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 Paul Watson

Christians like to talk a lot about the Fire of God, but what does the Bible actually tell us when it talks about Fire? This week, Paul Watson explores different ways the word “Fire” is used in scripture, and what that means for us today.

by Jen Perdriau

Promises are a very important theme in the Bible, with many people making covenants and statements of intent throughout scripture. But the most important promises to be found come from God. This week, Jen Perdriau takes us through the different promises that God makes in Scripture to his people, distinguishing them from the promises that […]

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 Diane Watson

How can we apply the Word in our lives today? It is by Grace we are saved, but that doesn’t take away our need for direction. So how do we balance Faith with Works? This week, Diane Watson explores the Ten Commandments, challenging us to grow in righteousness and obedience to God.

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 Jilly Lyon Taylor

Letter writing has become less common with the introduction of text messages, emails and social media. Yet a hand-written letter can convey intimacy and personality; aesthetics that technology can fail to communicate. In like manner, believers are handwritten letters from Christ to the world. The way in which we can communicate the personality and love […]

by Gary Gallagher

Knowing something is one thing, doing it is an another! It’s funny how we associate knowledge with progress, when in fact it could be one of our greatest hindrances to maturity. The book of James is full of similar challenges. One well-known command is being doers of the word, not hearers only. Doing from a […]

by Paul Watson

How free do you feel as a Christian? Jesus said, ‘who the Son sets free, is free indeed’, yet we can often slip back under the law and fall into legalism and fear. In 2 Corinthians 3, the Apostle Paul unpacks the glory of the New Covenant, a covenant that sets us free from the […]

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

Grace vs Law. God’s sovereignty vs man’s responsibility. Jesus the Lion of Judah but also the Lamb of God. There are times when Scripture seems paradoxical, and yet the truth is not complete if either aspect is removed. Focus too much on one, or ignore the other, and we risk sliding into error. Jilly Lyon […]