Marketplace Empowerment

Marketplace Empowerment Seminar.

The Seminar topics will be on the following themes:
•  Finding the way to a better work life
•  Pillars for lasting financial and career breakthroughs
•  Leading a multicultural organization/working in a heterogeneous environment
•  Connecting your work to God’s work
•  How to succeed in difficult terrain

First Name | Etunimi


Last Name | Sukunimi


Email | Sähköposti


City | Kaupunki



Optional: Lunch provided by Mayyet's Kitchen for a fee of 10€.

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Light lunch with Tim Paton

 

Food | Fellowship | Friendship

Light lunch with Tim Paton

What matters most to you? Relationship, finance, studies / career, health, faith? Come, discover and be empowered to accomplish your life’s mission.
Free lunch will be provided after the speech (presentation) by the speaker.

Date:  21.10.2017
Time: 11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Kari (112), Palvelutori – Ison Omena.

Contact: office@newhope.fi for more information.

Register here:

First Name | Etunimi


Last Name | Sukunimi


Email | Sähköposti


City | Kaupunki



About the speaker:

Timothée Paton was born in the volcano region of Central France to Scottish and English missionary parents. In 1999, after serving as a pastor, Timothée was stirred by the needs of the children living on the streets and in the slums of Cambodia. He gave away everything and flew out to Phnom Penh.
Over the years Timothée launched 4 different ministries: ‘The Bridge of Hope’, ‘The Bong Paoun Project’, ‘You’ve Got Talent!’ and more recently ‘GospelTALK’ which seeks to equip public speakers to share the Gospel story in creative ways.

Besides his ministry in Cambodia, Tim travels on every continent, speaking in universities, youth rallies, Bible schools, churches and in the media, challenging young and old to take the Gospel to the least, the lost and the last.
Timothée is based in Kep, South of Cambodia.

The Stirring Conference 2019

The Stirring Conference 2019

with Michael & Linda Livengood (New Zealand)

WORSHIP | REVIVAL | IMPARTATION | HEALING
YLISTYS | HERÄTYS | PARANTUMINEN

FRIDAY 13.9.2019 - 6:30 PM
PERJANTAI  Klo 18:30

SATURDAY 14.9.2019
10:30 AM & 6:30 PM
LAUANTAI Klo 10:30 & Klo 18:30

SUNDAY 15.9.2019 - 10:30 AM
SUNNUNTAI Klo 10:30

 

Konferenssin puhuja

Michael Livengood johtaa omalla nimellään tunnettua palvelutyötä sekä Doorkeepers-järjestöä, jotka hän on perustanut Uuteen Seelantiin. Molempien palvelujärjestöjen tarkoituksena on avata ihmisille mahdollisuuksia kokea Jumalan läsnäoloa, voimaa ja puhtautta. Michael matkustaa yhdessä vaimonsa Lindan kanssa, joka on voideltu lauluja, muusikko, esirukoilija ja puhuja.

Ennen ryhtymistään kiertäväksi puhujaksi Michael toimi pastorina kymmenen vuoden ajan. Sen ansiosta hän on oppinut ymmärtämään, miten paikallisseurakunta voi toimia tehokkaasti. Häntä on kutsuttu ”pastorien evankelistaksi” ja ”pastorien pastoriksi”.

 Evankelistana Michael on matkustanut ja palvellut monissa maissa. Hänen jo ennestään tehokas palvelutyönsä kohosi uudelle tasolle sen jälkeen kun Brownsville Assembly of God -seurakunnassa Pensacolassa vaikuttanut herätys kosketti häntä voimakkaasti.

Yli neljässäkymmenessä niistä kokouksesta, joihin Michael on kutsuttu puhumaan, herätys on puhjennut jollakin tasolla. Tämä on antanut hänelle ainutlaatuisen näkökulman opettaa herätyksestä ja siihen liittyvästä Jumalan kirkkaudesta.

Yksi näistä seurakunnista on kokenut herätystä yli viiden vuoden ajan! Tuosta herätyksestä alkanut toinen liikehdintä on jatkunut nyt yli neljä vuotta. Kolme hänen Uudessa Seelannissa pitämäänsä kokoussarjaa jatkuivat yli neljän kuukauden ajan, ja yksi noista seurakunnista on kokenut Jumalan liikehdintää lähes kahdenkymmenen vuoden ajan.

