The one thing that Jude wishes to tell his brothers and sisters is that they should contend in their faith. To contend means to struggle through hardship. And if the last year has taught us anything, it is that this world is full of hardships.
How are we called to contend with our faith this year?
At Contend, we will remind ourselves of the truth that God has entrusted us with. And then we will look at practical ways we can be living out of that truth in the midst of these hardships. Through this, it is our hope that you will walk away feeling ready to contend not only with our present circumstances, but with all the struggles you will experience in this world.
Date: January 15 – 16, 2021
Time: Friday, 7:00 – 8:15 PM PT (Pacific Time Zone)
Time: Saturday, 10:00 – 11:45 AM PT
Cost: Free (on Zoom)
Contact: Richie Speidel ([email protected])
Registration deadline: January 13, 2021
Encountering Jesus Together with Curious Friends
Date: Tuesday, January 19, 2021
Time: 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM PT | 8:30 PM – 9:30 PM ET
Cost: Free (No Fee)
DISCIPLESHIP BEGINS HERE
“The gospel is bearing fruit and growing”
The Apostle Paul wrote these words to the Colossian believers in the first century, and the gospel has continued to grow today!
Join Chris Barrett, the National Director of The Navigators of Canada, as he leads this Discipleship Lab event on what it can look like to encounter Jesus together with curious friends. Chris will share principles from the Scriptures, stories from his experience and practical ideas about investigating Jesus with friends who are looking into the Bible for the first time.
Our Speaker: Chris Barrett
Chris has served as The Navigators’ national director for the past six years, and previously served as the campus leader for the Carleton Navigators. He and his wife Heather are passionate about helping people to follow in the way of Jesus, to invest in others and to do good.
Chris and Heather live in Old Ottawa South with their five children: Emma, Suzannah, Rosalyn, Elijah, and Ruby. Their family is active in their neighbourhood, hosting block parties, recruiting neighbours to help maintain public outdoor hockey rinks in the winter and coaching soccer in the summer.
A note about time (zones)
This is a national event.
Please adjust the times according to your time zone.
New events will be posted when they are ready!