What did people learn from the week? What was valuable and worth sharing about? This contains many gems from the festival.
At the same time as our European context groans in various crises the rejection of Christian Faith seems to be on the rise. Inspired by Paul’s engagement in Athens (Acts 17) Francis will be looking at hopeful witness in the post-Christian Environment.
Ronald gave a moving testimony leading up to how he became involved in our sound and light production.
We have a great hope that’s worth sharing, but sometimes it’s difficult to know where to start. In this session, we’ll talk about why we do evangelism, and how we can do it without it being weird. There’ll be practical tips, and a chance to discuss difficult situations and ask questions.
The message of the Gospel is the hope that we share with the nations. Sometimes our prior commitment to certain issues based on race, ethnicity, or beliefs could be an impediment to the Gospel. In this study, we would explore how we can submit to God’s authority to deal with our prejudices.
Ben’s Own Testimony
What does Jesus tell us about prayer, mission and the gospel in his instructions to the disciples as he sends them out to the towns and villages? (Luke 10). What will the ‘shalom of God’ mean for our everyday prayers and actions? Discover new insights into a familiar passage.
God calls us to stand in His presence, carry His presence and declare his Presence. How does that get put into practice when praying for individuals? What does it mean for us to pray ‘In the name of Jesus’.
How can you use the Bible, song and hands on prayer ideas in your gatherings. After we explore the basic principles we’ll road test the ideas in small groups. Come and expand your prayer imagination.
Our lives and our world are changing faster than ever before. Things we used to trust in now seem fragile. Isaiah shows us how God is in control of our world, and nothing will stop him rescuing his people. Through the death of Jesus, we all get to join in this hope of a new world.