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CICC Cafe: Living Lightly

  As Christian disciples, we believe that God loves this world and has given each one of us the privilege of looking after it. To do so involves every area of our lives, from our own day-to-day choices, to campaigning and what happens in our churches and workplaces. Ruth Valerio leads A Rocha’s Living Lightly initiative.  She...

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Get a Grip Conference

  A Conference to help church ministers and bible teachers in every context to understand better and to teach confidently, the more controversial passages of the Bible.   Speakers include: Ruth Valerio, Spring Harvest Leadership Team; Living Lightly initiative, A Rocha Rev Jonathan Stephen, Principal, Wales Evangelical School of Theology Rev Alan Hewitt, Senior Pastor,...

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Know Your Neighbour

  The aim of this seminar is to help us develop ‘spiritual friendships’ with people from non-western cultural and religious backgrounds. Steve Bell of Interserve will help us explore how a Christ-like attitude of ‘grace’ can become the medium, the method and the message.  As someone has rightly said: ‘The good news about Jesus needs to come to others wrapped in...

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Fighting Global Poverty

  A question and answer session with Drs Elaine and Alan Storkey as part of the Fellowship of Aberystwyth Christian Staff programme, in partnership with CICC. Elaine is the Director of Education with the Church Army, President of TEAR Fund and a Member High Table, Newnham College, Cambridge.  Alan is an economist, sociologist and artist,...

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Network Ministry Training Course

“Getting it right and getting it across” are the two main objectives of the Network Ministry Training Course.  It aims to equip men and women for more effective leadership in their ministry contexts. The course provides ideal training for church lay assistants, lay leaders and para-church workers.  Some participants are moving towards Christian ministry, some...

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Why God won’t go away!

Another great opportunity to engage with cutting edge thinkers and communicators on contemporary issues! Professor Alister McGrath, of Kings College London Why God won’t go away! Reflections on the New Atheism This event is organised as part of the Swansea University Theology Public Lecture series, and CICC is glad to support it and encourage its...

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Letting the Bible Speak

EFCW Summer conferences 2011 Letting the Bible speak ‘The most precious thing this world affords’ – so the then Archbishop of Canterbury described the Bible at the Queen’s coronation. In the eyes of many people however, sadly even in the church, the Bible is a closed book, neglected as obscure, outdated and irrelevant.  Yet, in...

The Sufferings and the Glories – Booklet
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The Sufferings and the Glories – Booklet

The sufferings of the Messiah and the glories that would follow – a good description of the messianic prophecy in Isaiah’s fourth Servant Song. Paul Hocking sets out the text of this song, based on the principles of Hebrew/biblical poetry, and then provides detailed commentary elucidating the richness of every single line in the song....

Expert Evidence for Easter
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Expert Evidence for Easter

Three short videos by Tyndale House provide evidence for the central events of the Easter narrative: Jesus’ trial before Pilate, his crucifixion and his bodily resurrection. Experts’ Evidence for Jesus’ Trial Dr Dirk Jongkind, a Research Fellow at Tyndale House, pieces together the earliest manuscript evidence for the New Testament and shows how it tells...

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Leadership Academy

  The Leadership Academy exists to train young people to impact their generation by becoming inspirational leaders. It is a head, heart, and hands journey that will: Fill your head with new understanding of Christian leadership Touch your heart, igniting a passion within you to lead & to grow Provide you with hands-on ways to...