Glorious Jesus first and last
at Cornerstone Church, Nottingham
on Saturday 7 October, 2017 (East) or
at Renewal Conference Centre, Solihull
on Saturday 14 October, 2017 (West)
Speaker – Andrea TrevennaDownload PDF Flyer
Welcome & Session 1: Revelation 1
Singing in the main hall
Welcome & Session 1: Revelation 21
Andrea is the “Associate for Women’s Ministry” at St Nicholas church in Sevenoaks where she has served on the staff team for the past 14 years. Before she joined the staff team there she lived in Wimbledon and was a primary school teacher in Croydon. She is a regular conference speaker and also the author of “The Heart of Singleness- How to be Single and Satisfied”. She enjoys cooking, going to the theatre and spending time with her 13 godchildren.
Glory in the mundane
Here and now life can sometimes be dull and mundane yet Revelation is full of glorious pictures of God, heaven and our future life with Jesus. How can we do our everyday tasks with joy? How can we remember glorious Jesus from first to last even when life seems far from glorious?
How can I read Revelation for myself?
Have you ever wondered how on earth you could read Revelation for yourself, or even to help someone else to read and understand it? Come and find out the way this strange book works, what it means and how we can know God through reading and teaching it.
Intentional conversations about Jesus
Talking things over with a friend can be so good as it lifts our burdens and shares the load. Those conversations can also point us to Jesus and His word. Come and find out how to make your everyday conversations more intentional as you look for times when you can use your words and God’s word for good.
Mission at home and away
Amy Carmichael took in hundreds of children, rescuing them from temple prostitution and sharing Jesus with them. This year is 150 years since her birth. Today, Christian women are dedicated to sharing God’s restoring love with women in Leicester’s sex industry through the work of Saffires. Come and be inspired by hearing about mission here and now, as well as there and then.
Know your enemy, Know your God
Once we know God through Jesus … we find that we are engaged in a spiritual battle with some powerful enemies. Our culture around us is a strong influence. How can we fight against the devil’s schemes, the ways of the world and our own sinful desires that lure us away from Jesus? We need to know our enemy and know our God.