What is your stance?
On our Step Five weekend we were challenged what our stance to life is - are we secure in God's love for us or do we live in the negatives of what we may feel about ourselves? Do we run away when life gets tough - like a Boov?
This was the theme of our sharing time on Sunday and Tim developed the thoughts further in his talk.
Little things matter
What can we learn about TLC from Merle's observations of a mare and her foal on Dartmoor when she and John threw them their apple cores on a
recent visit to the area.
How do you learn and grow?
How do you respond and take on spiritual principles and concepts when they’re shared with you?
Julie shares her thoughts on these questions and reflects on how her approach has changed over the years - and continues to change.
Leave the familiar behind
Mary shares her experience of buying a new car and the important principles she learnt about being willing to follow the Lord's direction and leave the familiar behind.
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‘It has long been an axiom of mine that the little things are infinitely the most important.’ (A. C. Doyle) Just as God paid attention to the details when instructing the Children of Israel so we need to pay attention to the detail in our relationships. Click the picture to read John's latest Bible insight.
The real questions
As Kelly observes everyday situations with her children she looks beyond to the real questions they - and each one of us - need answering. Click the picture to read her thoughts.
Do not worry!
When Jenny erected a new bird feeder in her garden recently she started to worry why the birds didn't visit and that caused her to think what we can do with our worries. Click the picture of the blue-tits to read her thoughts.
Our next Bible study will be held on Wednesday 24th February - click here
for details and notes of our previous studies. We will continue to study 1 Corinthians, chapter 15.
Last weekend was our new Step Five weekend, the focus of which was to understand our stance in life, to love all of who we are and live in the good of all God has created us to be. The themes were reflected in our sharing in church on Sunday - click the picture to read ...
The themes from our Step One course were were reflected in the sharing on Sunday 31st January - what did we learn from watching the sun set over the fields and from assembling a new computer?
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Step One: 29-31 January, 2016
Click the picture from our walk at Cratfield for a review of the latest Step One weekend and testimonials from people who attended.
Book for Step Three
Step Three: 26 - 28 February, 2016
Click the picture of the pier to go to the brochure and here to book.