NEXT GENERATION IMPARTATION
THE VISION OF NGI
of young men and women prepared as Christian leaders by
passing on a spiritual legacy for
of individuals, churches, society, and nations through
THE SPIRIT AND WORD
by experiencing the Holy Spirit and enjoying the Bible in
of NGI Trainees, local churches, and the Kinetic Network.
HOW NEXT GENERATION IMPARTATION WORKS
Young men and women willing to learn and serve.
Local churches investing in the next generation.
Kinetic Network providing central training.
Sponsors giving financial support.
One or two year programmes.
Placements in partner churches.
Three weeks a year of central input.
A personalised learning approach.
Impartation by experienced church leaders.
Annual Life in the Spirit Conference.
Exploration of long-term openings within Kinetic Network churches.
Study costs shared by the NGI Trainee (£600 PA), church (£1200 PA), and Kinetic Network; a total of £1800
Living costs met by the church.
Personal expenses met by the NGI Trainee.
Flexibility for local arrangements.
THE VISION OF NGI
One or two year programmes with a unique focus on Transformation through an impartation of the Spirit and the Word in:
Encounter God in worship and prayer
Enjoy reading and studying God’s Word
Discover the theory and practice of bringing God’s kingdom to the world
Grow deeper in Christ-likeness
Understand the combination of essential Reformed and Charismatic truths
Be equipped to stand on the spiritual battlefront
PERSONAL CALLINGS & GIFTINGS
Explore your identity in Christ and God’s plan for your life
Grasp an overview of God’s times and seasons from 1st to 21st century
Grow in the use of Scripture and spiritual gifts
THREE CENTRAL WEEKS
Held at different locations in the UK these create a “community of learning” where trainees, NGI facilitators, and guest speakers have opportunity to discuss and practice together what is learned. Each week will include involvement in local church ministry.
Three sessions per week working on a written piece or spoken presentation from reading, listening to online material, assessing practices in the local church, or attending a suitable conference.
The course is personalised so that each NGI Trainee can learn in a style that best suits them whatever their academic background and as they develop their own particular gifts
Held annually with the aim of encountering God’s presence through the Spirit and the Word. This is an important part of the course giving opportunity for further input and encouragement from others with shared values.
have accredited our course for a qualification at their certificate or diploma (first year of degree) levels.
For those not wanting to reach these level we have our own NGI certificate (one year) or diploma (two years).
ARE YOU UNDER 30?
There is sponsorship available to attend the LitS Conference for under 30s considering the Next Generation Impartation course. If you have any questions then please contact us on email@example.com
NEXT GENERATION IMPARTATION FACILITATORS
MPHIL, PHD - COURSE DIRECTOR
Course Director and co-ordinating the areas of “Bible” and “Theology”. After a career in bank management, Will served for 25 years as a full-time pastor of a multi-ethnic church in Walsall, West Midlands. He was also involved in the national FIEC Trust Board and has recently completed a PhD on the book of Acts at ARU, Cambridge. He now lives in Devon and supports the Community Church, Honiton with leadership and evangelism.
Co-ordinating the areas of “Character Formation” and “Personal Giftings”. Meryl worked as a district nurse until she left to study at All Nations Christian College. She has served God both abroad and at home in mission, working as an International Prayer Coordinator
for a number of years. She lives with her family in Bedford and joined the staff of Three Rivers Church in 2013 as part of the leadership team. One of her passions is to see lives transformed by the power of prayer.
Co-ordinating the areas of “History” and “Mission/Society”. Roger has retired to Bucks after 38 years of church ministry in Surrey. As well as involvement in his local church and preaching, he continues to lecture on church history and support people training for ministry. He serves on the Board of Wycliffe Bible Translators in the UK, and is a former Chair of the Wycliffe Global Alliance, Wycliffe’s international body.
Co-ordinating the areas of “Leadership”, “Ministry”, and “God’s Presence”. After a career in sales management, Gareth entered full-time pastoral ministry in 1999. He has been involved in church-planting and served as part of the Eden Development Team with The Message Trust. Gareth now leads Ridgeway Community Church in South Oxfordshire as well as the Kinetic Network.