About the Speaker

Michael Livengood serves as the Founder and President of both Mike Livengood Ministries and Doorkeepers New Zealand. These ministries are dedicated to opening the door for people to experience the presence, power, and purity of God. Michael travels with his wife Linda who is an anointed singer, musician, intercessor and speaker.
Michael is an ordained minister of the Assemblies of God. Prior to itinerant ministry he served as a pastor for ten years providing a base for understanding effective ministry in the local church. He has been called a "Pastor's Evangelist" and a "Pastor's Pastor."

As an evangelist he has travelled and ministered in many countries. An already effective ministry went to new dimensions after being strongly impacted by the revival at the Brownsville Assembly of God.
Over 40 of the meetings Michael has been invited to speak at have “broken open” into revival at some level, giving him a unique perspective to speak into the subject of revival and The Glory Factor. One of those churches has been in revival for more than five years! A spin off of that move is more than four years old. Three meetings in New Zealand ran four months or longer, with one church in a move of God that has run nearly twenty years.

Evangelist Michael Livengood Powerful Testimony

Venue and Direction

Albergan Kartano. Sokerilinnantie 7, 02600 Espoo
(About 400 meters south of Leppävaara train station.)

This is a free event, everyone is welcome

Dynamic Music


Modernia kristillistä musiikkia

Children Sunday School


Innostavaa ohjelmaa lapsille

Welcoming Environment


Ystävällinen ilmapiiri

Life Group


Show compassion to someone

Compassion is a quality that every follower of Jesus must demonstrate. Compassion simply means "sympathy, pity, showing mercy or to give an aid to another." Compassion moves you to take the extra effort in extending a helping hand to someone in need even when it is uncomfortable for you. Jesus is the perfect example of a compassionate person. He was so thoughtful about everyone He came across.

Mark 6:34 reads "When Jesus landed and saw a large crowd, he had compassion on them, because they were like sheep without a shepherd. So he began teaching them many things." In Matthew 15:32, after teaching the people for three days, His disciples wanted to send the people away hungry but He had compassion on them and that resulted in the miracle of feeding thousands of people with five loaves and two fishes. This was the only miracle recorded in all four gospels - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. When you become compassionate, miracles will accompany you because you have become God's outstretched arm of help to others.

You can show compassion today like helping other Christians and non-Christian in meeting their needs in practical ways, sponsoring poor kids in other countries to go to school etc. Most importantly, you should be compassionate about the spiritual well-being / needs of your friends, family members, neighborhood. You can exhibit compassion by praying for them to be saved and taking the extra-step in sharing the good-news of Jesus and inviting them to Church where they can fellowship with other believers and grow in their faith.

Showing compassion is not in words but in action. God will always use a compassionate heart to touch a hurting world. Show compassionate today, join our adopt your street/neighbor/friend prayer evangelism initiative.

Relationships matter

Relationships matter! Yes they matter a lot. You and I are social creatures - made to give love and receive love from God and other people. At creation, God said it was not good for human beings to be alone. He gave Adam a companion named Eve.

Whenever two people get together, whether single, dating or in a marriage, interpersonal relationships are built. Sometimes these relationships are smooth and held together by efficient communication and mutual love, respect and support for each other. Often, these relationships are marked by anger, lies, ego, unforgiveness and personal comfort which leads to unnecessary conflicts.

Is God interested in helping you and me to have a better relationship? What are the pillars for a lasting and happy marriage? Jesus tells us in Matthew 11:28-29 (NLV) "Come to Me, all of you who work and have heavy loads. I will give you rest. Follow My teachings and learn from Me.... " (emphasis mine).

REFRESH SEMINAR with Dr.David and Eileen Courey offers you and I the opportunity to learn how to enhance our relationships and build better marriages. This one day seminar is for singles and married couples. Let's learn together. There is a limited space, click on the link to register. http://www.newhope.fi/refresh-seminar/
God bless. Chima

The best is yet to come!

Bitterness, malice and bad anger are offshoots of unforgiving character. There are people who say, "I will never forgive this fellow for what he did to me." As a Christian, me and you are called to act like Christ and walk in forgiveness. Therefore put away bitterness, malice and anger.

