Making a Stand for Freedom of Conscience
Those involved in Home Education are invited to participate in the Reformation Art and Essay Competition 2020. This year the focus is on Protestant Reformer Martin Luther, who, 500 years ago, made his bold stand before the assembled political and ecclesiastical might of Europe. Professor Luther refused to bow to peer pressure, intimidation and political threats. On 18 April 1521, he made his historic speech: “Unless I am convinced by Scripture, or by clear reasoning, that I am in error – for popes and councils have often erred and contradicted themselves – I cannot recant, for I am subject to the Scriptures I have quoted; my conscience is captive to the Word of God. It is unsafe and dangerous to do anything against one’s conscience. Here I stand, I cannot do otherwise, so help me God. Amen.” This courageous stand on principle is even more relevant in this day of political, media and peer pressure to conform and bow before temper tantrum tactics to violate our conscience and repeat rhetorical mantras to appease bullies.
Saturday, 5 September 2020
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We will be asking for a nominal donation of R35 to help cover the costs of Lunch.
DATE: 04 - 11 Jan 2021
VENUE: Cape Town
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"They that wait upon the Lord will renew their strength. They will mount on wings like eagles." Isaiah 40:31
“See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the basic principles of this world rather than on Christ.” Colossians 2:8
See Also BWS Summary and Analysis of Welcome Forms 5-10 Jan 2019
See Also BWS Summary and Analysis of Welcome Forms 15-17 June 2018
See Also BWS Summary and Analysis of Welcome Forms 5-10 Jan 2018
See Also GREAT COMMISSION COURSE 2019
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CLICK HERE to download the Great Commission Course leaflet
"Expect great things from God! Attempt great things for God!" – William Carey, 1792
Do you want to change your world?
If so, then join us for the inspiring and life-changing Great Commission Course (25 June 2021 - 14 July 2021). The first part of the GCC will be held at a campsite in a small town by the sea. The Biblical Worldview Summit (4 January 2021 - 11 January 2021), will provide an ideal introduction to the Great Commission Course .
Participants of the GCC come from as far afield as Australia and America, Britain and Botswana, Canada and Congo, Ghana and Germany, Sudan and South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe, Namibia and New Zealand, Malawi and Mozambique.