Missional Consultancy in the form of training and coaching is available to all our Association Churches.
As part of our vision to grow 'healthy churches in relationship for God's mission', our Regional Ministers offer consultancy in the following ways:
Based on 3DM Coaching and tailored to the Welsh context, Coaching Cwtch is a training vehicle which allows participants to go beyond the information in a book or conference to practically apply Lifeshapes tools for discipleship and mission. It operates as 60 minutes sessions on a weekly or fortnightly basis in person using Skype or Zoom.
Big Life Cymru
Based on a global disciple making model that gives practical tools that are simple, biblical and reproductive, so you can share your faith and disciple new believers. Big Life training is all about getting back to basics of how to find spiritually seeking people in your network or neighbourhood. We are delivering training in 2018, you can book tickets for this free training via Facebook, to find out more click here.
Revd. Carl Gidney offers one-to-one pioneer coaching to individuals and leaders seeking a call into missional pursuits within their networks or neighbourhoods. This can be from community housing projects to church planting or replanting.
Delivered by WEBA: Seventy-Two
West of England Baptist Association (WEBA) deliver missional training which might be more suited to some of our churches. Seventy-Two also have a presence at Spring Harvest every year which our Association supports. To find out more about Seventy-Two please click here.
Supplied by WEBA: Good News People
Good News People is a series of studies written by WEBA Regional Minister Alisdair Longwill and Rev. Kevin Durrant. The studies are all available through their website here.
It develops the theme behind the ’50 days of good news’ initiative which some may remember from 2017, and some of the video resources we used then have been adapted to use with this small group study.
The aim of ‘Good News People’ is not to get you to do mission for a month or even two months and then settle back into ‘normal’ Christian living. It is instead designed to be something that helps to change your personal outlook on life.