Kingdom Training 2010 Session 3: Being a both-end church, not pulling at any extreme but grabbing the stick at both ends, is the mark of a healthy Church.
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The church is haemorrhaging young adults!
Jesus came not just to change the lives of individuals, nor just to found the Christian Church, but to start a missionary movement that would change the world.
When it comes to outreach, many church leaders look to special programmes and activities to deliver growth. But short-term solutions rarely lead to long-term growth.
If the church of 2010 is to be effective in mission it needs to be shaped by vision and effective in pursuing its God-given call.
A recent report entitled 'The 18-30 Mission: a missing generation?' highlights the desperate need for the church to respond to this crisis.
How do church leaders can begin to maximise the potential of their churches in mission and ministry through functional leadership teams.
How do we communicate a gospel, which has been around for over 2000 years, to a world that is ever changing and moving forward? How do we keep mission real and up-to-date and effective?
We'll be looking at how, as church leaders, we keep mission at the forefront of the church’s life by helping to explore and experience God’s love for ourselves and our community.
A talk from experience: How and why every local church can and must play a part in mission and discipleship among the 2.3 million students in the UK.