We are offering a Mid-Level training in Tokyo at the Ochanomizu Christian Center on February 22nd and 23rd. (18:30 to 21:00 on Friday and 10:00 to 17:00 on Saturday.) We would love to see you there!
A Mid-Level training is for anyone who has taken the basic Level 1 training and has begun to use the tools. If you have been trained in Level 1 and have begun sharing the gospel with people who do not know Jesus, you have tried leading a group using the Three Thirds or have trained others in the 411, then you are welcome to attend!
We will spend time together in the Word looking again at the Four Fields Strategy in the life of Jesus and learning from and encouraging one another based on our experiences of using the training. We will do this through the use of “Iron on Iron’s”.
In preparation for the training, please think and pray about what your current biggest questions and challenges are for multiplying disciples and churches in your city.
Also, for preparation, please do the Bible study below and try and share your 30-second testimony (with a question!) with 5 people between now and the date of the training. If you need help with this, feel free to go with someone else who is more confident to assist you. You can also pray and ask God to bring you opportunities to share in your daily life and give you boldness to take them. He is always happy to answer!
Usually, we see God do some wonderful things in and through us even through the preparation work.
Please feel free to ask if you have questions. I really look forward to seeing each of you again!
Blessings in Christ, David Cervenka
In preparation, please read the following passages and ask the questions below.
1. How did Jesus and the Apostles enter a new area? How did they begin connecting with people?
2. How did Jesus and the Apostles share the gospel?
3. How did Jesus and the Apostles help new disciples grow?
4. How did Jesus and the Apostles gather believers into groups? How did they form churches?
5. Who were the leaders that Jesus and Apostles focused on? How did they develop these leaders?