Every Thursday, from 05/03/2018 to 07/05/2018, 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: Fountain of Life Church, The Well Christian Centre, Swaffham Rd, Ashill, I9 GB IP25 7BT
Every Thursday, from May 3rd 2018 to Jul 5th 2018, 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
There is nothing more exciting than Spirit-filled Christians changing the world with the love of God and the impact of His Kingdom. It is what we were made for and what the church is all about. And God has given us two heavenly resources to navigate this great calling: the power and presence of His Holy Spirit, and the wisdom and revelation of His Word.
Digging Deeper is a one-year study course which seeks to explore these two gifts and equip Christians to better engage with them. In the context of worship, study and ministry, students will take part in theological reflection and application, learning how to dig deeper into God’s Word to live a more powerful Kingdom-centred life.
The teaching is accessible, relevant and practical, and is centred around a learning community that is committed to reinforcing spiritual foundations. We would love you to join us!
Digging Deeper is…
Inspiring: Digging deeper into God’s Word to seek His presence and hear His voice in new ways.
Impacting: Inviting the Holy Spirit to lead us as our teacher, guide and transforming healer.
Inclusive: Studying as a local community, to learn from and disciple one another.
Overview and expectations
There are 24 taught sessions, delivered at The Well Christian Centre (home to Fountain of Life Church), which are on Wednesday evenings, running from 7.30-9.30pm. There will also be three Saturday teaching events, one per term, which students can attend for free as part of their course.
There is no additional work to be completed outside of these evenings. However, each week there will be suggested questions to reflect on and/or reading for anyone wanting to study further on their own.
This course has been produced by the Fountain of Life Church.
And is delivered in partnership with the Fountain Network and
Westminster Theological Centre