How did Jesus fulfil his heavenly mandate to ‘seek and save that which was lost’, and raise up a bunch of world-changing disciple-makers?
How did the early church manage to grow exponentially against a backdrop of persecution, forbidden to own buildings, and without any of the modern tools of transport and communication that we take forgranted today?
How can we be 'disciples who make disciples, who make disciples' and what kind of leadership is needed to lead the church into this fruitfulness?
If these questions excite your heart, then join us for this workshop, where Nic Harding and Andy Strajnic (biographies below) will unpack 'Mission and Discipleship - what's the problem?'
Click here to watch Nic set the scene.
The way Jesus did life, discipleship and mission will lead us to discover some tools and practices that can help and challenge us in our obedience to the Great Commission. Imagine a whole church where everyone was both growing as a disciple, whilst at the same time learning to become a disciple-maker!
Using stories of real lives being shaped by the pattern of NT mission and discipleship, we will look at the early church's example, and grapple some of the questions at the heart of what it means to be 'church' today.
Mill End Baptist is delighted to host and participate in this workshop. The combined wealth of experience of Nic Harding and Andy Strajnic, and their vision and passion for the church to 'make disciples, who make disciples' - makes this an opportunity not be to missed!
Where these workshops have run elsewhere, those who come report being deeply challenged and encouraged, leaving with ideas, tools, and a commitment to doing things differently.
We look forward to you joining us.
Why not stay for further discussion over lunch?
The workshop will finish at 12:30pm, but if you don't need to rush away, bring some lunch with you, (or pop to the nearby shops / takeaways), and we can continue our discussions until 2pm.
The workshop is free for all those who are part of Mill End Baptist Church, but open to anyone else who would like to join us at a cost of only £20.
Travel / Transport
We have ample parking to the rear of the Church - a few minutes from Junctions 17 and 18 of the M25, with Sat Nav postcode WD3 7EL. Rickmansworth is a mainline train station direct from London Marylebone, and on the London Underground, Metropolitan tube line.
Mill End Baptist Church is all on one level with accessible toilets and facilities, but if you have any specific questions please call 01923 441115.