What Students Say

  • The course really gave me words for different cross cultural situations that have arisen. It also has helped me to be prepared for further situations that have and will come in the future.
  • EnVision made us really think about our own culture and then discuss how we differ from other cultures. We realise that our different ways are not bad/good, but just different. This has definetly made me step back and think about situations that I have had with others from another culture and reflect on what may have caused the behavior/comments that followed and give more space, patience and forgiveness.
  • From the first moment I heard about this course I was excited. I can't wait to have a hold of the material and go through it with my life group. I'm keen to learn and share with our small group. We are ready to feel inspired and challenged through what it reveals!


EnVision: God's Mission - Our Role

Course Tutor

Dr. Andrea Thomas

BSc (Hons), Dip. in Mission Studies (All Nations), PhD (Molecular Microbiology - OU). E-learning Course Developer and Designer.

EnVision

Available now

What is it?

EnVision is 4-session group study resource for churches, and other Christian organisations, that uses video, discussion, online materials, personal reflection and optional activities to help people understand more about God’s mission. The sessions are facilitated by a designated member of your group.

EnVision is also an opportunity for you to get a ‘taste’ of All Nations!

Who is the course for?

Christians who want to know more about mission and how to relate to different cultures.

What’s in the programme?

There are four sessions:

What is mission?

  • The biblical basis of mission
  • Definitions of mission
  • Current trends in mission

What is culture?

  • What is culture?
  • What are values?
  • Building cultural awareness

What is cross-cultural mission?

  • Seven ways to initiate cross-cultural friendships
  • Cultural considerations when sharing the Gospel

What are the next steps?

  • How to get more involved in mission
  • What are we already doing?
  • What do we want to do next?

How is it done?

The four sessions can be run:

  • as a series of weekly meetings
  • all in one weekend

Or whatever way works best for your group!

How long are the sessions?

Each session (including a meal, video and discussion) will take about 2½ hours. Online activities (in personal time) will take about 1 hour (for each session).

Times can be modified to suit your group.

How do we get started?

If you would like to get a group together to take EnVision, please ask your church or organisation to register with us by contacting: envision@allnations.ac.uk

Once registered, the person appointed to facilitate the course will need to familiarise themselves with the video clips and online material before getting started, so we recommend that you allow sufficient time to plan. This should also include time to meet as a group to discuss the course objectives.

Watch the Envision promotional video:

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Key Information

  • Cost
  • Getting started
  • Groups wishing to register for EnVision are invited to donate £50 towards the running costs. Larger churches/organisations may consider making a higher donation. (EnVision is free to the individual participants).

    If the cost is prohibitive, we welcome you to take EnVision without making a contribution. We’re happy to talk with you about this.
     

    Make a donation (Reference: EnVision)

     

  • If you would like to get a group together to take EnVision, please ask your church or organisation to register with us by contacting: envision@allnations.ac.uk

    You can also download the printable 'What do I do next?' PDF to help you get started.

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