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Alpha with Nicky Gumbel

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This series features Alpha pioneer Nicky Gumbel presenting each topic with humorous anecdotes, personal experiences and Biblical relevancy. The talks (29 minutes each) were filmed at Holy Trinity Brompton, where Alpha first began.

15 talks – 11 weeks / Nicky Gumbel

This series features Alpha pioneer Nicky Gumbel presenting each topic with humorous anecdotes, personal experiences and Biblical relevancy. The talks (29 minutes each) were filmed at Holy Trinity Brompton, where Alpha first began.

  • 15 Sessions
  • 11 Weeks
  • Available in 6 languages

Presenters

Nicky Gumbel

Nicky is the pioneer of Alpha, pastor of Holy Trinity Brompton, author of many books including Questions of Life and Searching Issues, and the author of the free Bible reading app Bible in One Year.

FAITH AND JUSTICE

Workshops in this Track

Navigating the Waters of Faith and Politics

Speakers: John Wentz, Executive Director, Alpha USA, and Josh Williams, Associate National Director of Evangelism and Justice, Vineyard USA

This election year is ramping up to be as polarized as ever. Equip yourself and your teams to navigate the choppy waters of faith and politics during an election cycle. We have a massive opportunity to bring the goodness of God into these conversations or to leave people feeling alienated. Learn five top tips to help your conversations be filled with grace and truth and leave people feeling heard and honored.

Lessons in Evangelism from MLK’s nonviolent Movement

Speaker: Josh Williams, Associate National Director of Evangelism and Justice, Vineyard USA

How should the Church respond in the face of injustice? Hear how lessons from Martin Luther King Jr.’s nonviolent movement provide tools to speak out against injustice while presenting a compelling case for the gospel. Josh Williams, associate national director for evangelism and justice for Vineyard USA will host this workshop where you will hear stories and learn tangible practices for engaging injustice while extending the invitation for people to encounter Jesus.

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