Who does Jesus claim to be?
12th October 2019
10:00- 16:00
A study of the 'I am' sayings in John's Gospel

What should we do with the claims of Jesus in John's Gospel? The 'I am'; sayings in John’s Gospel make bold claims about Jesus'; role in history and his identity. They have formed the basis for centuries of Christian devotion and doctrine, but what does Jesus actually claim and can we trust these claims that seem so different from the other Gospels? In this study day, we will try to get to grips with some of these questions and reflect on their significance for our discipleship today.

David Ball

David is Director of the GOLD Project. His family lived in Sidcup and he went to school at Eltham College. David and Angie worked for 15 years in India and were supported by Christ Church, Sidcup. David has a PhD on the 'I am'; sayings in John. He believes that the strength of the church's life and witness depends on the equipping of all God's people for mission and ministry in the world. He is committed to enabling every Christian to grow in their faith through disciplined study of the Bible. David and Angie now live in Fleet and have recently become a grandparents. David is actively involved in the Christian Motorcyclists'; Association.

The Study Day will take place in the new West Wing Annex at Christ Church, Sidcup, Main Rd, Sidcup, Kent DA14 6PQ from 10.00am (registration and coffee from 9.45am) to 4pm with a light lunch and refreshments provided during the day. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.
The fee for the day will be £15 per person including a light lunch.

To book your place or for more details please contact The GOLD Project
01252 614323
Online booking form available on the website www.goldproject.org



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