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Get your teeth into the central doctrine of Union with Christ, reflect on your life in the light of the cross and resurrection, look back in this season of tradition at church history, learn to engage our culture from a gospel perspective, or all four!

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Tom Olyott
One way to preach doctrine

I believe pastors should preach doctrine. I really do. I certainly believe that expository preaching that also works consecutively through books and sections of Scripture is a wise staple in the diet of a church. But I also believe that doctrine should be preached.

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Tom Olyott
Luther on Righteousness

Luther begins by saying there are different kinds of righteousness. I can be a righteous citizen (a citizen of good standing) if I keep the laws of the land. Or we give children ‘laws’ like, ‘Don’t talk with your mouth full’ to teach good manners. These laws are a gift from God because they help maintain an ordered society.

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Tom Olyott
Nous sommes si enthousiastes de lancer “Connexions”

 In order to achieve the goal of 1 church for every 10,000 people in France, we would need to plant 4,000 churches today - and at the current rate this would take over a century! We must labour in God’s grace to accelerate the work of identifying, training and releasing planters and planting teams. 

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Chris Rimmer
Theological training in Ireland

What makes Crosslands stand out from the others is its commitment to equipping leaders in their context. So the material we cover is not just for academics but is applied within the context of my ministry.

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Tom Olyott
The theological girl of my dreams

For fifteen years in full-time gospel ministry, I had wanted some solid, formal theological training. But I’d given up looking. The reason was that no course on offer squared with what I was looking for. So when I came to the UK from Australia, it wasn’t with plans to study with Crosslands or anywhere else.

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Tom Olyott