We are called to be "doers of the word and not just hearers of the word" (James 1:22), but many people often describe how they lack the confidence in their everyday lives to actually put into practice what they read about in the Bible. ACTS Training aims to combine clear, scriptural teaching along with an opportunity to 'give it a go' and apply that head-knowledge through a time of guided hands-on, practical teaching.
Sessions will take place at City Church Cambridge.
10am - 1pm unless otherwise indicated (refreshments from 9.30am)
Parking should be available on-site and on surrounding streets, but if a session proves popular attendees may be asked to park at the Park and Ride on Newmarket Rd (~15 minutes away)
Please bring a packed lunch or come prepared to buy yourself some lunch from a nearby shop/restaurant.
2 November 2019
We live in a social media dominated world, where visual messages are thrown at us constantly. This day will focus on how we can use our God-given creative and artistic gifting to reach out to the world around us, pointing them to Jesus and showing them what God's Kingdom is all about.
Training in the Prophetic
(tbc) March 2020
LIVING A NATURALLY SUPERNATURAL LIFESTYLE
13 July 2019
This is an opportunity to learn more about how to live the 'normal' extraordinary life that Jesus did, walking with the Spirit in the way that scripture encourages us to do so (Galatians 5:16). We will be giving particular space for practicing how to share our faith with others in a natural way.
BEYOND YOUR NORMAL
14 SEPTEMBER 2019
In the book of Revelation, John describes the bride of Christ as "a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, standing before the throne and before the Lamb." (Revelation 7:9) This is what earthly churches should look like as well; reflecting all languages, social, cultural and economic backgrounds!
This ACTS Training day will focus on how we can make sure that we see beyond our blind-spots, cultural idiosyncrasies, mindsets and ways of thinking so that we reflect the bride of Christ in greater fullness.