An opportunity to grow with Norfolk bible college
On September 22 The Way of the Spirit will commence a series of monthly teaching days, just south of Norwich, open to anyone who wants to understand how the bible fits together and grow in what the bible calls ‘prophetic’.
When supplemented by extra reading and bible study under a local mentor, attendance over two years will result in a Certificate of Biblical and Prophetic faith (with the possibility of going on to achieve a Diploma in Prophetic Bible Teaching)
This course carries a warning: there is no guarantee where it will might lead you! Many have been energised and envisioned over the years by getting to grips with this material (or maybe it would be better described as this material getting hold of you) and have gone on to do mighty exploits for God.
Come and hear anointed bible teaching, be enriched as you meet others with a like mind and allow God to impact you afresh. It has been ‘life-changing’ for hundreds.
The monthly Saturday morning (9am –1.30pm) teaching days are split into four six-month parts: Who is God? Who am I? What is God doing? and What therefore can I do? It is based on a program of teaching first developed by the late Rev Dr. John McKay who, after years lecturing Old Testament Studies was baptised in the Holy Spirit and saw the whole bible come to life and fit quite easily together as a whole.
Alongside the teaching, should you sign up for the whole course, you will join a weekly bible study group (to fit in with your schedule), which will help you study scripture as the record of God’s dynamic dealings with people, tracing through the Bible the work of the Holy Spirit in revival, prophecy, the miraculous and so forth.
To try it out and see if you’d like to do this, come along to Poringland Community Centre (Overtons Way, Poringland, NR14 7WB) on Saturday 22nd September at 9am. At the end of the morning you can then decide whether to register for the whole course or just come along as and when you are able without any pressure to commit to anything.
The course is free, though if you sign up for the whole thing you will may like to purchase certain volumes, at minimal cost, and we always take up an offering to cover the costs of the hall etc. Three is no need to register, just turn up.
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Please note, asterisked dates will be held at St George’s Hall, Stoke Holy Cross NR14 8ND, all other dates will be in the Community Centre Poringland.
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