As I’ve been working with churches around the UK over the last 4 years, I’ve noticed that many leaders and churches are grappling with busyness, struggling budgets, multiple programmes, and high demand projects, but don’t feel they are being particularly effective in seeing lost people come to faith or in raising healthy and motivated disciples and leaders in the life of the church.
The idea of growing communities of believers where discipleship is the air they breathe, mission the thing that gets them out of bed in the morning, and community the place where they find their most important extended family relationships – is a mere dream. The thought that these groups could also be the most fertile place for growing leaders for the future is a distant hope!
Kairos Connexion supports leaders and equips churches to be effective in mission, discipleship, community and growing leaders. Our strapline is ‘raising missionary disciples’. Over the years we have developed numerous principles and practices that have blessed hundreds and hundreds of leaders across the UK. We are now offering this same training through a ‘whole church, easy access, quick win, low cost’ approach.
Join us for a taster days in either Cambridge or Liverpool to start this journey.
We suspect some data has been compromised in the Typeform breach.
No personal data is affected.
We were notified on Friday 29th June at 5:47pm that Typeform, a company we have used to collect survey results, has suffered a data breach. Our initial investigations confirm that no personal data has been compromised because the affected files did not collect any personal data. We would like to reassure you that your personal data e.g. name, address, date of birth or bank details have not been affected by this data breach. We are currently reviewing our relationship with Typeform.
So, along with every other organisation you’re connected to in the EU, we’ve updated our data privacy notice in line with the new GDPR regulations. If you’re interested in reading it you can find it here.
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Brandon Schaefer from Five Capitals is coming to the Kx North West Hub on September 14th & 15th. The Kx hub leaders recently spent some time with Brandon and found his input extremely helpful.
This is how Five Capitals describe what they do:
What does it look like to consistently live out a life that’s integrated, full, and impactful? It starts with our priorities, how we view them and live them out. To help participants assess and sort out the
priorities of life – we help them discern the “capital” they have in their life. Where do they have time, resources, insights, experiences, relationships to invest to truly and intentionally go after what they desire for their life?
More details about programme and how to book are coming soon, but it will include a focus on business leaders and entrepreneurs and being a disciple in the workplace.
If you can’t get to the event in September or if you want to get into some of Brandon’s teaching before then, he has let us know about a 5-week webinar series on ‘The Four Essentials of Business’ which is starting next week on Thursday 3rd May. Click here for a flyer with more details. Brandon has given Kx subscribers a gift – if you sign up and use the code “ThriveWithEssentials”you will get a $75 discount.
Here is an exciting opportunity, linked to one of our Kx Hubs, from Dave Hammond.
Burton Green is a small village on the edge of Coventry. HS2 will come very close, houses have been sold to pave the way.
It has 30 years of prophecy over it. About a flag being raised their and precipitating a move of God across the city. It has been prayed for faithfully through the whole time.
It sits in 3 different Anglican parishes, it’s affluent, its comfortable, but deeply affected by HS2.
There is a church service led by faithful older folk on the first Sunday of the month with 20-30 gathering. It is highly likely that 400 new houses will be built in the area and the small church primary school will be expanded.
It is just down the road from St John’s, Westwood. We have a band of about 8-10 people interested in, no passionate about building a kingdom expression in the village.
There is no leader, I keep trying to find a way to call someone to lead these efforts, but to no avail. As a movement we have talked about planting. Here is an opportunity.
Are there missionaries in the movement who would be interested to find out more?