Andrew brings clarity to the role of the Apostolic in the life of the local church.
ow wonderful it was to see close to 20 people respond to Jesus over the course of the weekend – souls rescued, eternities changed!
One of the most incredible aspects of being a F12 partnering church, is the strong relationships formed by the leaders and saints of one church to another.
Whilst ‘GOING’ undeniably takes us out of our comfort zones, there is so much more God can do in our own hearts when we allow him to stretch us.
It’s difficult to capture in words what our God did in and amongst us during our recent European Four12 Conference in the Isle of Man. Those who attended will say with certainty that their lives will never be the same.
As saints and partners in Christ, over the weekend we had the opportunity to be a part of building cross-cultural kingdom partnerships.
We have had a lot of people from Four12 partnering churches come and visit us. Some people drove more than 8 hours on just to support us on a Sunday morning.
After moving to Malawi in February 2019, we settled into the capital city, Lilongwe and faced the many joys and challenges of moving to a new place, with a new culture.
How can we can be a part of providing aid for our partnering churches in Zimbabwe during this difficult time? Watch this clip from Cliff Hiscock and Johane Musviba…
The world stares in unbelief at the irony of a drought-stricken nation now flooded after the heavy rains that developed into a cyclone striking Mozambique, Zimbabwe and affecting Malawi severely.
How does partnership and mutual submission play out in relating to the apostolic?
Covenant Life Church announced some exciting changes that will be happening in 2019! Take a look at the clip to find out more…
The biggest encouragement we have experienced since partnering with Four12, is the reassurance that we are not alone on this journey.
I discovered that true rest comes in abiding in the Father and obedience to his will and there is a great encouragement in seeing His Kingdom advance across the world.
What did Mike experience at the 2018 Four12 School of Evangelism in South Africa? Watch this great video testimony from Mike and be encouraged by what God is doing amongst us.
Throughout the outreach we spent time sharing our testimonies and praying for each other, meeting in homes and forming amazing new relationships.
Going on outreaches means being R.F.A. (Ready For Anything) and full of faith for God to perform many signs and wonders.
The music team led us in Xhosa and English worship and it was such a powerful picture of what heaven might look like one day when every nation, tribe and tongue will worship.
What seemed like an eternity (and a bit like a little dress rehearsal), turned out to be God, setting me up for something far greater.
It was so special, and it was just the beginning of a powerful army rising up to represent Jesus in Europe, one which I am sure will move in influence and significance as the Lord builds His house amongst us.
Andrew Selley examines several trends in what are commonly referred to as “apostolic networks” such as the “growth at all cost” mentality and how these impact on church health.
Andrew Selley continues to unpack what is meant by the contemporary term “apostolic network” and discusses what is urgently needed from an Apostolic relationship in order for our churches to navigate the storms of our times.
Andrew Selley investigates the contemporary term “apostolic network” along with the unhealthy perceptions that often underpin it and gives some keys on how to recognise an authentic “apostolic partnership”.
God is using Firebrand Church to reach the lost, broken and hurting in an area of Dublin that has become known for gangsterism, drugs, murders and suicides.
The locals there live with no running water or toilet facilities, and for our stay, a ‘long drop’ toilet facility served our needs.
We truly were blown away by the overwhelming love, joy and warmth of welcome into the lives, homes, fridges and hearts of our Four12 family in Richards Bay.
I am beyond grateful to have had the opportunity to come over to the Isle of Man to love and serve the church here, to learn, to grow, and to build relationships with people from across the nations.
How amazing is the family of God across the world? We recently returned from South Africa after 3 weeks of travelling across the Garden Route from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth.
Therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out labourers, we have unique opportunity to raise up leaders and impact the Church in Zambia
As I move into the next eight seconds He has the reins. I know the ride will be wild but there is no other way to face it other than with Jesus at the reins
I know that the Lord has so much more for Dublin and the Isle of Man, and that’s what I pray for each of us: that we will move into the more of what God has for us here and now and not settle.
That’s how Oxygen Life Church was planted 15 years ago, and it’s time to do it again for the third time! In ten weeks, mid-February 2017
We are a small church but growing steadily and with an amazing hunger for the Presence of the Lord. I am consistently getting feedback from people of how loved they feel.
I believe the same applies to local churches. One church breaking through into more can have a radical impact on the mindsets of so many others. One church partnering properly
We had five folk from our The Gathering Place travel down with us to Cape Town to attend the conference, and since returning home they have not ceased to express how thoroughly they were blessed
Not able to be at the Four12 conference in Cape Town? I’ve got you covered! Here’s how the first day unfolded…