The Summer Programme is a two-week discipleship programme designed to immerse young men and women in the Word of God bringing them into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

The Cultivate Summer Programme is a two-week discipleship programme designed to immerse young men and women in the Word of God, to bring them into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and to seek God’s will for their lives. The programme will include a series of Bible classes, a three-day Beach Camping Trip, a short missions trip within New Zealand and a collection of practical Workshops, Games/Activities, and Special Events.

JOIN US FOR OUR NEXT SUMMER PROGRAMME

January 7th - 21st, 2021

Programme Highlights

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BIBLE CLASSES | Students will learn how to interpret, understand and apply the Bible together as well as studying through the Scriptures verse by verse.

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KOINONIA | We have several nights devoted to community worship and the hearing of God’s Word with an extended time of worship with the purpose of seeking the Lord.

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ONE-ON-ONE DISCIPLESHIP | We will seek to spend individual time in the Word, prayer, fellowship and systematic training for the purpose of having a ministry in our Student's lives.

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MISSIONS DAY | We will travel within New Zealand and spend a couple days away from campus with the purpose of ministering alongside an established church/ministry.

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BEACH CAMPING TRIP | We will spend a weekend camping on the beach; this will include times of worship and sharing testimonies, loads of volleyball and many Games/ Activities at the beach.

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SPECIAL EVENTS | We have many Special Events each week throughout the programme, including our hyped Ice Cream Extravaganza (I.C.E), our Banquet, our Workshops and other Games/ Activities. These are designed to encourage team unity and have fun.

Programme Schedule

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