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Mark
Mon Feb 24 2020 19:30
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Nazarene Theological College Cafe, Didsbury, M20 2GU
£35 (£30 unwaged)

Led by a world-renowned New Testament scholar, this class will offer a journey through the Gospel according to…

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Led by a world-renowned New Testament scholar, this class will offer a journey through the Gospel according to Mark, with a particular emphasis on discipleship. What does Mark have to say to us about what it means to follow Jesus? In what ways does Mark offer an image of discipleship? What can Mark say to us in the 21st century? These questions, and many more, will be explored in this course.

Course Leader
Dr Kent Brower, Senior Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Biblical Studies at Nazarene Theological College and author of Mark: A Commentary in the Wesleyan Tradition (2012).

Building thriving families in the 21st Century
Mon Feb 24 2020 19:30
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Nazarene Theological College Cafe, Didsbury, M20 2GU
£35 (£30 unwaged)

What is ‘family’ in the UK today?  Above all it remains primarily an entity where relationships are built…

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What is ‘family’ in the UK today?  Above all it remains primarily an entity where relationships are built up, where love is expressed, and where life is created and/or nurtured.  With support, families can thrive through the big changes of life, and in both the good times and the difficult challenges.  This course will explore the diversity of modern families, the parental roles of mothers and fathers, and some key ways in which families can be helped to thrive, all with reference to biblical examples of family, and good (and not so good!) parenting.

Course Leader
Tony Sharp is the Project Manager of Who Let The Dads Out? at Care for the Family, a national charity which is motivated by Christian compassion to promote strong family life and to help those who face family difficulties. Tony, and other Care for the Family staff with specialist parenting support knowledge will share their passion and experience in supporting mothers and fathers to parent well through all seasons of life.

Is there a Place for Lament Today? The Importance of Lament in our Journey with God
Mon Feb 24 2020 19:30
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Nazarene Theological College Cafe, Didsbury, M20 2GU
£35 (£30 unwaged)

The Bible calls us to be open and honest in our relationship with God. Throughout the Bible, particularly…

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The Bible calls us to be open and honest in our relationship with God. Throughout the Bible, particularly in the Psalms, the story of God includes the open and honest reflections, frustrations, and challenges of God’s people. This course will explore the practice of lament as a part of Christian discipleship and a means by which hope is restored.

Course Leaders
Revd Kat Wood and Revd Dr Joseph Wood. Kat is the pastor of Ashton Church of the Nazarene, a local town centre church in east Manchester. Joseph is lecturer in Church History at Nazarene Theological College, and also a part of the ministry team alongside Kat in Ashton.

Knowing God in Christ
Mon Mar 2 2020 19:00
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Various
From £90

In this course you’ll learn to think theologically through a careful consideration of Christian beliefs about Jesus Christ….

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In this course you’ll learn to think theologically through a careful consideration of Christian beliefs about Jesus Christ. You’ll discover that theology is not a list of facts about what you believe, but a whole way of thinking about God and the world. This is a wonderful way to immerse yourself in the heart of your faith, and will give you a deeper understanding and appreciation of how the way we think about Jesus affects the way we live our lives today. Why not consider including this as a part of your local home group programme during the Spring?

NTC Open Day
Tue Mar 17 2020 10:30
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Nazarene Theological College Cafe, Didsbury, M20 2GU
FREE

At an open day you will have the chance to learn about NTC, the courses we offer, and…

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At an open day you will have the chance to learn about NTC, the courses we offer, and plenty of time for questions! As well as this, you will get to sit in one of our taster classes, have some lunch, enjoy a time of worship in the chapel, and have conversations with students, faculty and staff alike.

Church planting for the 21st century Daring dreamers: Passionate innovators
Fri Apr 17 2020 19:00
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Global Community Church, 8 The Square, 111 Broad Street, Birmingham, B15 1AS
From £90

(This course is being delivered in Birmingham) Church Planting for the 21st Century explores the missional practice of…

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(This course is being delivered in Birmingham)

Church Planting for the 21st Century explores the missional practice of church planting by mapping the current landscape of different ‘traditions’, and models of planting and the healthy principles, processes and practices that are necessary to facilitate and sustain church planters and communities.

NTC Open Evening
Tue Apr 28 2020 19:30
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Nazarene Theological College Cafe, Didsbury, M20 2GU
FREE

Open evenings allow you to pack the most important aspects of NTC into a two-hour visit. Like an…

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Open evenings allow you to pack the most important aspects of NTC into a two-hour visit. Like an open day, you get to meet staff and students, receive helpful information about applying – and all of this over coffee and cake! The evening runs from 7:30pm until around 9:00pm with the programme designed to provide you with a window into life at NTC.

NTC Open Day
Sat Jun 6 2020 12:00
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Nazarene Theological College Cafe, Didsbury, M20 2GU
FREE

At an open day you will have the chance to learn about NTC, the courses we offer, and…

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At an open day you will have the chance to learn about NTC, the courses we offer, and plenty of time for questions! As well as this, you will get to sit in one of our taster classes, have some lunch and have conversations with students, faculty and staff alike.