These courses were taught live at our Ministry Training Centre in Northern England. We have had such a positive response to them, that we thought we'd continue to make them available. They were taught on Friday nights, as 6 or 8 week topical studies. Although they were taught between 15 and 20 years ago, and there has been new and fresh revelation since, God's principles are timeless and His word remains unchanging.
These resources are available either as downloadable MP3s, or to listen online. For better comprehension, it is suggested that you listen in the order presented below, as some of the later classes assume an understanding of principles revealed in the earlier courses.
At each course page there are more detailed descriptions of each course, and audio streams to the individual sessions. There are also download links to the audio and to PDF files of the outlines used in the live classes, formatted for either A4 or US Letter size paper, so you can follow along with the teaching and take notes if you so desire.
Hearing the Voice of God
There are many Christians who accept that Jesus rose from the dead. Surprisingly, however, many of them are unaware that He continues to speak and reveal Himself to His people today. This six session course brings the Biblical basis for the fact that God desires to, and continues to, communicate with His people.
God’s Eternal Plan
The way we answer five fundamental questions determines the way we live. This course asks and answers those five questions from a Biblical perspective.
God’s Plan for the Church
Continuing on from God's Eternal Plan, this course examines God's plan for the Church from a Biblical perspective.
Principles of Worship - Developing Intimacy With God
Jesus taught that the Father seeks those that worship Him in Spirit and in Truth (John 4:23-24). For those who desire to become that kind of worshipper, this course is a must. This class was specifically designed to help believers discover and develop the personal intimacy with God that seems to be so elusive in contemporary Christian life.
The Tabernacle of David
(Acts 15:16-17) refers to God restoring the "Tabernacle of David" so that the "rest of mankind may seek the Lord". Many believers, however, have no idea how that applies to our lives today. This course, along with 14 Davidic Principles seeks to unravel the mystery surrounding David's Tabernacle in order that we might truly become worshippers in Spirit and in Truth (John 4:24).
14 Davidic Principles
This course is a continuation of The Tabernacle of David and looks at 14 principles of worship that King David instituted as he returned the Ark of the Covenant to Israel.
Walking in the Holy Spirit
In spite of the fact that Jesus Himself said that He sent the Holy Spirit to be our Guide, Teacher, Comforter, and Helper, many Christians have never endeavored to discover just who the Holy Spirit is and how He works in our lives. This course is highly recommended for those desiring a greater understanding of the Holy Spirit and walking the Spirit-filled Christian life.
The Authority of the Believer
In this course, we take a fresh approach to the topic of authority, asking some challenging questions about some deeply held traditional concepts. What does the Bible really tell us about our authority and how it should be used? Faith is stirred and the Biblical foundation for the believer's authority is also established.
Lies We Believe
Lies. We've all heard them, few of us want to operate out of them, and most of us don't believe them. Or do we?
If you find yourself in a state of spiritual dryness, if you've been asking, "Where are You, Lord?" ... or if your walk with God seems to be nothing more than an endless chain of religious obligations devoid of meaning or life, then this course may be for you.
Digging for Silver in the Word
Most of us have been taught that we should study the Bible, but we've never been given much guidance as to how to study it. This course examines principles, methods, materials, and types of study that will enhance our understanding of the Scriptures. The course was taught in early 2001, so some of the resources we covered are a bit antiquated. The principles we cover, however, are timeless!