What’s the big IDea?

Relational MIssion, Training leaders January 26, 2018

ID stands for Intentional Discipleship. Whilst the whole of a Christian’s life is one of following Jesus and by being…

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Comms Workshop: Working in Partnership with the Media

Catalyst, Training leaders January 9, 2018

Would you like to develop a good working relationship with your local press and media outlets? Would you know how…

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Guy Miller’s blog: Catch the Moment

Commission, Training leaders January 4, 2018

It’s June, flaming June, the sun beats down upon the green slopes of Maiden Castle in Dorset, and a young…

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Vertaling van Relational Mission – a way of life

International, Relational MIssion, Training leaders December 8, 2017

Onlangs is de Nederlandse versie van het boek Relational Mission – a way of life uitgekomen. We zijn daar erg…

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Impartation & Training

Confluence, Training leaders November 2, 2017

Training is a broad term, but there is one aspect on which I [Mike Lawson] would like to focus: impartation….

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Children’s worker conference

Commission, Events, Training leaders October 16, 2017

It was at Westpoint 2015 that I [Becky Peacock] first felt a burden to bring together the kids workers from…

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Being a Team the Ephesian Way

Broadcast Network, Church planting, Training leaders September 15, 2017

The concept of team is universal, broad and multi-faceted. The practice and fruit of team can be applied to many…

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Courage

Events, Relational MIssion, Training leaders September 13, 2017

We live in a broken and hurting world, a world where daily lives are gripped by a climate of fear…

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School of Worship – Ontario

ChristCentral, Events, Training leaders September 13, 2017

While worship has greatly changed over several decades, it is our goal to introduce worship that is Christ-centered and corporately…

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‘Equipped’, by Chris Kilby

Commission, Training leaders August 2, 2017

‘Climb a mountain in flip flops and a vest, you’ll be fine’. Err, don’t think so. ‘Sure, you can borrow my car,…

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