This conference is aimed at how to see the Kingdom expand in your everyday life, whether at work, at home or with friends based upon the experience and journey that Hope Community Church Wymondham have been on in the last few years.
Our amazing worship team will lead us throughout the weekend and sessions will look at defining what the Kingdom looks like, how the Kingdom expands and your role in seeing that happen.
We will have seminars for specific areas of life and an opportunity to be prayed and prophesied over.
On the Saturday there will be a number of seminars aimed at specific areas of life, these will be available on a first come, first served basis at registration.
Family: Grantley & Floss Watkins
Our families offer one of the best discipleship models around. Grantley and Floss will give their thoughts and experience from raising three children and now six grandchildren about how to see the Kingdom of God expand in our family life.
Education: Karin Heap
Christians have always cared about the education of our children and young people and Karin will share her experience of how God has used her to see the Kingdom of God in education, through sharing her amazing story.
Healthcare: Matt Hawker
The call to care for others is a ministry in itself and for many Christians this manifests itself in working within the healthcare system. In a system that is driven by targets and funding cuts, expanding the Kingdom is a clear call and Matt will be sharing his experience and methods for seeing this happen.
Youth Seminar: Ben Watkins
When you arrive at the school or college gates, even admitting you are a Christian can be tough, but you can really see the world around you change and make a difference for Jesus. Ben will bring thoughts and practical guidance on how to see the Kingdom of God grow in your setting.
Tea and coffee will be available all day and there will also be a specialist coffee ape where other drinks can be purchased.
Please bring your own lunch or alternatively you can purchase food at the nearby Morrisons, Lidl or Waitrose supermarkets.
Children under the age of 15 are not catered for and there will be no crèche facilities. Young people below 18 and over 15 can attend the conference at a reduced rate with a specific Youth Seminar specifically designed for them.