- Bible Study
Why did Elisha get angry with a king for not taking his archery lessons seriously enough? John shares some important insights into why it is vital to be whole-hearted in our relationship with the Lord – and the consequences for ourselves and others when we are not. Tim and Kelly share practical illustrations of the principles. Click below to listen to the talk.
'All Glory' by Tim Hughes and 'My hope' by Paul Baloche
The elusive butterfly
In her latest reflection Merle's thoughts turn to the joys and pain that Mother's Day can bring. She challenges us to accept and handle ourselves well whatever our particular circumstances may be. Click the picture of the butterfly to read Merle's thoughts.
During his half-term holiday Tim wanted to prepare his garden for the spring and planned to build a new fence and plant a hedge at the bottom of the garden. It proved very challenging! Click the picture to read Tim's thoughts on the parallels between digging out concrete and going to depth in family life.
Interesting reading - Professor William Craig's website www.reasonablefaith.org is well worth a read. His weekly question and answer section addresses some very interesting topics.
What about Myers-Briggs?
What is the difference between the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Understanding Yourself material? Julie, who has attended both, shares her experiences of the courses and reflects on their differences. Click the picture to read her conclusions ...
Another excellent weekend!
Click the picture to read the review of the Step One weekend held at School Farm Cottages from 27 February - 1 March.
Step Two - Cratfield, Suffolk
6 - 8 November, 2015
This weekend gives an opportunity to explore in depth the understanding and application of the material covered in Step One as well as sharing new insights, including how to become truly objective. Click here for more details.
Practical or spiritual?
How can the illustration of an apple cut in half help us to understand the dilemma of how we can be both practical and spiritual at the same time? Click the picture to read John's latest article for some very helpful insights
Our Bible studies are going very well - we have completed the first two sections of 1 Corinthians. The notes, which are a combination of the Bible study notes, the Sunday talks and Bible insights, are now on the website. Please use the blog if you would like to make any comments on the notes or to add any thoughts to our Bible studies
Step Four - Cratfield, Suffolk
27 - 29 November, 2015
Further details will be available nearer the time.