What is Follow In Fellowship?
Follow in fellowship is a leadership training course for young people who are involved on a daily basis and are volunteers in their local Children & Youth Association or church. It's the place where you get practical tools, learn about leading and learn from others.
You are taught by people who are super-skilled in their own field. There is room for question, reflection and the inclusion of experience. Because the course spans five weekends and a week during the summer holidays, you will have the opportunity to put theory into practice during your own local association or church.
Discipleship, leadership, theology and service are recurring themes.
The course is for young managers between 17 1/2 and 25 years+ . It is for those who are passionate about developing, learning new things and being part of a larger community. Follow in Fellowship is created in close cooperation between Acts Academy and the Children and Youth of the Apostolic Church (AKBU). All young people, regardless of church hinterland, are more than welcome to participate.
In addition to the five weekends, Follow in Fellowship ends the season with YoungStreet. Young Street is a meaningful camp in the second week of the summer holidays with lots of relevant teaching, eulogy, a transformative week where God gets to do wild things. This week there are young people from all over the Apostolic Network.
A huddle highlights your personal development and helps you translate teaching into practice in your life and church. A huddle is a kind of group mentoring in a smaller community.
Involvement in your local church
Follow is a network of young people who are either volunteers in their church or who want to be. Volunteers in everything from teenage/youth leaders, law singers, technicians, etc. Your involvement in your local church is important, and Follow wants to be a community that supports and equips you to be engaged there.
From Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon we meet at Acts Academy for weekends packed with relevant and challenging lessons for those who serve in your local church. We meet as a community, hang out and share experiences with others that are about the same place in life.
An unforgettable, life-changing week of crazy activities and challenging messages. Young Street is part of the Apostolic Church's annual Summer Camp, and is held at Acts Academy . As a participant on Young Street, you are also registered for the hall meetings in the Congress Hall.
Some of the country's brightest teachers and priests come on weekends to give you inputs to the four overarching themes: discipleship, leadership, theology and service. Sunday morning we are part of the services of various churches in the area.
YOU CAN FOLLOW FOLLOW FOR 2 YEARS
If you want to get the maximum benefit from the course, you can follow the course for 2 years, where there will be no repetition of topics from the previous year. However, you sign up for 1 year at a time, and it is of course perfectly permissible to follow the course only 1 year.
2-4 October 2020
— Why leadership and local church?
20-22 November 2020
— Gospel and missionary lifestyle
Weekend 3 - cancelled
15-17 January 2021
— Team management
19-21 March 2021
— Biblical tools
— Prophetic teaching
7-9 May 2021
— Faith and doubt
— Biblical tools
— Prophetic teaching
3-9. July 2021
— Young Street 2021
Sign Up for Follow
and invest in your future
4,200 dkk incl. the five weekends of teaching as well as YoungStreet. It also covers full meals, weekend activities and accommodation in a room at the high school. If you don't have the option to pay the full amount at once, talk to your local Children & Youth Association (see below).
Do not let finances be an obstacle
Contact your pastor or local B&D association and ask if they will support you. In most municipalities, your local B&D association can seek reimbursement for a large part of the amount they support you with, as Follow goes under the category: Leadership training for young people. If you have any questions about this, please contact Søren Sørensen from AKBU, email@example.com
21 September 2020
If you have any questions or the like, please do not hesitate to contact:
Erika Niclasen, firstname.lastname@example.org or Joakim Stendahl.