more, but are less happy. Sam loves helping people rediscover the joy that comes from faith, spirituality, and the Christian tradition. But he also knows that Australians don’t want to be too serious. That’s why Sam has discovered humorous ways to talk about the important issues in life.

ABWE Australia – Changes

The ever-changing world of ministry has had an impact on ABWE Australia. With some personnel changes on the field, there will be some adjustments in roles and procedures for our ABWE team. This should not have any direct impact on our ministry efforts, but we do appreciate your prayers as the team adapts during this time of transition. It will be exciting to see how the Lord works through these changes.

Rouse Hill Bible Church

We are excited to have the founder of City Bible Forum speaking at Rouse Hill Bible Church in the coming weeks.

Craig Josling is the Founding Director of City Bible Forum, having started Ecom (now City Bible Forum) in 1991. He currently oversees ministry efforts with Sydney prayer teams, equipping activities and opportunities in North Sydney, Chatswood, St Leonards and Parramatta.

Pray as he comes to share about the ministry work in the city and helps to challenge the church in evangelistic endeavours.

We are grateful for your support and prayers. Please contact us with any questions about the ministry effort in Australia.

Russ & Cathy Matthews

 

The Edge: Behind the magic – Why do films matter? – City Bible Forum event

What does the film industry do to keep you coming back for more?

Each and every year, people line up all over the world so they can hand over billions of their hard-earned dollars, to sit in a dark room together … and dream.

Hollywood, Bollywood and dozens of other movie industries exercise an undeniable influence over our public consciousness. They are the modern myth-makers. Their stories excite our imaginations, shape our aspirations and inform our expectations.

Why do some films soar while others bomb? Which stories are destined to find a home in our hearts – and why? In short, what’s the formula to creating Movie Magic?

Join us at the Edge

Join us at the Edge on 22 June to consider why movies still matter, and why there are only 3 Australian films.

When you register, you may also buy tickets for a special screening of The Case for Christ.

Why movies still matter

Thanks to the Internet, we’ve got thousands of hours of streaming TV at the flick of switch, and millions of miniature stories to follow on our portable devices. But two-hour movies still persist as a major medium.

Despite technological changes, these long-form tales continue to occupy the heights of story-telling. Some succeed; some flop. Others annoy the critics but still do well at the box office.

One thing is for certain: genres may wax and wane, characters enter and exit, but our 150-year fascination with film shows no sign of faltering.

Giles Hardie has an enviable CV: he watches film for a living. He is a regular entertainment reporter and critic for the ABC, as well as the Assistant Showbiz Editor for Daily Mail Australia. His opinions air nationally across ABC radio, are collected in the Culture Wars podcast, and distilled for your reading pleasure in Time Out Sydneyand ABC online.

There are only 3 Australian films

The Australian film industry is a collection of diverse stories that highlight the rich panoply of people, histories and faith-positions that make up our culture – or not.

New, locally produced titles surface at the cinemas with seasonal regularity but, like those seasons, they present strangely familiar themes.

In fact there are only three genres that appear to make it from pitch to popcorn – and they say a great deal about the way we see our world.

Mark Hadley gets paid for telling true stories. As a documentary scriptwriter, he’s worked for all of the big acronyms: the BBC in Britain, PBS in the United States, the ABC and SBS in Australia, as well as all of our home-grown commercial networks. He works all over the world, but lives in Sydney where he writes regular reviews and co-hosts the national radio show, The Big Picture.

Our moderator

Justine Toh is Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity. She worked at Fairfax Digital and Reuters Australia before completing her doctorate in Cultural Studies at Macquarie University. Justine speaks and writes about the way the Christian story renews all of life, and is especially interested in exploring big questions of meaning and purpose through the (seemingly) mundane moments of the everyday.

 

More details at citybibleforum.org

 

 

Matthews Down Under ministry partners and what we can look forward to in 2017

As we prepare for a short furlough, we wanted to repost these details for our supporters. Over the past we have had the privilege to work alongside some amazing organisations. Through Facebook, our website and conversations we have mentioned various ministry connections.

