Towards A New Theology and Practice of Liberation: A course for ministry workers in London, September 10-13, 2014
Pastors and ministry workers encounter obstacles to personal and social transformation that push us deeper into Scripture, God’s Presence and the larger body of Christ in search of approaches that bring breakthrough. The objective of this conference is to train ministry practitioners in hands on approaches to personal deliverance and spiritual warfare. How do we advance the Kingdom of God amidst the micro and macro powers of this world that oppose Jesus’ reign? Topics to be covered include:
A Biblical theology of personal and territorial liberation
- Liberation as life vs. death rather than good vs. evil (morality)
- Growing in the discernment of spirits and prophetic ministry.
- Knowing and appropriating our authority in Christ
- Distinguishing and confronting maladies of body, soul and spirit
- The place of repentance and forgiveness in deliverance.
- The place of counseling, spiritual direction and discipleship for promoting and maintaining freedom.
When: September 10-13, 2014
Where: All Saints Woodford Wells, London
Cost: Participants are responsible for accommodation & meals. Freewill offering
Who can come? Christians interested in growing in the practice of deliverance. Space limited to 60 participants. Write for more info or to sign up.
Contact: Anne Park at
Pastor Gilles Boucomont and his team from Eglise Unie Protestante du Marais in Paris (http://temple.dumarais.fr) have a lot to share based on years of one-on-one ministry appointments and theological reflection. We have organized a course in English for pastors and leaders in churches or ministries who feel a need to learn more about holistic liberation. There is limited space available. Read the description below and respond if you’d like to attend.
Gilles Boucomont, Pastor of Eglise Reformée du Marais. Gilles is seeing rapid growth in a historic Protestant church in the heart of Paris, in a ministry that integrates worship, biblical teaching, hospitality, and deliverance. He has written two books in French on deliverance, Au Nom de Jésus: Liberer le Corps, l’Ame, l’Esprit, Lyon: Editions Première Partie, 2010 and Au Nom de Jésus: Mener le Bon Combat, Lyon: Editions Première Partie, 2011.
Bob Ekblad, Pastor in the Presbyterian Church (USA) and lecturer in Biblical studies and Mission at Westminster Thelogical Centre in the UK, is on special assignment with Tierra Nueva in France. He is author of Reading the Bible with the Damned, Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2005 and A New Christian Manifesto: Pledging Allegiance to the Kingdom of God, 2008.