Reconciliation Seminar, Kona, Hawaii, April 2016

For God was pleased to have all his fullness dwell in him,and through him to reconcile to himself all things, whether things on earth or things in heaven, by making peace through his blood, shed on the cross
Colossians 1:19-20

The purpose of this course is to contribute to empowering and aligning the mind-sets of Christians, Christian workers and ministry leaders by equipping and empowering them with the Biblical understanding of reconciliation. This includes learning about the heart of God for the diversity of His people and nations, the work of Christ on the cross for all people, without exceptions, and will seek to address any present distortions.

It will aim also to discern how to correct and heal historic and present wounds that have tainted the view people have of God, Jesus Christ and His glorious Gospel, hence inspiring participants to seek always to take the Gospel to the core of individual and community lives and in this way to effectively reach out and disciple them.

Students will be provided with ample opportunities to personally grow and mature in different aspects of their lives and calling as pertaining to reconciliation, peacemaking, the heart of God for the diversity of people and ethnicity He created.

Some topics

  • Understand biblical reconciliation
  • Understand principles and steps to bring about reconciliation
  • The centrality of the Cross of Jesus Christ as the reference point for effective reconciliation and peace making
  • Diversity versus uniformity
  • Peace and justice from a Biblical worldview…

Seminar leader and contact info

Joseph ZintsemeJoseph with Drum

School Contact Details

Dates

April 7-May 22 at the University of the Nations/YWAM Campus in Kona, Hawaii

Cost

Guest

Category A      $US 2,490

Category B      $US 2,122

Category C      $US 1,570

YWAMer

Category A      $US 2,030

Category B      $US 1,754

Category C      $US 1,340

Kona Staff

$US 650

Two weeks outreach option opportunity will be available for students to choose in order to apply and experience what they have learned on reconciliation and peace-making.

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