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Weapons for the spiritual battle by Andrew Heard

In his third and final talk on the Invisible War, Andrew Heard takes us to the church of Ephesus and examines the advice Paul gives to a city with a heritage steeped in spiritual warfare. There he finds not only the strings the devil plays on, but the tried and  >>>

Posted: 18 May 2016
Uncompromising truth by Toby Neal

In his final Confessions of a Church Planter session, Toby Neal takes us to the church of Pergamum. No doubt they didn’t want to be irrelevant, yet they didn't see the danger of embracing practises that compromised the Gospel even as they preached it.  >>>

Posted: 18 May 2016
Start planning for Multiply17 by Peter Ko, Rory Shiner

The dust is settling on Multiply16, and as a network we're already looking forward to next year's annual conference. Multiply17: Humble & Hungry will tackle the issue of Christian leadership from a unique direction, putting forward the model of the Suffering Servant as the person to follow. Jesus  >>>

Posted: 18 May 2016
Fearless endurance by Toby Neal

Toby Neal continues his Confessions of a Church Planter series, focussing on Revelation's churches at Smyrna and Philadelphia. Here we discover that persecution is the birthright of the church and is only likely to increase over time.  >>>

Posted: 17 May 2016
MTS apprentice planters by Ben Pfahlert, Mikey Tai, Rob Nicholls

Mikey Tai speaks to MTS director Ben Pfahlert and MTS worker Rob Nicholls regarding the ministry training strategy's partnership with Geneva Push on the creation of church planter apprentices.  >>>

Posted: 17 May 2016
Understanding the spiritual battle - Q&A by Andrew Heard

Andrew Heard takes questions from the floor after his second talk on the Invisible War.  >>>

Posted: 17 May 2016
Understanding the spiritual battle by Andrew Heard

The account of human history is the account of a spiritual war; you can’t make sense of it without understanding that. Andrew Heard shows how we can stop simply operating in the natural and become churches that truly engage in the supernatural.  >>>

Posted: 17 May 2016
Engaging your community by Stuart Starr

Church planter Stuart Starr boils down evangelism to its most fundamental concept, and shares very simple approaches to witnessing that will free your congregation up from much unnecessary anxiety over witnessing.  >>>

Posted: 17 May 2016
Engaging in the spiritual battle - Q&A by Andrew Heard

Andrew Heard takes questions from the floor after his first talk on the Invisible War.  >>>

Posted: 16 May 2016
Engaging in the spiritual battle by Andrew Heard

There is more going on in the human life than can be accounted for by the physical. Andrew Heard corrects a view of the world that has been largely shaped by materialism and teaches to see both the world and the spiritual realm properly.  >>>

Posted: 16 May 2016
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