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Spiritual Retreats and Worship Workshops.

Since returning to Cape Town it has been awesome being invited to teach and facilitate at various church retreats and Worship Workshops and Conferences. Whilst the retreats have only been predominantly for Men's Groups or Ministries within the ambit of Christian Spiritual Formation and male spirituality, I do also enjoy taking couples. Regarding the Worship Workshops, this can either be for the ministry itself, or a worship-leader specific in-depth practical and spiritual workshop. I look forward to hearing from you to discuss the possibilities of us getting this together for your church!

Spiritual Retreats: These range from single-day retreats to, what tends to happen mostly, those that are given over a weekend. I am able to travel should you wish me to do so.

Worship Workshops: Those that tend to work the best are given over the course of a day. Most churches tend toward that being a Saturday. What we deal with is basically discovering our highest calling and how we best serve God within that given our talents, gifting, and leadership abilities for those who have been called to lead. "The power to bless the world around you is a direct result of your ministry to the Lord" (Gerrit Gustafson). In these workshops we speak into what worship is, our calling within it, the anointing, worshipping in "Spirit and in Truth", and, among other areas, worship and the Presence of God. This normally takes until lunch-time. After lunch we get stuck into the practical side of church worship. This moves from instrumentation, vocal, harmonies, utilization of 'light and shade' in what we do, planning worship sets, best key options, and a host of other areas. I always summarise what we have learnt and mail that through in PDF format to each participant. Should you wish me to attend practices after that, I will gladly do so. I look forward to hearing from you in this regard!

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Grant NussGrant Nuss is a musician, singer, song-writer, worship-leader, and pastor with three CD releases being - Diversity; Beyond the Sky and Souled Out.

Put your feet up, listen to selected tracks from his albums and read the latest daily devotional and news! Grant invites you to 'live the questions' with him that not many want to ask, or are even prepared to discuss today. He has, in the last while, been asked to lead more spiritual retreats, particularly for men's groups, and says that he thoroughly enjoys the interaction and the experiencing of the absolute hunger folk have for wanting to draw closer to Jesus and mature spiritually and is glad to help lead in that regard.

 
Grant's Story

I was born in Durban, South Africa, and raised in a wonderful Christian family. My first experience with the Lord was in Empangeni, Zululand, where a wonderful man of God, Neville Pringle, sowed the seed in my formative years. Neville taught me about the need for spiritual growth and maturity and became my mentor and was so until he passed away shortly after retiring from full-time ministry. I started playing music semi–professionally in my teens and turned professional in the early 1980’s. In 1990.In that year I moved into the FMCG industry which led me to Cape Town.

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Worship Workshop.

Click on the link below to find out more about the Christian Worship module and Worship Workshop. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMkIz93tziQ

 
Tell the World.

I was reminded by one of my fellow classmates in the Missiology module from my Bachelor of Theology studies of a song I wrote for a presentation. Here it is - inspired by a book by Rose Dowsett. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uR-QKHFdNk

 
The 'Fourth Watch'.

Matthew 14:25; “Now in the fourth watch of the night Jesus went to them, walking on the sea.”

"When you find yourself in deep water always trust the one who walked on it" (Anonymous). Perhaps like you, I too love this story. In it Jesus sends His disciples across the Sea of Galilee whilst He has gone up on a mountain to pray. Now the Sea of Galilee lies in the lower portion of the Jordan Valley in a mountain range that rises to 1,220 metres above sea level while the lake itself is 220 metres below the Mediterranean Sea. What is apparent is that this body of water is susceptible to sudden and extremely violent storms which are caused by the cold air rushing down from the mountains surrounding it and colliding with the warm, moist air rising off the surface of the water itself. This is none different to what the disciples experienced. We read that the wind was fierce, and that they had rowed long and hard against it before Jesus came to them, walking on the water “in the fourth watch of the night” which was somewhere between 3:00 and 6:00 a.m. So of course we ask why Jesus only went out to them in the fourth watch. That’s what you’re thinking right? Why didn't He come right away, when the storm got bad? Okay, during the second or third watch might have been cool too – we would have taken that! Yet He did not. It was during the fourth watch, literally at the bitter end after they had battled the waves for around nine hours, that Jesus walked out to them. Again, as in most of our life-threatening situations, we ask the question; “Jesus, why did You wait so long?” Why do you think? Before you respond think of a situation you found yourself in when Christ came through ‘in the fourth watch’ for you. Can you picture it? I can, clearly, as it happened to us recently. So … why? Perhaps He wanted the disciples (and us) to exhaust their resources, and realise there was no way out but through Him only. Perhaps the situation you brought to mind was something unbearable at the time and, at the end of your tether, you found yourself crying out saying; “God, if You don’t come through for me now, I am literally ‘finished’. I will lose everything!" As weird as it may sound to some who read this devotional as they may never have encountered a situation like this before, it is not such a bad place for anyone to be. Someone once said that “when we get to the end of ourselves, we get to the beginning of God.” Ever come to the ‘end of yourself’ before? Are you perhaps ‘in the fourth watch of the night’ yourself right now? If this is the first time you have experienced the fourth watch, let me assure you that Jesus will show up without fail. Where man might desert you 'when the going gets tough', Jesus never does.  My prayer is that you choose to hang in there with Him, because, one day soon you are going to look in the rear-view mirror of your life and things will finally make sense and look surprisingly good. Proverbs 3:5-6.

 

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