University: The great student commission

University: The great student commission

Encouraging students to engage their campus with the gospel. University campuses are made up of an eclectic group of people – students and staff from all number of differing backgrounds, nationalities, worldviews and religions. If we are called to reach all nations with the gospel, how do we engage with our University campuses? This seminar seeks […]

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Developing a Christian Mind: Study at University

Developing a Christian Mind: Study at University

Developing a Christian Mind: study at University. Students raised in a Christian culture can experience real shock when they encounter different worldviews in their academic studies. Studies in literature, the sciences, music, law and medicine raise deep questions that thoughtful Christians must address. We are called to love the Lord our God with our minds, so […]

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Planning Corporate Worship

Planning Corporate Worship

Help for anyone involved in leading and planning church services. Sometimes the best laid plans go wrong, but that shouldn’t stop us trying!. This seminar aims to encourage good synergy between the people who plan church services. We will also look in detail at the issues involved in choosing songs and other material for congregational worship. […]

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How can I present God in sports?

How can I present God in sports?

Explore what it means to “Pray, Play, Say” in sport. Thousands of people play and coach sport every day in Northern Ireland but the majority don’t know Jesus Christ and wouldn’t dream of stepping foot inside a church.  Christians in Sport is a charity supporting Christians in the world of sport to live out their faith […]

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YOU can stop human trafficking

YOU can stop human trafficking

Did you know that you could stop human trafficking with a tweet, at work, over a coffee, or as you shop? We have heard about human trafficking and we know that it happens locally and globally. What now? Do we wait for law-makers and enforcers to put an end to modern-day slavery once and for […]

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One king, one kingdom!

One king, one kingdom!

Jesus prayed for it, the apostles worked for it, the creeds proclaimed it and the book of Revelation envisages it as the culmination of history, yet the unity of the Church seems as elusive as the proverbial pot of gold at the rainbow’s end. This seminar will consider the biblical emphasis on unity, the four […]

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Misconceptions? Christian choices in family planning

Misconceptions? Christian choices in family planning

Since the middle of the twentieth century rapid advances in contraception and fertility treatment (including IVF) have made it increasingly challenging for Christians to know how to honour God in the area of family planning. Some churches take an absolutist line against all forms of artificial birth control, while others leave decisions entirely to the […]

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Where is the church on Tuesday?

Where is the church on Tuesday?

What would it look like if every believer who sat in church on Sunday was released to live out their God-given vocation in their workplace, community and home? This seminar explores a theology of work – but more than that, it aims to show how everyone: student, worker, unwaged, homemaker, grandparent, has a unique ‘frontline […]

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Jesus’ kingdom challenge

Jesus’ kingdom challenge

Jesus came to earth to save those who are lost. Yet He focused his teaching and activity on something even bigger than that. (Bigger than saving us) He announced, lived, brought, and promised to further-bring something that overarches, undergirds, and thoroughly encompasses. Something cosmic and eternal, yet personal. Something glorious and regal, yet humble. His […]

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