- Bible Study
God the Father
What can we learn about the fatherhood of God from a conversation Tim had with his daughter about teaching her to drive when she's older?
As Christians we know that God is our Father. Tim challenges us to explore this from a different perspective and in a deeper way in this Sunday's talk. Click below to go to the talk.
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The Potter's clay
What is the link between a potter's wheel and the butterflies in Kelly's garden?
Click the picture above to read how Kelly was able to stop and relax and let the Lord 'mould' her and, as a result, enjoy a recent day off surrounded by the beauty in her garden.
Father and son
Whilst sitting in the car on a recent visit
to Dartmoor Merle reflected on the behaviour of one of the Dartmoor
ponies with his dad. Click the picture to read her thoughts on father-son relationships.
Notes for our Bible studies on 1 Corinthians, chapters 1 - 11 are available here. Our studies will resume in the autumn - details and preparatory questions will be posted
nearer the time.
'Learning to linger'
How does 'learning to linger' help us to connect with those we love? And what does this have to do with the phrase in the Bible that God's love is 'made complete in us'? Click the picture above
to read John's thoughts in his latest
Forthcoming autumn courses
Step Two: 6 - 8 November, 2015
Click the picture of Framlingham castle to go to the brochure and here to book.
Step Four: 27 - 29 November, 2015
Click the picture of Thorpeness to go to the brochure and here to book.
Dr William Craig's website -http://www.reasonablefaith.org/ is worth a visit. He responds to questions sent in by readers each week - an interesting read!
We are all continually faced with change - how do we confront the challenges it brings? Katie applies some of the principles that she has experienced in her workplace to her walk with the Lord and concludes that 'Church is the God-given place for this to be discovered, explored and shared together'. Click above to read ...
A course in your area?
If you are part of a church or group that would like to explore the possibility of holding an Understanding Yourself course in your area please get in touch via the contact page. If you want to organise your own residential weekend and have between 12-15 people we can arrange a Step One weekend in Suffolk. It would provide an excellent opportunity to learn and grow together and would be ideal for a small group or leadership team that want to build better relationships. Click here for further details.
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