The mission of Marriage and Family For Christ (MFFC) is a diversified ministry to strengthen the relationships in marriage and family of Chinese Christians. Since its inception, MFFC has conducted many Marriage Enrichment Retreats in Sydney and other states to provide assistance to many married couples. However, a good marriage depends not only on the work done after getting married. If a foundation of healthy relationship is laid during adolescence or young adulthood, it will pave the way for a successful marriage in the future. This is the need that gives birth of the ministry in Young Christian relationship development camp.
To nurture and teach young Chinese Christians in Australia to develop relationships in a way that benefits the community and glorifies God.
Through Biblical truth and teaching, to support young Chinese Christians in developing an emotionally healthy relationship in order to lay a strong foundation for marriage relationship in the future.
The Young Christian Relationship Development Camp is a 3-day 2-night event. It involved talks, workshops, testimony sharing, discussion groups, and many diversified activities. Through interaction, meditation, and studying biblical truths, the participants can explore the challenges they are facing.
This camp provides a platform for young Christians to explore how to apply biblical principles to dealing with issues they encounter from being a single to being married. It covers subjects such as different stages of courtship and its issues in communication, what it means to be a single, knowing oneself, different perspectives of man and woman on courtship, the pain of breaking off, facing temptation of sex, appropriate attitudes towards marriage. These will help the campers find the correct attitude towards courtship in this day and age polluted by misinformation from the media.
Young Christian Relationship Development Camps in the past:
|Date||Theme||Leader||Number of campers|
|July 2003||Steady on the zebra crossing of love||Rev. Walter Lau (from San Francisco)||120|
|July 2005||Love Manual (leaders edition) v2.005||Prof. Milton Wan & Mrs Wan (from Hong Kong)||70|
|July 2007||Love Channel R||Rev. Young Man Chan (from Hong Kong)||70|
|July 2009||Love GPS||MFFC Youth Ministry Team||90|
|Aug 2011||Wash Off||Rev. Peter Chi Dik Ho & Mrs Ho (from Hong Kong)||108|
|Date||Theme||Leader||City||Number of campers|
|Sept 2006||They lived happily ever after ...||MFFC Youth Ministry Team||Perth||80|
|July 2007||Love Channel R||MFFC Youth Ministry Team||Melbourne||110|
|July 2008||Love Channel R||MFFC Youth Ministry Team||Perth||100|
|July 2009||Love GPS||MFFC Youth Ministry Team||Adelaide||70|
|July 2010||Love GPS||MFFC Youth Ministry Team||Brisbane||110|
|July 2010||Love GPS||MFFC Youth Ministry Team||Canberra||30|
|July 2012||iDate4S||MFFC Youth Ministry Team||Perth||54|
|July 2013||Extraordinary. Love||MFFC Youth Ministry Team||Adelaide||70|