This week-long program acts as a GPS, enabling participants to navigate their way through the landscape of ideas and attractions that universities promote. Designed for people aged 18-25, it addresses questions such as: Where did our secular age come from? Where is it going? How can Christians respond? What is the relationship between science and religion, reason and faith? How does Christianity address the complexities of our secular age—of human identity, sexuality, technology, justice, the problem of evil, and world religions? Delegates fellowship and dialogue on these questions with Australia’s top Christian thinkers.
GPS runs three times a year with a maximum of twenty-five delegates per program.
The Lachlan Macquarie Institute facilitates the GPS course for the Australian Christian Lobby.