When the Bible is taught God’s voice is heard. Teachers who ‘rightly handle’ the Word of truth are essential in today’s church. Whether in the congregation, home group, children’s or youth groups, indeed wherever the Bible is taught, we need people who can teach God’s Word in the power of the Spirit.
For some years the Cornhill Training Course in London and the Northern Cornhill Course in Sheffield have offered a course that seeks to train men and women for this task. In September 2003 a course following a similar programme and using ‘Cornhill’ material started in the North West of England. Over 800 students have now studied on one of our daytime or evening courses over the last 8 years and our prayer is that more people will be raised up to be able to teach God’s word.
The North West Ministry Training Course is led by Justin Mote. Justin taught on the Cornhill Training Course in London for a number of years and is known as a Bible teacher. He has had over twenty years experience of pastoral ministry in a variety of churches, most recently on the Wirral. Justin is supported by regular lecturers including Mark Simpson, Danny Rurlander, Brian Elfick, Andy Greenhough and George Crowder.
There are four strands to the daytime course: Biblical Theology, Exposition, Practical Ministry and Hands on Training.
For those who aren’t able to commit to a day a week to study, there are evening courses. There are three strands to the evening course: Biblical Theology, Exposition and Hands on Training.
If you wish to continue studying with us after your first year we run a 2nd year course, which looks at doctrine and an indepth study of Romans.
From September 2017-July 2018 we are running a number of courses in our region:
- 1st year Monday Evening in Audley
- 1st Year Tuesday Daytime in Liverpool
- 1st Year Tuesday Evening in Manchester
- 1st Year Thursday Daytime in Leyland
- 2nd Year Thursday Daytime in Leyland
- 2nd Year Thursday Evening in Leyland
If you would like to apply for a course click here to download the application form.