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These look to be an interesting studies that will help solidify the believer’s standing on key areas.
The free public lectures will be held in The Faith Mission Centre, Edinburgh.
More details here.
Come and browse extensive books, DVDs and resources. Coffee & refreshment provided. Bring your own lunch. Registration is free. A retiring offering will be received.
Venue: Carrubbers Christian Centre, 65 High Street, Edinburgh,
Learn how to share the good news about Jesus in a multi-cultural society.
This practical workshop programme will help you to communicate the gospel in an authentic way with your friends, neighbours and colleagues.
You will also gather evidence to support your answers to many common objections to the Christian faith.
Mondays at 7.30pm from 21st September.
A free course!
Full details and registration here.
The Workshop will be led by Professor Winfred Neely from Moody Bible Institute.
Friday 19th June 2015 from 10am to 3pm at The Faith Mission Centre, 2 Drum Street, Edinburgh, EH17 8QG.
Please reserve your place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.theheraldstrust.org for more information.
There is no cost for this workshop but places are strictly limited.
Tea, coffee and lunch will be provided on the day.
Second year students will present their dissertations and deal with some theological and practical questions from the floor
The event takes place in The Faith Mission Centre, 548 Gilmerton Road, Edinburgh, EH17 7JD.
Please let us know if you plan to attend.
There are three staff vacancies to be filled during the summer. The Application Form is available here.
1. Bible College Registrar
This is a senior leadership appointment and the Bible College Registrar will handle all the operational aspects of the Bible College, such as student recruitment, educational and legal compliance, course scheduling.
The College Registrar will manage the outworking of the Bible College’s ethos and mission delivered by the operations team and in all operational areas. The Registrar will ensure that financial reporting and the delivery of services is efficient and meets the very highest standards demanded of a Christian Bible College.
They will work very closely with the Principal and Vice Principal to support the operational aspects of the curriculum and to enhance the student experience.
2. House Parent /House Keeper
The House Parent/House Keeper will (working in close partnership with other College staff) take a proactive interest in maintaining the physical, emotional, spiritual and mental wellbeing of all of the students residing on the campus.
The House Parent/House Keeper will ensure that the College building, common areas and guest accommodation is maintained to the very highest standards of cleanliness and maintained in a manner that is appropriate to a Christian College and UK Academic Institution.
3. Maintenance & Repair Worker
The Maintenance and Repair Worker will work in alignment with the College’s Ethos and Mission. Principally, responsible for carrying out all types of handyman works/repairs quickly and efficiently in accordance with Health and Safety legislation but also working with College Students helping to equip them with practical skills that can support their future Christian Ministry.
Based at the Faith Mission Bible College, it is anticipated that the majority of their work will be around the Gilmerton site but may be involved with other Faith Mission properties from time to time.
The role will involve preparing students for the practical aspects of their future Christian ministry in camp centres and field work, through a programme of scheduled practical work. Working in close partnership with other members of the operational team and other academic staff, they will mentor students as directed by the College Registrar.
An organisational chart is shown below:
Craig Dyer from Christianity Explored, Scotland, is running the training day and we are simply hosting it.
There is no charge for the training apart from that of an optional mid-day meal at £6.00.
The day will look like this.
10.00am - 11.00am Session 1
11.00am - 11.30am Coffee Break
11.30am - 12.50pm Session 2
1.00pm - 2.00pm Lunch
2.00pm - 3.00pm Session 3
3.00pm - 3.30pm Q & A Session with Craig
If you would like to come, just pre-register by sending an email to email@example.com, indicating whether you require lunch (£6).
Monday 19th to Friday 23rd January 2015
The Faith Mission Bible College, Edinburgh
You'll find this conference helpful if:
The inaugural Pathways Conference will launch over a weekend at the end of January 2015 at the Erskine Bridge Hotel, just 20 minutes from Glasgow.
From 7pm on Friday 30th January, to lunchtime on Sunday 1st February, there is a programme with great teaching, great seminars and lots of time for conversation over coffee and food.
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