We get requests for the names, websites and contact details for these people or groups. We thought we would do a simple list of the organisations we work with regularly. Check out their websites and contact us with any questions.

Our ministry partners

ABWE - The church planting mission agency that we work with in Australia and throughout the world.

City Bible Forum - Russ oversees evangelistic events and Reel Dialogue at City Bible Forum which is reaching city workers with the Gospel. Check out our latest promotional video 

Rouse Hill Bible Church - Pastor Ben Kwok and our church family in Rouse Hill, NSW Australia

Bible Study Fellowship - Cathy is a childrens leader with Bible Study Fellowship

SRE – Scripture Reading - Cathy teaches scripture in the public schools

Geneva Push - An amazing Australian initiative for effective church planting

Russelling Reviews - Russ’ blog of recent reviews with a Gospel challenge

Reel Dialogue - Partnership with reviewer and editor Adrian Drayton with Gospel conversations through film

The Big Picture - Podcast and radio ministry work from cultural commentators Ben McEachen and Mark Hadley

Sow and Harvest - ABWE Australia’s publishing

Vinegrowers - Col Marshall’s ministry that  helps build churches around biblical discipleship: sacrificing, serving, speaking.

During our furlough, we will highlight some of these great ministry opportunities. If you have any questions about our furlough, please contact us.

Thank you for your prayers and support,

Russ, Cathy, Becca, Hope, Joshua and Caroline

Jesus the game changer

Please be praying as we begin a new series in the corporations of Sydney

Jesus the game changer

How the life and teaching of Jesus changed the world and why it matters.

We will begin the series with an introduction to Jesus

Establishing the historicity of Jesus, and, to a certain extent, the Gospels as accurate source material for His life and teaching. It also shows the centrality of Jesus’ place in the narrative of human history.

Thank you for your prayers and support of this work at City Bible Forum

Video trailer of the series

 

Help us to take people to The Edge

What is The Edge? 

Everything has an edge. The edge of society, where conformity ends and creativity begins. The bleeding edge of technology. The edge of reason.

City Bible Forum and the Centre for Public Christianity invite you to take a look over the edge. To understand where our current thinking is taking us. To see what’s happening now, what’s coming next, and what you can do about it.

One hour, once a month, ideas that will set your teeth on edge. Two critical thinkers will take you on precise, TED-style 15-minute tours of a key social trend that’s transforming our world – then brace themselves for your questions.

Edge of your seat presentations. Opportunities to think for a change. Welcome to The Edge.

Why should people go to The Edge?

Why is it so easy to talk about weekend life around the water cooler, but not the meaning of life? Because Australians aren’t interested in pure religion. But they’re fascinated when faith mixes with the world they live in.

The Edge is a tailor-made opportunity to get your friends thinking. Once a month we’ll take our audience to the edge of a hot topic and challenge them to look over. To see what’s happening now, what’s coming next, and what they can personally do about it.

Two critical thinkers will deliver precise, TED-style 15-minute tours of a key social trend that’s transforming our world, and present the difference a faith in God can make.

Edgy, entertaining and guaranteed to get conversations going. Biblical content without the cringe. The Centre For Public Christianity’s Dr. Justine Toh will then open the floor to your questions so you and your friends can take the experts to the edge of their topic.

Edge of your seat presentations. Opportunities to help your friends think for a change.

Moderator: Dr Justine Toh

Justine Toh is Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity. She worked at Fairfax Digital and Reuters Australia before completing her doctorate in Cultural Studies at Macquarie University.. Justine speaks and writes about the way the Christian story renews all of life, and is especially interested in exploring big questions of meaning and purpose through the (seemingly) mundane moments of the everyday.

Please be praying!

The Edge begins on 18 May

We need your help

Would you and your church be willing to support people taking it to The Edge?

We will be charging for the events, but we are hoping to gain supplemental support for the talks to keep ticket prices at an accessible level.

I have attached the links for The Edge to communicate the details of the funds we need to raise for these events and other projects. We need to raise $9500 for these events.

We are grateful for your prayers over the years and we would like to ask you to consider supporting this evangelistic endeavour or to consider presenting this proposal to your local church for potential support?

