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 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 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 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 Diane Watson

Trusting in the promises of God and remembering His faithfulness down through the years is essential when we hit difficult times in our lives. Diane Watson brings an encouraging message, prompting us to never forget that God never fails!

by Jen Perdriau

In this sermon, Jen Perdriau shares how God had each of our lives in His hand and how we can completely trust in Him. Sometimes, we face situations that don’t go to plan in our lives. Sometime it is a result of ourselves getting in the way, sometimes it is the Enemy blocking us, but […]

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 Alistair Petrie

We live in an age of increased animosity, especially towards Christians and the gospel. Hear from Rev. Dr. Alistair Petrie about God’s tool for responding to hostility.

by Jill Southern-Jones

When somebody is obedient to God and walks in the vision He has given them there will always be opposition. Jill continues her series in Nehemiah chapter 4 looking at opposition. The enemy’s tactics haven’t changed, what we see in the time of Nehemiah can be mirrored in our own lives today. How did Nehemiah […]

by Jen Perdriau

In this sermon Jen asks us if what we see is actually the truth or are we seeing, and therefore believing, a wrong version of reality?