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Creating a Parenting for Faith Culture in Church

May 14, 2019 • Rachel Turner

As the church, we are called to be supporting community around parents and carers, equipping and encouraging them as they disciple their children, but how can we do that well? In this session, Rachel Turner will explore how to offer parents options and help them to find what works for them. Rachel is an author and pioneer for The Bible Reading Fellowship’s Parenting for Faith programme (parentingforfaith.org.uk), equipping carers of all kinds to raise God-connected children and teens, including through the free Parenting for Faith video course.

Learning the Lessons Intended for Us

May 14, 2019 • Phil Hills

The exodus and conquest of Canaan tell a story of abject failure in the most promising possible circumstances. Paul tells us the details are deliberately recorded to ensure we don’t make the same mistakes. Phil Hills has spent over 30 years in pastoral ministry leading churches throughout the UK. He is a gifted communicator and leader whose input is in high demand both nationally and globally. Phil is also Chief Executive of Teen Challenge UK and Vice President of Global Teen Challenge.

Prophecy: Purpose and Practice

May 14, 2019 • David & Greta Peters

David and Greta discuss the purpose of prophecy, hearing God’s voice, practical how-to’s and protocols for good prophetic ministry. The session will include practical activation times. David and Greta are on the leadership team of Church Unlimited in Auckland, New Zealand and have many years experience in the prophetic and teaching ministry. They travel extensively equipping people to operate in the supernatural power of the Holy Spirit and ministering prophetically to leadership teams.

Sports Chaplaincy

May 14, 2019 • Warren Evans

The Community of Sport consists of over 151,000 clubs totalling 25 million men, women and children - what a mission field! We, the Church, cannot ignore a community of this size and significance - find out more! Warren became CEO of Sports Chaplaincy early in 2015. A skilful and resourceful leader who is not just passionate about what we do but how and why we do it. Warren was the chaplain for the Bradford Bulls and Pastoral Director to the Rugby Football League.