After reading through the details on the website, if you or your church would like to support the events. The support goes to the venue and audio/visual costs.

Here is how you can support The Edge in four easy steps:

1. Go to this link : ABWE 

2. Enter RUSSELL W. & CATHY MATTHEWS (0132363)

3. Enter the amount you want to contribute and send

4. Please pray for the events

If you or others choose to send in support, please have them email us. ABWE does not notify us when gifts are received and we would like to ensure the church or person giving are thanked for their additional support.

Also, watch for video content on the website and YouTube to follow the event.

Thank you for the consideration and please pray for The Edge in Sydney.

Russ & Cathy Matthews

More details about The Edge on our websites

Support that will take people to The Edge

The team in Sydney is looking forward to an exceptionally busy year in 2017 with our evangelistic endeavours at City Bible Forum. It has been a great year so far, but we have some exciting new projects coming up.

We are looking to introduce a new evangelistic outreach called The Edge (Formerly, The Conversation) in May. All of the details are in place for a set of quality events to occur throughout the year, but we need some help.

We will be charging for the events, but we are hoping to gain supplemental support for the talks to keep ticket prices at an accessible level.

I have attached the details below for The Edge to communicate the details of the funds we need to raise for these events and other projects. We need to raise $10000 for these events.

We are grateful for your prayers over the years and we would like to ask you to consider supporting this evangelistic endeavour or to consider presenting this proposal to your local church for potential support?

After reading through the details, if people would like to support the events.

You can support send in their contribution by going to this link:

ABWE and entering RUSSELL W. & CATHY MATTHEWS (0132363)

If you or others choose to send in support, please have them email us. ABWE does not notify us when gifts are received and we would like to ensure the church or person giving are thanked for their additional support.

Thank you for the consideration and please pray for the upcoming evangelistic efforts in Sydney.

Russ & Cathy Matthews

 Details in place: 

1 The Edge: Thinking for a change

2 Venue: Dendy Opera Quays

3 Frequency:  Once a month, One hour (During  school term) May, June, Aug, Sept, Oct, & Nov

5 Times and nights: Straight afterwork; 6:30-7:45pm;  Thursday

6 Formats: Two TEDtalk style talks with Q&A

Two speakers speaking for 15 minutes 

Talk 1 – Contestability (Head) – (Positive apologetic consideration)

Talk 2 -Plausability (Heart) – (Difference faith makes)

Thank you to the First Family Church team for an action packed adventure

Our family would like to thank the team from First Family Church for their willingness to come and serve alongside our family in Sydney.

It may not be known until eternity what sort of impact your service will have, but we are thankful now.
One thing can be said about this team is that they took full advantage of every opportunity to share the love of Jesus.

All played a specific role and willingly jumped in to assist with anything that needed done.

We will add a pictorial depiction of their journey below

Here is a short list of their activities:

  • Set up and serve at the Tracy Trinita evangelistic event in Canberra
  • Work as the photography team at the Canberra event
  • Attended a ‘real football game’ – Australian Rule Football – GWS Giants v West Coast Eagles
  • Set up and participate in three Forum events in Sydney
  • Serve, set up and Keith Fortenberry preached two weeks  at Rouse Hill Bible Church
  • Provided Bibles to the students at a public primary school scripture class with Cathy Matthews
  • Through the support of the church and Vacation Bible School delivered Bibles for the use in other scripture classes in our community
  • Set up and and participated in the Lord of the Lens evangelistic event at Emmanuel Baptist Church (Attended by 70 men)
  • Help with set up and participation in the City Bible Forum national initiative – Reel Dialogue Ben Hur screenings – An evangelistic event with over 800 in attendance nationwide and over 200 in Sydney
  • Roy Meador lead Bible study at the City Bible Forum team meeting
  • Many on the team went out and did ‘walk-up’ evangelism in the streets of the Sydney Central Business District

This is just a few things that the team was able to experience. We cannot list all of the personal relationships that they were able to make in the short trip.

Thank you to Jay McFarling and your leadership on the team. Also, thank you to the First Family Church and the team for your support, sacrifice and impact that you had on our family, ministry team and church. You will be remembered fondly for years to come.

