Step Out of The Boat

Step Out of The Boat

Step Out of The Boat

SOTB

SOTB

SOTB

It’s time to break through the barriers that keep you from walking in our true identities as sons and daughters of God! 

Healing

At previous Step Out of The Boat, we saw many healings through the work of God. Whilst submerged in His presence during praise and worship, the Holy Spirit does marvelous things in us! It’s true that when we encounter the love of God.

 He touches our heart, our thoughts, our mind, our memories, and even our body. He blesses us with healing and restoration. 

He takes our wounded identity and recovers our identity in Him.

Formation

A variety of speakers are present whose concrete life experiences enrich their messages. These teachings, which have a practical dimension, will also form and develop your knowledge of the Holy Spirit. 

We will cover a range of themes including our identity in Christ, the power of faith, prayer, and spiritual warfare, and will also focus on tools which will enable you to discern your missionary calling

Luke 6:40 “… everyone who is fully trained will be like their teacher.”

Empowerment

We have a conviction that, in the world of today, the mission of evangelization cannot be accomplished without the gifts of the Holy Spirit that St Paul describes in his first letter to the Corinthians. 

Through teaching, workshops, and baptism in the Holy Spirit, we want you to develop the gifts of the Holy Spirit that God makes available for all His children. It’s also important to us to equip you with evangelization techniques.

‘STEP OUT OF THE BOAT’

is organised and made possible by:

The Holy Spirit House

The Gardens of Bethany: Charismatic Catholic Family Community in connection with the College of Communities of Colombier, based on the spirituality of Father Lataste whose pillars are mercy, fraternity of grace and discretion. Moved by God’s mercy, we offer a specific and punctual welcome to people, especially young people in difficulty, in search of support, listening, a time of rest, of restructuring, of spiritual search. The aim is to be liberated in our true identity as children of God, anxious to be discreet about the past of each one, rather fixed on the promises of the Father. In this way each person can regain his dignity and be rehabilitated.

France-Iris (http://www.france-iris.com/): The Association France-Iris was created in 2011, following several missionary trips to Mozambique where we were strongly impacted by the work of the Arco-Iris Ministry, founded by the Baker family. This association supports some projects implemented in Mozambique by Rolland and Heidi Baker. France-Iris comes to the aid of underprivileged populations and more particularly children. It brings and develops material, moral, financial and educational support to people facing great precariousness: “It is the love of Jesus that drives us to “Stop for one of them”, so we gather the children and offer them food, shelter and love. With your help, and the Lord guiding our steps, we can face abuse, abandonment and poverty. Together we can help the children of Mozambique and their families to grow, learn and become sons and daughters of the Father.” From Iris’ website.

Our goal is to:

Spread the message of the Fathers Love,

Raise awareness through campaigns and seminars,

Encourage and develop the missionary call among young people.

We are excited to welcome you to “The Gardens of Bethany”, a Provencal, rural and peaceful setting. You will camp in the middle of oaks, pines, and aromatic plants, close to amenities, a swimming pool, a volleyball pitch, table tennis, etc …

 

Cost: 250 euros, for the 8 days, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. (We don’t want money to be a barrier for your attendance. If this is an issue, don’t hesitate to speak to us about it)

Application: To subscribe to the event, click on “Apply Now” oIn order to subscribe, you must email us the application form. The number of participants is limited.

Address:  l’adresse: Les chênes verts, 13490 Jouques

Age: 18-35 years old

Language: You need to speak fluently at least English or French to be able to attend the school of mission.