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The Advance Movement is a partnership of over 115 churches, operating on 5 continents. This audio resource includes session recordings from all of Advance's Global, Continental and Regional gatherings since its founding. The sessions cover a wide range of topics, including Biblical exegesis, leadership development, marriage strengthening and personal testimony. Featuring speakers including: Terry Virgo, PJ Smyth, Andrew Wilson, Donnie Griggs, Brett McCracken and many more experienced leaders from around the world.

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The Advance Movement is a partnership of over 115 churches, operating on 5 continents. This audio resource includes session recordings from all of Advance's Global, Continental and Regional gatherings since its founding. The sessions cover a wide range of topics, including Biblical exegesis, leadership development, marriage strengthening and personal testimony. Featuring speakers including: Terry Virgo, PJ Smyth, Andrew Wilson, Donnie Griggs, Brett McCracken and many more experienced leaders from around the world.

    PJ Smyth - The courage and comfort of partnership

    PJ Smyth - The courage and comfort of partnership

    In an unprecedented season of Global uncertainty, PJ Smyth draws parallels with the Phillipian church that found itself in similarly trying circumstances.

    In the midst of an uncertain future Paul writes to the Phillipian church to strengthen them. He reminds them of their status as sons and daughters of their Father God, the wider group of churches and leaders standing shoulder to shoulder with them, and finally the joy of relationships within a local church community.

    These facets of partnership undergird us in tough seasons. They orient us toward eternity, they are affectionate and encourage us first and foremost to come before an almighty Saviour whose arm is not too short to save.

    Finally we are reminded that Paul, finding himself in prison, kept mission front of mind. Through his incarceration the prison guard came to faith. PJ charges each of our churches to courageously reach out to those we are in contact with, as these unique circumstances increasingly create an openness to the Gospel.

    • 33 min
    Mbonisi Malaba - Jonah Part 1

    Mbonisi Malaba - Jonah Part 1

    The Western Cape Hub (South Africa) hosted a Summer Camp for teenagers in Hermanus from 9- 12 January 2020.

    Mbonisi Malaba (One Tribe Church, Nairobi) introduces the 4 part series on Jonah in this talk, working through Jonah's sending, storm and sacrifice. At each point highlighting the parallels of Jonah's story, to our own lives and often times irreverent posture toward God's plan for the world.

    • 37 min
    Stephen Van Rhyn - Jonah Part 2

    Stephen Van Rhyn - Jonah Part 2

    The Western Cape Hub (South Africa) hosted a Summer Camp for teenagers in Hermanus from 9- 12 January 2020.

    In this session Stephen Van Rhyn (Jubilee Community Church, Cape Town) looks at what Jonah's story teaches us about God's grace; it disciplines and intervenes to save us. Stephen highlights key moments: Jonah's disobedience and his subsequent respectful retreat from God's request; God sending a storm as grace to Jonah; God sending a whale as grace to Jonah.

    • 25 min
    Mbonisi Malaba - Jonah Part 3

    Mbonisi Malaba - Jonah Part 3

    The Western Cape Hub (South Africa) hosted a Summer Camp for teenagers in Hermanus from 9- 12 January 2020.

    A prophet smelling like fish vomit, preaches the world worst sermon.... and the Ninevites believe it. Mbonisi Malaba (One Tribe Church, Nairobi) unpacks four important parts of this profound moment of God's Grace entering a hopeless situation.

    • 40 min
    Stephen Van Rhyn - Jonah Part 4

    Stephen Van Rhyn - Jonah Part 4

    The Western Cape Hub (South Africa) hosted a Summer Camp for teenagers in Hermanus from 9- 12 January 2020.

    Session 4 by Stephen Van Rhyn (Jubilee Community Church, Cape Town)

    Shockingly, Jonah delivers his 5 word sermon of impending destruction but does not tell the Ninevites that God will relent if they repent! When they repent, and God relents, Jonah is outraged,

    Jonah had a personal experience of God's grace in his own life, but he had not let the Gospel sink deep into his heart. Though a beneficiary of God's grace already, he can't stand to see his enemies as recipients of the very same grace.

    The real theme of this book is revealed in the final session: Our great God's great concern, for the great city of Nineveh.

    Will we model Jonah or Jesus' willingness to see the goodness of God come to all people?

    • 28 min
    Matt Hosier - Living in exile

    Matt Hosier - Living in exile

    The UK Conference was hosted at KCC, Southampton. 15 - 16 November 2019.

    The story of Samson is both comic (killing a thousand men with a donkey’s jawbone) and brutal (killing a thousand men with a donkey’s jawbone). It is also a story rich in applications for us. In his encounter with Delilah (told in Judges 16), Samson provides us with a picture and metaphor of the dangers of entanglement with the world. Rather than fall into the mistakes made by Samson we need to remember our status as exiles.

    • 42 min

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