Tuesday 31 July at Ashburnham Place

with Paul Manwaring, Roger & Faith Forster and Ichthus Leaders Phil Tate, Debbie Laycock & Abi Willetts

Calling all Leaders!

If you are in leadership of a church or ministry you will know how problems and challenges can crop up on all sides. You will also know how important it is to formulate strategies for your work, your team and even your family life…

If this rings a bell for you, then Tuesday 31st July is the day for you! These are the issues that will be addressed as we hear from Paul Manwaring (one of the leaders of Bethel Church, California) plus Roger & Faith and the Leadership team of Ichthus.

Whether you’re at Revive for the week, or visiting us for the day, a world of input, prayer, challenge and blessing awaits.

Reserve your place now!

Plan for the Day

10–11am  |  Worship & Word: ‘Habbakuk 2′ – Roger Forster
11.30am-12.45pm  |  ‘Vision & Strategy’ – Paul Manwaring
12.45–2pm  |  Lunch all together followed by Q&A at 1.30pm
2.30–3.30pm  |  Faith for the Future
1. Faith to overcome problems
2. Faith to gather/ lead others
3. Faith for family
3.30pm  |  Tea/Coffee break
4–5pm  |  Praying with leaders & Listening to God
7pm  |  Evening Celebration: ‘Breakthrough in Faith!’ – Paul Manwaring

Paul Manwaring has lived in California since 2001. He returned to live in Europe in January 2017 to pursue a call on his life to be a part of seeing millions of souls saved in Europe. He remains on the Senior Leadership Team of Bethel Church Redding.

On leaving school Paul spent 5 years training and working as a Psychiatric and General nurse before joining the Prison Service and spending 19 years in Prison Management, spending 10 of those years as Deputy Governor or Governor of prisons.

His experience creates a diverse profile and this is expressed in his ministry. He has written on the Glory of God and the goodness of God and he also teaches on the gift of administration and apostolic strategic planning. He is passionate about a united bride and equipping the saints in every career and walk of life to bring about a true reformation.

He has been married to Sue for 37 years, they have two sons and two grandsons who are their pride and joy.

He loves to cook, make great coffee, take photographs and travel, but his greatest joy has become the preaching of the Gospel of the Kingdom.