Sponsor a place at EQUIP

October 31st, 2019 Posted by News No Comment yet

This month we are giving you a UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY to invest in up and coming team members by sponsoring a place at our EQUIP camp.

30 volunteer delegates will join us from 15th – 19th November and for just £95 you can sponsor one of their places. Sponsorship covers bus fares, accommodation, food and specialist teaching at Ndubaluba Outdoor Centre.

If you want to sponsor a place, but don’t have £95 right now, why not set up a regular gift of £7.90/month and sponsor a place at next years EQUIP? Use the ‘Sponsor a place’ button above.

The EQUIP camp does exactly what it says on the tin: it EQUIPS PEOPLE! In addition to our regular team training events, we run our November camp for villagers from new areas. This helps them to form teams and understand the Dignity DNA: pioneering, people and working together so that others can come to know Jesus. We use various methods of learning from lectures and workshops led by Dignity to practical experience sessions led by the Ndubaluba Outdoor Centre. Those attending will discover more of who they are and what God has called them to be.

The theme for this year’s camp is ‘Slaying Giants’. We want to help our teams and those they encounter to slay the giants around them. We will look at the life of David in the Old Testament and ask what it means to have a heart after God’s own heart, stepping up and taking responsibility and finally slaying the giants around us. We want our teams to step up and step forward in their own areas and communities.

About the PEOPLE
Those attending will come from 15 areas where Life Groups are found. They are all villagers who live their lives in rural areas of sub-Saharan Africa. They have already shown natural leadership and a heart to share the good news of Jesus with others. They are potential missionaries who will reach out regularly to communities around them, bringing the freedom of Jesus Christ and a message of love, cooperation and inclusion within the community. They are the future leaders and community activists who will bring hope to the communities they are already a part of.

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