Go Training, Oklahoma City Four Fields Intensive By No Place Left
January 11, 2019 to January 13, 2019
- January 11, 2019:
- January 12, 2019:
- January 13, 2019:
Location: 3030 NW 23rd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73107Category: All Northwest | Coordinator: Church Leadership
No Place Left, Four Fields Intensive will equip and empower participants with the Biblical principles and best practice (North American) methodologies to multiply healthy disciples, groups & churches using the 5 Parts of Jesus’ strategy for Kingdom Growth.
Participants will experience an interactive training that involves instruction, guided Bible discovery from the Gospels and Acts, practice and daily engagement of the local harvest field.
- Friday 6:00 - 9:00 PM
- Saturday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Sunday 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
What are my lodging options?
There are several hotels around the venue. Trainees will be on their own for finding and booking lodging.
What can I bring into the event?
A teachable attitude, a Bible, something to write with, and paper or a notebook.
Will food or drinks be provided at the event?
Coffee, drinks and snacks will be provided as well as Breakfast and lunch on Saturday. Dinner will not be provided.
How much does this event cost?
The event is FREE.
Learn about No Place Left at their website, NoplaceleftOKC.com
Can't Make the weekend?
Come hear Kika Jamir for a FREE breakfast Saturday morning @ 8am
For breakfast only, text Kirk G at 405.640.1949
Kika Jamir and his wife, Dr. Anungla Aier, are from India. Kika served as a Baptist pastor in India and his wife as a college professor when God called them to be missionaries to unreached peoples.
They began church planting work among Buddhist and Hindu people in India and Nepal. Kika was trained by Dr. Bruce Carlton, a former IMB missionary to India, now an OBU missions professor.
After 27 years and planting 49 churches among the Nepalese and Buddhist in South Asia, Kika came to the USA in 2009 to study at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. They immediately began working with newly arriving Bhutanese refugees. Many have been led to faith in Christ with seven traditional churches and 24 house churches being planted in the DFW area.