Student Equip is a training program for students and alumni in theology, apologetics and discipleship. This year we will focus on Theologie and on sharing God's Word with others.
Date: 2nd – 6th September 2019
Cost: 80€ (for accommodation, catering and training)
Deadline: 25th August
The main topic of the week is “The Achievements of the Cross”. We will together pursue the question: What does Jesus’ death on the cross achieve for us and His church? Spoiler alert: this goes far beyond the statement “Jesus died for my sins”. During the week, we will examine approximately 10 to 12 achievements. In the four talks, each will cover 2-3 achievements. The achievements will be examined exegetically, in addition to be practically applied so they are relevant for us to work on today. These 2-3 achievements will also be deeply examined in discussion groups.
Complementary to the main topic, we will engage with practical tools: how can I prepare an exegetical devotion? What should I be aware of when I write a bible study? Throughout the week, we will be divided into small groups where we will work together on a Bible passage or a biblical book. At the end of the Student Equip week, you will be equipped with a complete devotion or Bible study to take home, ready for an ÖSM prayer meeting, evangelistic outreach event or a Bible study.
Kai Soltau is a lecturer for Biblical Studies at Campus Danubia (Vienna). He and his wife Missy live with their five year old twins in Vienna, where they are part of a church planting project. Kai has a passion for preaching the Bible so that it is both biblical and relevant to our everyday lives, this is why a few years ago he helped found Langham Austria.
Florian lives in Linz and is married to his wonderful wife Davina. He works as a consultant and learning trainer. As a member of the new church plant ‘christiche Gemeinde Linz Keferfeld’, expository sermons, personal discipleship and evangelism are close to his heart. For this reason, in 2016, he and his wife completed a training program for workers in church planting projects.