Previous Events

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CICC Cafe – Biblefresh Insights II

  By popular demand, this CICC Cafe has returned for a second series – Biblefresh Insights II – Beyond Chapter and Verse. Are you interested in discovering fresh skills to understand the Bible for yourself?  Have you heard a little about the Hebrew / Biblical worldview, and would like to delve into it in a bit more...

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Presumed Consent? A Debate

What do you think about automatically donating your organs when you die? Does the Bible and Christian Faith have anything to say on this matter? Come and join in the conversation on this hot topic at this free CICC Cafe in partnership with CARE. Presumed Consent – Is there a Christian view? Dr Trevor Stammers...

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Owain Glyndwr Pub Debates

  Whatever you think, no matter what your opinion, come along at 7.30pm with an open mind and join in the intellectual carnage! Autumn topics and dates: 30 October:  Is Torture ever justifiable? with Roy Jenkins 27 November:  Is there a place for mysticism in a rational society?  with Rev Dr John Weaver Owain Glyndwr...

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Kinetic Christianity

  This intriguing topic is about connecting the Spirit of God, the People of God and the Gospel of God! The presenter will be Krish Kandiah, who is the Executive Director for Churches in Mission for the Evangelical Alliance. He was formerly Director of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and Tutor in Mission and...

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Spectacular Ordinary Disciples

  In a culture where people are struggling with boredom, meaninglessness and excess, how can Christians experience full, vivid and rich life? Celebrity, money, buying stuff or extra holidays will not do it. Rather, scripture offers us another way to live, a way that is both spectacular and ordinary. To be fully alive and able...

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Leadership and Mistakes

  Great leaders make mistakes. Great leaders have to deal with false assumptions, blind spots and failure. Our lives will be more defined by how well we deal with the mistakes than how we measure our successes. The only way to lead well is to embrace the areas where we are weak or have failed...

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Live Well in a Culture of Perfection

  Our culture calls us to be perfect. We are all supposed to be beautiful, young and wealthy. But this is rarely possible. We have to live in a world where we fail and make mistakes. Accidents happen. The success of our lives will be in how well we deal with our failure rather than...

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Evangelism: Dreaded ‘E’ Word!

Martin Cavender will be delivering this free lecture, entitled “Evangelism – The Dreaded E Word”, as part of the Swansea University Theology Public Lecture series, and CICC is happy to recommend it. Martin Cavender is director of ReSource and former Director of Springboard, the Archbishops’ initiative for evangelism.  He is a founder member of the Archbishop’s...

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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,...