Join us for a night of teaching with the Resurgence community. In the Fall of 2013 we launched a series of teaching nights focused on the core values and culture of Resurgence. We believe that Resurgence is more than just a monthly service or gathering…but a call to live out a lifestyle. Thus, we are committed to seeing these values taught, modeled, and lived out.
Our next teaching night is February 10th at 7pm. David Heavenor from our lead team will be sharing on cultivating the Fruit of the Spirit in Christian community, recognizing that we have our own cultural blinders that inhibit our understanding of the Bible. The teaching will explore how we can cultivate the core value of Love in the midst of our culture, which promotes market-style exchanges in everything that we do. It will also identify and help to discern some of the solutions to the ways that our culture unhealthily colours our understanding of scripture, including culture’s relentless focus on individuality, buying and selling, and distorted depictions of love.
A lifestyle of Resurgence involves putting what we’ve learned to practice. The format of the teaching night will be around tables where teaching will be followed by group discussion, prayer, and interaction. This is a great opportunity to grow in the things of God while meeting new people and learning from each other in community.
The teaching night is free. A love offering will be taken.
Monday February 10, 2014 7:00PM-9:30PM
New Hope Christian Assembly – Basement (7625 89 St NW)
Speaker: David Heavenor
Cost: Free (Love Offering will be taken)
more info email: info@LiveResurgence.com or at our website:www.LiveResurgence.com
David Heavenor | Lead Team
David has been a part of the Resurgence Lead Team for over three years. He strongly believes in the mission and vision of Resurgence and specifically in the unity of the Church in Edmonton. David is passionate about language, history, and anything related to tea. David holds a degree in English Literature and is currently working on a Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies at Taylor Seminary.