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At its foundation, Kairos is a discipleship course that invites participants to consider who they are, where they are, and how God has uniquely qualified them to join Him in His redemptive work--starting right where they are.
Kairos covers four areas of God’s mission. The material reviews the overarching theme of scripture, tracing God’s redemptive mission from Genesis to the end of the age; looks briefly at the history of the mission of God from the end of the book of Acts until now; and then covers the cultural and strategic aspects of God’s mission in today’s world. All the material is integrated together, so participants leave with more clarity on next steps and a good start on a plan of action.
Kairos impacts at a heart level by combining video teaching with hands-on activities, devotions and prayer. Between sessions, participants invest in reading short selections from a wide variety of authors, reflecting on the material, and then processing what it means for their life in facilitated small group discussions. Kairos provides an environment for interaction and reflection, challenging participants toward tangible, ongoing action steps.
The Bible is a book about God on mission, and God has invited us, his people to join him. We believe God’s amazing mission will impact our changing neighbourhoods through ordinary people faithfully finding ways to share the love of Jesus right where they are.
Offered in over 60 countries, and 30 languages, stretching around the globe, Kairos is much more than a course – it’s a movement!
Navigate the intersections; find your place; realign with God. Take Kairos!
Ask adult TCKs about the most challenging transition of their lives, and they'll most likely say, "College" or University.
It's not surprising, really. Where most young people entering higher education have left their home and fmily in another part of the country, TCKs have often left their entire universe behind - the sights, sounds, savors, customs, languages, mentalities, and belief systems of places that have little similarity and relevance in this new world.
This degree of loss, combined with the oddness of re-entering a "home" culture that feels somewhat foreign, can create an emotional-cultural-and-transitional Perfect Storm.
In this article, Michèle outlines ten tips that may help with transition.
What does the church look like when no one is attending? Do we identify the church by the location, facility, staff, programs, and services? If our understanding of the church is tied to these things, then the church may be facing a major crisis right now.
When we take public gatherings and large worship services out of the equation, we still have the people of God, scattered in society where they can be the church.
The Chaplain Ministry for seafarers has had to change & adapt due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Bill shares some of the challenges, and some of the joys of ministering to the seafarers during this season.
The idea that older people can’t participate fully in society, let alone the church, is all too prevalent. Especially when it comes to missions. Pastor Norm suggests Intergenerational Ministry as a possible solution & encourages churches to include people across a variety of ages in church ministry, including short-term mission teams.
Moving a course with a global footprint and a 20+ year track record from a face-to-face delivery model to an online one would normally be a considered, careful experiment, filled with caution, evaluation and review.
Making the pivot in 2 months, with no safety net, has felt at times like jumping out of an airplane into one of those big, black clouds.
When you are tumbling through the storm there isn’t much time to evaluate. But a few months on, still facing ongoing challenges, here are some silver linings that are beginning to gleam ever more clearly.