God tells us in Ephesians 4:13 through Apostle Paul , he said "Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice."
Why should you and me put away bitter, malice and anger from our lives? Because it hinders the power and the life of God from flowing effectively through us. . I discovered many years ago that there are no perfect people or place where the temptation of anger, bitterness and malice cannot arise. But we have a perfect God who we can run to when we are burdened with anger, malice and bitterness etc.

Jesus tells us in Matthew 11:28 (NLT) "Then Jesus said, "Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest." I have decided that I won't carry unnecessary burdens, rather I will give it to Jesus in exchange for His rest.  How about you?

The best is yet to come. Be blessed, Chima.

Get Direction

Location

Albergan Kartano
Sokerilinnantie 7
02600 Espoo

News Update

Show compassion to someone

Compassion is a quality that every follower of Jesus must demonstrate. Compassion simply means "sympathy, pity, showing mercy or to give an aid to another." Compassion moves you to take the extra effort in extending a helping hand to someone in need even when it is uncomfortable for you. Jesus is the perfect example of a compassionate person. He was so thoughtful about everyone He came across.

Mark 6:34 reads "When Jesus landed and saw a large crowd, he had compassion on them, because they were like sheep without a shepherd. So he began teaching them many things." In Matthew 15:32, after teaching the people for three days, His disciples wanted to send the people away hungry but He had compassion on them and that resulted in the miracle of feeding thousands of people with five loaves and two fishes. This was the only miracle recorded in all four gospels - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. When you become compassionate, miracles will accompany you because you have become God's outstretched arm of help to others.

You can show compassion today like helping other Christians and non-Christian in meeting their needs in practical ways, sponsoring poor kids in other countries to go to school etc. Most importantly, you should be compassionate about the spiritual well-being / needs of your friends, family members, neighborhood. You can exhibit compassion by praying for them to be saved and taking the extra-step in sharing the good-news of Jesus and inviting them to Church where they can fellowship with other believers and grow in their faith.

Showing compassion is not in words but in action. God will always use a compassionate heart to touch a hurting world. Show compassionate today, join our adopt your street/neighbor/friend prayer evangelism initiative.

Relationships matter

Relationships matter! Yes they matter a lot. You and I are social creatures - made to give love and receive love from God and other people. At creation, God said it was not good for human beings to be alone. He gave Adam a companion named Eve.

Whenever two people get together, whether single, dating or in a marriage, interpersonal relationships are built. Sometimes these relationships are smooth and held together by efficient communication and mutual love, respect and support for each other. Often, these relationships are marked by anger, lies, ego, unforgiveness and personal comfort which leads to unnecessary conflicts.

Is God interested in helping you and me to have a better relationship? What are the pillars for a lasting and happy marriage? Jesus tells us in Matthew 11:28-29 (NLV) "Come to Me, all of you who work and have heavy loads. I will give you rest. Follow My teachings and learn from Me.... " (emphasis mine).

REFRESH SEMINAR with Dr.David and Eileen Courey offers you and I the opportunity to learn how to enhance our relationships and build better marriages. This one day seminar is for singles and married couples. Let's learn together. There is a limited space, click on the link to register. http://www.newhope.fi/refresh-seminar/
God bless. Chima

The best is yet to come!

Bitterness, malice and bad anger are offshoots of unforgiving character. There are people who say, "I will never forgive this fellow for what he did to me." As a Christian, me and you are called to act like Christ and walk in forgiveness. Therefore put away bitterness, malice and anger.

God tells us in Ephesians 4:13 through Apostle Paul , he said "Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice."
Why should you and me put away bitter, malice and anger from our lives? Because it hinders the power and the life of God from flowing effectively through us. . I discovered many years ago that there are no perfect people or place where the temptation of anger, bitterness and malice cannot arise. But we have a perfect God who we can run to when we are burdened with anger, malice and bitterness etc.

Jesus tells us in Matthew 11:28 (NLT) "Then Jesus said, "Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest." I have decided that I won't carry unnecessary burdens, rather I will give it to Jesus in exchange for His rest.  How about you?

The best is yet to come. Be blessed, Chima.

Youth / student evening

Youth / student evening

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Dynamic Music


Modernia kristillistä musiikkia

Children Sunday School


Innostavaa ohjelmaa lapsille

Welcoming Environment


Ystävällinen ilmapiiri

Let's do life together!


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