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 Ken Symington

In the 21st Century, our Generation is facing some difficult choices on how to apply Christianity in the modern world. Are we willing to compromise our beliefs, or will we stand firm in the Word of God? In order to delve into this, Ken Symington takes us through some Church history, challenging us with examples […]

by Russ Gant

God works in seemingly hopeless situations – Is your vision of what God can do in and through you big enough? This week, guest speaker Russ Gant walks us through the well-known passage in Ezekiel 37, where Ezekiel sees God transform a collection of dead, dry bones to into a living army. Join us as […]

by Ken Symington

‘For no one can a lay a Foundation other than that which is laid, which is Jesus Christ’ 1 Corinthians 3:11. In an age of liberal theology and the increase of compromise in the Church, Ken Symington brings a personal testimony that reflects the necessity of building the Church of God on the instructions and […]

by Paul Watson

Even amongst believers, we can be quite different and have different views and beliefs. How then, do we remain one body in Christ? Listen as Paul speaks on the importance of being unified, and how it is possible through God.

by Jim Graham

Bonus Video: Some powerful words from Jim Graham as he prepares to teach NETS trainees on the gifts of the Holy Spirit. The statements Jim makes simply highlight the need for members of the Body of Christ to be equipped to be the church that God intends us to be.

by Ken Symington

Whenever Ken Symington drops in at Pierrepont, sermon listening figures go through the roof! In this incredibly timely and poignant message, Ken confronts what he calls ‘the elephant in the room’. As the fundamental doctrines of historical, biblical Christianity are being replaced by theories such as evolution and ‘nice-sounding’ arguments that promote universalism, why is […]