1. Which publications do you regularly receive and read?
Frontline Fellowship E-mail list16 Christian Action Magazine10
JOY! Magazine14 Christian Liberty Books E-Mail/list9
Frontline News13 Reformation Society E-Mail/list9
Christian Action E-mail list12 JUIG! Tydskrif6
2. Why did you come to the Great Commission Camp?
3.Were your expectations met?
44 answered :'Yes'
2 answered :'No'
Others comments were:
"I got more than what I expected"; "Some"; "Mostly"; "Most assuredly"; "The hours stretched me"; "Team work seemed to be lacking as well as discipline"; "Not all but most"; "Expectations were met"; "Increased my knowledge about God".
4. What have been your impressions of the Great Commission Camp?
5. In what ways have you benefited from the Great Commission Camp?
6. What were the most useful or helpful lectures or presentations, to you?
The Message in the Music33 Reclaiming Surrendered Ground25
Legalism and Antinomianism32 Recognising God's Voice25
Sin and Its Implications30 Resisting Babylon and the Beast24
Turning the World the Right Side Up29 The Broad and the Narrow Way23
Animals in Heaven27 Reaching Young People for Christ22
The Failure of Atheism26 Sunday Morning Sermon16
The Law of God25 Restitution and Revival16
Evidences for Skeptics25 Christian Action20
7. What were the most useful or helpful films and workshops, practicals or events to you?
God's Not Dead (film) 39 Born to Win (film)25
Survival Skills Workshops 31 Evangelism Workshop 22
9. What actions would you recommend that Christians take to change the world for Christ?
10. Has this course led you to make any commitments or decisions?
To fully surrender to the Lordship of Christ24
To join and get involved in a local church17
To study the Word of God more regularly43
To spend more time in prayer for Missions34
To read more Missionary biographies34
To disciple at least one person per year28
To support financially a Mission involved in working for the fulfilment of the Great Commission16
To offer your time to a Mission organisation19
To commit yourself to joining a Mission18
To start a Missions Prayer Group in your school, college or community17
To help distribute Missions literature and recruit intercessors for Missions20
To utilise social media for Evangelism, Discipleship and Social Action20
Other decisions included:
"To seek God"; "To overcome many old wounds and insecurities that are holding me back from doing God's commands"; "To work on self-control and exercise both physically and spiritually"; "To be more disciplined in body and soul"; "Never compromise the faith once delivered to the saints!"; "Support Livingstone House in as many operations as I can".
Thank you for praying with us for God's ongoing work in the lives of all who participated in the Great Commission Camp and Course. Please pray for those continuing in the three weeks Great Commission Course.
A 4 disc collection featuring the Great Commission Course 2014 is available. The boxset contains 88 lectures, over 90 PowerPoints as well as 5 manuals on a Data Disc. All audio is in MP3 digital audio format.
The Great Commission Course 2015 lectures will soon be available in a 4 disc MP3 boxset. The textbooks: The Greatest Century of Missions, Answering Skeptics, Practical Discipleship, Discipleship Training Manual and the Great Commission Manual are also available from:
Christian Liberty Books, Tel: 021-689-7478
For more information on upcoming Great Commission Camps, Seminars and Courses in Africa visit: www.frontline.org.za and view Upcoming Events. You can also view Great Commission Course pictures on the Frontline Fellowship Facebook page.
To invite a Frontline Fellowship Missionary to visit and minister to your school or congregation contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
P.O. Box 74 Newlands 7725
Cape Town South Africa