What are Gospel Cohorts?
Gospel Cohorts originated with a curriculum that was formerly called Porterbrook. While the information and experiences from Porterbrook were amazing, the name itself was... unhelpful. The Porterbrook Learning curriculum was developed by pastors and leaders in the UK, in response to the need for new gospel-centered churches to be planted, and existing churches to train Christians for gospel-centered mission and ministry in the local church.
The backbone of the Porterbrook Learning curriculum is a network of Learning Sites, which we at Porterbrook Ventura County are one of (there are currently 20+ Learning Sites across the globe).
Accessible - designed for Christians at every level and diverse backgrounds
Practical - driving students to application and practice
Relational - enabling discipleship and mission to happen in context with local churches
Engaged - facilitating training that is culturally relevant
Flexible - adaptable to ordinary life and local training needs
Rigorous - deeply rooted in the Bible and the best of evangelical theology
Bible and Doctrine: Understanding and teaching the entire Bible
Character: Living and leading out of a gospel-transformed heart
Church: Establishing, growing and leading a community on mission
World: Understanding you ministry context and how to engage others with the Gospel.
The primary purpose of Gospel Cohorts is to help you grow in your knowledge of the Bible, develop your character, help you see how you can contribute to the Kingdom of God, and grow in your capacity as a leader and disciple-maker.
The curriculum is comprised of six courses, taught over five months or so, and is split into two semesters.
Semester 1: Gospel Change, Gospel Community, Evangelism
Semester 2: Union with Christ, Apologetics, The Bible in Missional Perspective
How do I register?
If you're ready to jump in, that's awesome. We're excited to walk with you through Gospel Cohorts. We're already praying for you as you're considering this.
First, reserve your spot by registering using the button below. You will pay your Learning Site fee there, and then at a later date, you'll pay the curriculum fee directly to BibleMesh.
Registration to open closer to 2022 start date.
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