Friday, June 14th: 7PM – 9:30PM
Saturday, June 15th: 8AM – 2PM
Cost: $10. Light refreshment will be provided on Friday evening and light breakfast & Lunch will be provided on Saturday. You will also receive a workbook from the seminar.
Missionary Scott Brown from Celebrate Messiah New Zealand will be here on June 14th & 15th, where he will be offering an interactive seminar on Intentional One-on-One Disciple Making.
When you look at the disciple-making relationships in the Scriptures (Moses-Joshua, Elijah-Elisha, Paul-Timothy, Jesus-disciples, etc) you don’t see the casual, laissez faire behaviors prevalent in Western Christianity. They came together for the purpose of spiritual growth. When we bring intentionality into our disciple making relationships, it changes everything!
This workshop will debunk the myth that disciple-making is for professional Christians only; rather, it is an “as you are going” discipline for every Christ-follower. The seminar emphasizes that disciple making works at every level of Christian maturity, and that it is not reserved for Bible scholars and trained counselors. It is the everyday ministry of the everyday believer.
WHO IS SCOTT BROWN?
Scott Brown is a Jewish believer in Jesus who has been sharing the Good News of the Messiah with Jewish people for the past 30 years. Raised in a traditional Jewish home in the suburbs of Washington D.C., Scott began his spiritual journey by moving into the woods and living a solitary life. It was there that a co-worker gave Scott a pocket New Testament. That little Bible launched a crisis of faith which eventuated in Scott’s salvation seven years later.
Scott entered full time missionary service with Chosen People Ministries in 1988 and planted Son of David Congregation (SODC) in Maryland, which later birthed another messianic congregation – Sar Shalom Fellowship – in Northern Virginia. Both congregations continue to flourish to this day, and have been used of God to make many disciples among Jewish people.
After 19 fruitful years of pastoral leadership at SODC, Scott, along with his wife Marjorie and four of their seven children, moved to the south island of New Zealand where Scott is serving as National Director of Celebrate Messiah New Zealand. Scott and his team are reaching out to thousands of Israeli and other international tourists whose physical journeys are often attended with spiritual quests. Through seminars, conferences and church meetings, Scott is also equipping Christians throughout New Zealand with a broader understanding of Israel in prophecy, and the Jewish roots of Christianity.