NETS is unlike most other ministry training programmes – it combines biblical teaching, practical training, workshops, mentoring, conferences, personal prayer ministry, worship, discipleship, evangelism and much more to bring a rich understanding and experience on which to build a fruitful life of ministry for Jesus Christ.

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

It’s no secret that the UK is in desperate need of prayer. With many uncertain on the future of Brexit, it’s clear that we need God to work in this land. How do we pray when there are no easy answers? This weekend Jilly Lyon-Taylor explores this question, by looking at how Jesus taught us […]

by Nykolay Zagoruiko

Matthew 7:14 talks about the narrow gates which lead to life. But what does it mean to walk the narrow way? This week, Nykolay takes us through 3 stories within the gospels, exploring different examples of what it means to follow and trust in Jesus.

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

Where do our hearts lie? Do we desire to study and share the Word of the Lord? This week, we look through different points in the Bible, to understand what it means to seek the will of God and to do it. If we draw near to God then he will draw near to us. […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

Are you going to finish what God called you to do? 1 Corinthians talks about a fire that will test our accomplishments for Christ. Are we living the life He has called us too? Or have we started down the way, only to abandon it or become distracted from it. In this challenging talk, Jill […]

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

This week, Jilly takes us through the story of Gideon shown in Judges 6-8; A story that shows how God is patient and gracious to us, even when we mess up.

by Peter Horrobin

“Take my life and let it be, consecrated Lord to thee”, is a line from a famous 19th centaury hymn that still resonates with us today. Peter Horrobin unpacks the truth from this beautiful hymn and how it confirms Paul’s second letter to Timothy concerning the need to be set apart and ready for the […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

In this inspirational talk, Jill challenges us whether we are willing to be a polished arrow ready to be used by God. Often we aim to be in the bow, ready to be used, and can be frustrated by time in the quiver. However, when we are in the quiver, it is a place of […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

How will you look back in 2017? Was it a year to remember or a year you’d rather put behind you? However last year went, our goal should always be to honour and serve the Lord. In this first sermon of the year, Jill Southern gives five biblical principles that will help us mature in […]

by Paul Watson

Only one life, ’twill soon be past, only what’s done for Christ will last. This is a line from an old poem that resonates through all eternity. Each of us has been given one life, but how will we spend it? Paul Watson encourages us not waste the precious time we have, but to make […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

Nehemiah was a man who had a burden for the broken walls of Jerusalem, a picture of the spiritual condition of Israel during the reign of Artaxerxes, king of Persia. His fervent prayer in Neh 1 shows the burden he had to see God’s blessing return to the nation. Like Nehemiah, we too have a […]