deeper 2021: 16-18 Mar, 7.30pm, Zoom
We’re delighted that Dr John Andrews will be teaching at this year’s Deeper on Philemon — “Forgiveness is one of the greatest challenges in any culture…but if we can embrace forgiveness, freedom awaits!“
We’ll be running this event using Zoom. You are welcome to attend one, two or all three evenings but you’ll need to register for a free Zoom account before signing up. (If you’ve not used Zoom before, please visit here to download the app and register for a free account.)
As always, this is a free event but in recognition of how blessed we are to have such easy access to God’s living word in so many translations we will be taking a retiring collection each evening to support the work of Wycliffe Bible Translators. If you can afford to give—that’s amazing! If not, don’t worry—still come along; we don’t want anyone to miss out on this opportunity to go deeper in their walk with Jesus.
what shape will this event take?
Each evening we will start at 7.30pm with a time of prayer and sung worship. Then there will be two sessions of teaching (30-40 mins each) with a short break in the middle — this will hopefully give you some time to process what you’ve heard and perhaps note down some questions for our speaker. There will also be notes you can download below. Recordings of Deeper 2021 will be made available through this webpage after the event.
How do I sign up?
Once you’re sorted with Zoom, click here to register.
Want to know more about Deeper?
Dr John Andrews
John has been in full-time Church leadership since 1987. Though called to the UK, John has ministered in almost 40 nations of the world. Based in his local church New Life Church, Scunthorpe, he has authored thirteen books and currently serves on the Apostolic Team of One Church Gloucester and wider network, while also being released to teach to a wider translocal context. As a leader, teacher and author John has a passion to equip and inspire leaders as well as empower followers of Jesus into effective lifestyle and service.
Notes for deeper 2021
What is Deeper?
DEEPER is an annual three-evening conference held in the spring each year. It aims to offer high quality evangelical preaching by inviting conference speakers who share our passion to ‘thoroughly equip’ God’s people today.
Deeper is delighted to be a member of the Keswick Fellowship
Each year we invite a guest speaker to take us deeper into God’s Word, either by focusing on a topic, a doctrine or specific section of the Bible (see below for previous years).
Running this event over three consecutive nights enables us to engage with the Bible in a slightly different way than our Sunday teaching allows. The longer timeframe hopefully also helps bed deeper roots for all who hear, as we seek to grow as followers of Jesus.
Deeper has three aims:
- To help grow followers of Jesus: through in-depth Bible study and direction in how to apply that word today;
- To bless the local Christian community with a free, quality, discipleship event;
- To enable more people to gain access to God’s word by supporting the work of Bible translators.
Why not join us for our next event?
If you work the words into your life, you are like a smart carpenter who dug deep and laid the foundation of his house on bedrock.Luke 6:48 (The Message)
Mar 2020 Cancelled due to Covid
Mar 2019 Derek Burnside Principal of Capernwray Hall Bible School
Keeping in step with the Spirit: Studies in the third person of the Trinity
Mar 2018 Richard Powney and Gavin Calver Evangelical Alliance
Making Jesus Known: Insights from Acts
Mar 2017 Richard Briggs Lec in OT and Dir. of Bib Stud in Cramner Hall
Daniel and 21st Century Discipleship
Mar 2016 Stephen Gaukroger former Dir. of Clarion Trust Int., Author
Snatching Victory from the Jaws of defeat: Studies in Jude
Sept 2015 Sharon Dirckx & Tanya Walker Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics [Deeper’s 10th Anniversary celebration]
If God exists then why is there so much suffering? How can I know?
Feb 2015 Ian Coffey Former Dir. of Saltmine/EA, VP at Moorlands, Author
Postcards From the Edge: Finding God in hard places
Mar 2014 Mike Reeves Author, Theologian-at-large at Wales Evangelical School of Theology
The Trinity: Enjoying Father, Son and Spirit
Mar 2013 Ian Coffey Former Dir. of Saltmine/EA, VP at Moorlands, Author
Back to the Future: Exploring book of Acts
Sep 2012 Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali Former General Secretary of CMS, Bishop of Rochester
Christian Confidence in a Secular World [5th Anniversary celebration]
Mar 2012 Krish Kandiah Author, Exec Director in Mission for the EA
Paradoxology: Worshipping the God we don’t always understand
Mar 2011 Jonathan Lamb Author, Director of Langham Preaching
From ‘Why?’ to Worship – Learning from Habakkuk’s journey to faith
Mar 2010 Peter Lewis Minister at Cornerstone Church, Nottingham
The Big Issues (Eph. 1)
Mar 2009 Derek Tidball Principal of LST, former Chair of EA Council
Restoring God’s Masterpiece: Holiness Revisited
Feb 2008 Steve Brady Principal of Moorlands College
Spirit Empowered Living: Practical faith for everyday life (Eph. 5 & 6)
Feb 2007 Glen Marshall Tutor at Northern Baptist College
Christ Over All – Studies in Colossians
Feb 2006 Michael Ramsden European Director of The Zacharias Trust