Listening to God conferences resource Christians, taking us into a deeper relationship with God and helping us become the men and women He wants us to be.
Here are the guest speakers we have had over the last few years below. You can buy their talks here by clicking the button for the talk you want. Each Listening to God audio recording costs £8.00. If you would like to purchase the talks from our latest Listening to God event with Steve Witt, Hidden Treasures, please follow this link.
Downloading your talk
Make sure your phone, tablet or computer is downloading the talk and not just playing it! Once you’ve paid for the talk you have a few hours and three chances to download all of the files.
When you make a purchase you will be asked for your email address and credit card details, once the transaction is complete you will be emailed a link which will allow you to download an MP3 recording of the event. Please note the recording is just under 3 hrs 20 minutes long (split into three sessions) and so the file is quite large and will take a few minutes to download.
Should you experience any difficulties please contact the office at The Well.
Pain and Suffering, God and the Bible: Where’s the Truth?
Saturday 20th February 2021
“Too many ‘solutions’ to the traditional problem of evil require us to accept that suffering isn’t really as bad as we think. The Bible, in contrast, acknowledges the deep anguish of our hurting world, and claims to offer a solution that brings healing, peace and hope. It says that God is good, and nothing harmful ever comes from Him. It invites us to pour out our hearts to Him, and to take seriously His promises to those who believe in Him through Jesus. It says that when we build our lives on those truths, no storm’s destructive power will ever be sufficient to shake us.
“But how can we know whether any of this is true? There is, of course, something deeply counter-intuitive about the suggestion that a loving God could permit such terrible suffering, and there is no doubt that this is a reason why many people reject, modify or live with doubts about the existence and nature of God. But is it right to allow pain and distress to trump all other considerations in this way? This Listening to God event will unpack the Biblical account of suffering, and equip you to reach your own conclusions about its truth and power.”
Experiencing the Heavenly Realms
Saturday 7th March 2020
Stuart is an outstanding teacher who has the amazing ability to make sense of God’s supernatural realm: to make it accessible and to help us to understand why we need to live there.Stuart shares Biblical teaching about how, as humans, we live in both the natural realm that we perceive with our senses, and the unseen spiritual realm. He explains how, as Christians, God has “raised us up with Christ and seated us with Him in the heavenly realms in Christ Jesus” (Eph. 6.2), and how we can learn to exercise our spiritual authority in Christ.
Through this ‘Listening to God’ day, Stuart equips us for a supernatural lifestyle and empower us to rise up and break out of our own sin patterns and strongholds.
He also demonstrates how to activate the prophetic gifts that God has for each of us, before giving us opportunities to pray for each other using prophetic words of life that help us to live in God’s original design for our lives!
A Seven-fold Check-up on Seven Churches from the Book of Revelation, Chapters 2-3
Saturday 21st September 2019
We are delighted to welcome the Revd Canon Andrew Dow, who was vicar of St Paul’s Leamington Spa from 1978 to 1988, to lead this ‘Listening to God’ Teaching Day for The Well.
Just as a senior doctor does his ward rounds, so the Great Physician, Jesus Christ, tours seven of his churches in 1st century Asia Minor, diagnosing and prescribing. What signs of frailty or fitness will he find in these congregations? Weariness and faithfulness, compromise and perseverance – to name a few. Is this merely of interest to a church historian? Or does the Book of Revelation’s favourite number, seven, indicate a more contemporary message, a deeper purpose?
During the course of the day, Andrew will endeavour to explain and apply these two opening chapters of Revelation in a way designed to inspire, comfort, and challenge us all as individuals, but also as members of the different church fellowships to which we belong. You can also download the accompanying Revelation Workbook here.
Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is Freedom! 2 Corinthians 3 : 17
Roy, who leads Ffald-y-Brenin, a Welsh Retreat Centre and House of Prayer, regularly witnesses God working miracles.
At this Listening to God event at St Paul’s Church in Royal Leamington Spa he explained how you can experience God’s supernatural power bursting forth in your everyday life too!
If the Lord has blessed us with freedom, why do we often feel so burdened, crushed and depressed? Why do we struggle to fit everything in? Is this the sort of life a disciple of Jesus is supposed to live? Why can’t we find a better way of living a Christian life that brings us, and others, joy? There is a radical alternative to the traditional western concept of being a follower of Jesus. A life that is made simple, full of purpose, bringing transformative relationships in the home, at work, in our communities and with God. It is the Way of Blessing, both of receiving and giving.
Ransomed, Healed, Restored, Forgiven
J.John (Revd Canon) has been an evangelist for 39 years. He has spoken at conferences, universities and in towns and cities across 69 countries on 6 continents. This has included 36 series of Just10, re-examining the Ten Commandments, where the combined attendance exceeded one million people. In 2017 he launched JustOne at the Arsenal Emirates Stadium in London, and JustOne events are being conducted throughout the UK.
Evangelist, minister, speaker, broadcaster and writer, J.John communicates the Christian faith in a practical way. He has written several books across a range of subjects including the ‘Theology For Little People’ series to help children understand biblical truth.
Listen to J John’s themes of “Look Up”, “Look In” and “Look Out” delivered as only J John can. His humour and insights to help you develop a closer relationship with God.