Faith to follow – Faith to take risks – Faith to dream the impossible
Come on a faith adventure with God and be inspired to dream big. Let God blow your mind with what He can do through you. Dare to jump with God and let your faith grow.
The September 2011 DTS is the place to dream and take action. It will take you from the “I can’t” to the “I can” with God. It is a time to become an empowered world changer, to experience the biggest radical of them all, and to follow in His footsteps.
We are excited to be able to host speakers from all around the world who will be imparting their experience and wisdom on topics such as:
– the Nature and Character of God
– Hearing God’s voice
– Intimacy with God
– Worldview and Missions
– and many more!
In addition to the teaching we will be taking part in a gathering of DTS’s from all around England and parts of Europe in the city of London. It’s an exciting opportunity to take a glimpse into YWAM England’s preparations for the 2012 Olympics.
The September 2011 DTS will be the first ever DTS in Carlisle to have a faith week! Faith week is the opportunity to step out in faith and to trust God in a practical way. It means trusting God for the big and the small, seeing His provision on a daily basis and meeting people along the way. Find out more this coming autumn…
The September 2011 DTS will be impacting Western Europe with God’s transformational love. During these nine weeks of Outreach we will be sharing God’s love in two or three European nations. Be ready to experience God meeting you as you step out in faith. It’s a time of discovering more of your passions and gifting; get a taste of the many possibilities available in the world of missions and take your first steps towards living your dream.
Lecture Phase: 18th September – 20th December
Outreach Phase: 30th December – 8th March
For more information e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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