You will be trained and activated (kick-started) to step out in faith: healing the sick, preaching the Gospel, baptizing in water and in the Holy Spirit, and making disciples. You will receive solid Bible teaching, and we will also go out on the streets in small groups to help ‘kickstart’ you.

In the Book of Acts, we read that God was using ordinary people to do extraordinary things. The church was growing fast and believers were being filled with the Holy Spirit, and the disciples preached, healed, delivered, and baptized in water and in the Holy Spirit.

The apostle Paul emphasizes the importance of acting in (supernatural) power:

‘My message and my preaching were not with wise and persuasive words, but with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power, so that your faith might not rest on human wisdom, but on God’s power.’ (1 Cor. 2:4-5, NIV)

This was the ‘normal Christian life’ for a disciple of Jesus Christ. Is this kind of life still for today? Are we as disciples of Jesus still called to do these same ‘Acts’?

Yes! We believe this is still for today and for every believer who wants to be a disciple of the Lord Jesus.

Our seminar is a 3-day hands-on teaching on discipleship.
The teachings will be very practical and will include going out on the streets, healing the sick, and preaching the gospel. Team members will provide some instruction.
Our program is planned to be generally as follows:

Day One
09:00am: Doors Open
10:00am: Teaching
13:30pm: Lunch/Outreach
19:00pm: Teaching, testimonies and open meeting for all

Day Two
09:00am: Doors Open
10:00am: Teaching
12:30pm: Lunch
14:00pm: Baptism and outreach
19:00pm: Teaching, testimonies and open meeting for all

Day Three
09:00am: Doors Open
10:00am: Teaching/Sermon/Wrapping up (Q&A if needed)
14:00pm: All activities expected to be finished

The event is free, but we will take up a gift in the evenings to help the team to cover the costs.

All attendees are responsible for their own meals, lodging and travel arrangements.

Children are welcome, provided they do not disrupt the seminar. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times during the event.