For all of our supporters, please pray for the work that these ‘journeymen and journeywomen’ had on the ministry field of Australia.

The adventure continues…

The Matthews

 

Here comes the First Family Church team… A trip that is bigger than Ben- Hur

 

Visting team from First Family Church

We are excited to have a visiting team from one of supporting churches in August. Please be praying for the team that will be joining us for our City Bible Forum national mission, Reel Dialogue event, city ministries, scripture classes and church events. We are thrilled to have the team along to serve in this exciting mission field.

Pray for their planning, their health, adapting to the Australian culture and for many opportunities for the team to engage with people with the Gospel.

The First Family Vacation Bible School helped to raise money for their journey and specifically to purchase Bibles for our scripture classes. We are so grateful for their sacrifice to come and serve.

Please be praying for Jay McFarling and the whole team.

What does that have to do with Ben Hur?

City Bible Forum and the Reel Dialogue team have been presented with the opportunity for pre-screening events that will centre on the Paramount release of Ben Hur in five cities in Australia.

The First Family team will be assisting with the evangelistic event in Sydney.

Partnering with Heritage Films and Paramount Pictures, Reel Dialogue is proud to offer a special pre-screening event of Ben- Hur.

The Reel Dialogue team would like to invite you to a night a cinema and discussion. We will screen the new adaptation of Ben-Hur and then enjoy a Reel Dialogue panel discussion with The Big Picture’s Mark Hadley and Ben McEachen who will be joined up front by City Bible Forum’s Sam Chan.

Synopsis of the film: BEN-HUR is the epic story of Judah Ben-Hur (Jack Huston), a prince falsely accused of treason by his adopted brother Messala (Toby Kebbell), an officer in the Roman army. Stripped of his title, separated from his family and the woman he loves (Nazanin Boniadi), Judah is forced into slavery. After years at sea, Judah returns to his homeland to seek revenge, but finds redemption.

Based on Lew Wallace’s timeless novel, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ.

The panel will discuss the themes of the film and allow you to ask questions about the film.

Panel: 

Mark Hadley has been writing professionally for more than 20 years. He has been a journalist for most of that time, employed by a range of prominent radio, television and web publications including the ABC. In addition, Mark has been reviewing films, television programs and children’s books for the past ten years for Australian papers and magazines, nationally syndicated radio programs and internationally read web sites.

Ben McEachen is a professional film reviewer. Seriously. That’s a real, paying job. And he’s even been at it for more than a decade.  He has been editor at Empire magazine, film editor at The Advertiser, lead critic for several News Ltd Sunday papers and a regular fixture on 2GB, ABC and Showtime. Ben also contributes Christian-flavoured film reviews to Eternity newspaper, Hope 103.2 FM, War Cry and Insights magazines.

Sam Chan is a regular speaker at City Bible Forum. He is also a conference speaker, ethicist, ex-rugby player (Sydney Uni 5ths!), retired marathon runner and now a student of Krav Maga (his mid-life crisis activity). His PhD in theology examined the application of speech act theory to the theology of preaching. 

Tracy Trinita event

Another event that the First Family Church team will be assisting with during the the evangelistic events with Tracy Trinita.

As Indonesia’s first supermodel Tracy went on to model clothes for top designers such as Yves Saint Laurent, Jean Paul Gautier, Kenzo, and Benetton on the catwalks of New York, Milan and Paris. In Indonesia, Tracy also starred in movies and TV dramas.

You might imagine this was everything she’d hoped for in life. But surrounded by fame and glamour, she felt terribly empty. Real happiness eluded Tracy until she realised that people with faith were happier. But which faith? Her family had Muslims, Hindus, Christians, which faith should she consider? So Tracy cried out to God – “Please reveal yourself to me!”

You’re invited to hear Tracy tell how she finally met the designer she’s been modelling for since birth. Please pray for these events to be used for God’s glory.

What else will the team be doing?

They will hit the ground running and not stop for the ten days that they are in Sydney.

Please pray for the team and for their experiences in Sydney.

Thank your your support and prayers. Please be praying for these events and more opportunities in the future.

The adventure continues… The Matthews