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Join us at our four training afternoons this year. We meet at Colonel Light Gardens RSL from 3:30-5:30pm to grow in our knowledge and love of God as we seek to be equipped to serve people in His world. Child minding is available from 3:15pm and for those who would like to stay for a meal together, dinner is provided at 5:30pm.
Please rsvp to email@example.com if you require child minding or catering for dinner.
DATES AND TOPICS:
Term 2 - Sun 20 May, 2018
Topic: Wisdom for Life (Cam Maxwell)
How should Christians understand parts of the Bible like Song of Songs, Job and Proverbs? Are they optional bits of helpful advice or can they help us to understand God and his character better?
Term 3 - Sun 12 August, 2018
Topic 1: Genre - the key to reading and understanding the Bible (Tim Patrick)
The Bible is a collection of sixty-six texts that were gathered together over many hundreds of years. There all different types of texts in both the Old and New Testaments and if we fail to distinguish their genres, we risk misunderstanding them. In this seminar, we will spend some time exploring the different biblical genres before we go on to consider how each should inform our reading.
Topic 2: Revealing Revelation (Tim Patrick)
While the whole purpose of the book of Revelation is to reveal God’s purposes, many readers still find it quite confusing. This can be because they have failed to understand its genre, which influences both its style and content. In this workshop we will think about why the apocalyptic genre is necessary for the book of Revelation and what are the big ideas that should control our reading of the book.
Term 4 - Sun 28 October, 2018
Topic: Honest Evangelism (Matt Lehmann)
Do you find it hard speaking about Jesus naturally in your conversations with non-Christian friends and family? Come along to be equipped to share your faith confidently and more often.