Chronicles Quarter 3 2018

Welcome back to Chronicles our review of the last three months and what a time we have had this summer.

The team kick-started July with their second Big Convo event of the year: Whats the cost of an education without God? This had and even higher turnout than the last. The topic was on education with believers who work in a variety of positions in the education sector coming together with other believers discussing concerns about up and coming laws that are shaping the lives of future generations. The big Convo events are proving to be very fruitful with insight from key speakers and an excellent networking opportunity. (Please stay tuned for future events by checking out our Eventbrite page).

The team then headed into August with a new theme to explore what it means to be “born again”. Each Sunday the fellowship studied one aspect of this topic in the New Testament from salvation to evangelism, maturity and repentance.

The team transitioned into Autumn with the very first Kingdom Without Walls event, that took place at Haggerston Community Centre. The theme of the evening was born into the kingdom and lost in the church. Speakers on the day were Esther S who is a certified, counsellor, life coach, mental health specialist and inner healer. The second half of the evening brought a message from the founder of Restore Citizenship Frederick T. Both speakers delivered talks that challenged and convicted the audience to reflect on their understanding of their identity and their roles in the Kingdom of God.

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Jokae serves as a deacon in the Islington fellowship. A social housing professional, Jokae supports the ministries reach strategy by leading the co-ordination of internal/external communications, digital campaigns and article publishing.


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