Monday, 22 December 2008

Training for Supernatural Ministry!

So, finally IT'S OFFICIAL. We're doing a new thing at the King's Arms starting in September 2009 and it's called 'Training for Supernatural Ministry'. This new course is going to be a project of the FP-Impact Bedford training base. Why am I telling you about it? Because I'm going to be heavily involved in the planning and running of it (along with our church elders). I'm actually going to be stopping leading the youth work at the church around April time. This has been a bitter sweet decision for me. I've led the youth work now for over 8 years. We have some amazing young people in our church and it really is an incredible privilege to serve them. However, God has clearly spoken to me about moving on and this new project is right up my street!

What will it involve?
The training will take place 1.5 days a week based at the King's Arms. Topics covered will include, salvation, healing and deliverance, the Kingdom of God, revival, our identity as sons and daughters, discovering your calling, developing spiritual gifts to name but a few (some of the material will be based on teaching given at the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry - Bill Johnson's church in Redding, California)

The course will also involve regular 'out on the street' activities including treasure hunting (opportunities to see God's love demonstrated through healing, salvation and deliverance out of the normal church context). It will also include tutorial sessions where students will have the opportunity to discuss different topics being studied, and sessions where students will be able to work through things that may hold them back in their walk with God.

Who's the course for?
Anyone who's over the age of 18 and is up for taking some risks and having their life changed by God!

This blog is just to whet your appetite. We will have loads more details available on our website and the FP-Impact website in the new year, so keep your eye out for that if you're interested in applying for the course or know of anyone else who should! It's going to be a whole lot of fun!

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