CPI Gospel Seminars

Walking in the Gospel for Life and Ministry”

CPI Regional Day Seminars on Gospel Renewal Dynamics

LOCATION – DATES and VENUE
· SENDAI – Feb 28 (Fri) [English track] @ Seaside Bible Church
SENDAI REGISTRATION OPEN HERE
Online registration closes 2/25. After 2/25 WalkIns are welcome but prepare your own lunch.
· TOKYO – Mar 3 (Mon) [English & Japanese tracks] @ Ochanomizu Christian Center 
TOKYO REGISTRATION OPEN HERE
Online registration closes 2/26. After 2/26 WalkIns are welcome but prepare your own lunch.
· KANSAI – Mar 6 (Thu) [Bilingual Seminar] @ Osaka Christian Center
KANSAI REGISTRATION OPEN HERE
Online registration closes 3/3. After 3/3 WalkIns are welcome but prepare your own lunch.
· NAGOYA – Mar 8 (Sat) [English & Japanese tracks] @ Christ Bible Seminary
NAGOYA REGISTRATION OPEN HERE
Online registration closes 3/5. After 3/5 WalkIns are welcome but prepare your own lunch.

See above for Japanese registration sites.

TIME: 9:30am-4:30pm (Doors open at 9am)

COST: Only 4,000 yen (or 3,000 yen with JEMA discount) which includes lunch and training manual. Please pay cash on arrival.

We believe that the Gospel changes everything. This material will help you and others recover joy, develop hope, and initiate change in your life and ministry. This is the new Gospel manual curriculum that was unveiled at the CPI Conference last November. Some of you who got the initial training at that Conference can get a larger dose of Gospel medicine.

SEMINAR FACILITATORS: CPI Training Staff and

Special Guest Trainers: Josiah and Barbara Bancroft

Josiah is Director of Mission for World Harvest Mission and has spoken at CPI National Conferences.

SEMINAR TOPICS:

  • How the Gospel is the power source for all believers.
  • How the Gospel helps us to honestly know ourselves and God
  • How the Gospel can transform your relationships
  • How the Gospel can transform whole churches and communities.

Come be a part of Gospel-centered encouragement and blessing.

For questions and information, write to Japan CPI

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