The Father's heart
Andy shared his practical experience of the church supporting him during a difficult week in his workplace and John's talk focused upon how church is the place where we can find God's perspective for our lives.
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A breath of fresh air
As the summer holidays draw to a close Merle reflects upon the effects of continual sustained pressure and the importance of planning times to look forward in the darker winter months. Click the picture above to read.
The disruptive seagulls!
Jen shared an amusing, though alarming, episode of seagulls dive-bombing their school playground which further illustrates Merle's reflection 'Making time'. Click the picture of the seagulls to read.
An incident in her garden between a hen starling and her fledgling chick caused Merle to reflect upon the hiccups and challenges of parenting.
Dealing with life's big disappointments
Susan has written some thoughts, which were prompted by two songs we sang in church recently, 'Oceans' by Hillsong United and 'Your kindness' by Chris Spring, about how to handle life's big disappointments.
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Staying in the freedom
Following on from his last Insight, John offers practical guidance on how to really establish ourselves in that place of freedom. Click the picture of the horse to read.
Does anxiety plague you?
In his latest Bible insight John challenges us to choose to live in freedom and explains the steps we need to take to stand firm against feelings which threaten to overwhelm us. Click the picture of the tsunami to read his thoughts.
A collection of thoughts which arise in the course of life; they may come from counselling situations, random conversations or observations. Click the raindrop to read John's latest thoughts about the choice between living by our feelings or the truth.
Crossing the chasm
The same two songs which prompted Susan's to write about life's big disappointments caused Julie to think about the journey she has travelled with the Lord in this church over the past few years. Click the picture to read her experiences.
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Click the picture of the mountains to read thoughts which were shared in church last Sunday morning, the theme of which was being safe in the Lord's love.
What is church?
On Sunday morning Andy shared his practical experience of the church supporting him during a difficult week in his workplace - click here to read his experience and here to listen to Sunday talks on the subject 'What is church?'.
The 'S's' of practical care
Merle shared a series of words beginning with the letter ’S’ which help us to focus upon becoming better at caring for one another practically, and which fitted very well with both the sharing and John's talk on 25th August - click here to read
Understanding Yourself Step Two
8th - 10th November 2019
The next Step Two weekend will be held at Cratfield in Suffolk from 8th - 10th November 2019. Click the picture of Woodbridge for more information and here to go to the event page and booking form.
Understanding Yourself Step Three
22nd - 24th November 2019
The next Step Three weekend will be held at Cratfield in Suffolk from 22nd - 24th November 2019. Click the picture of Thorpeness for more details and here for the event page and booking form.
Understanding How to Help
24th - 26th January 2020
The next Understanding How to Help course will be held at Cratfield in Suffolk from 24th - 26th January 2020. Click the picture of Southwold harbour for more information and here to go to the event page and booking form.
Understanding Yourself Step One
7th - 9th February 2020
The next Step One weekend will be held at Cratfield in Suffolk from 7th - 9th February 2020. Click the picture of Southwold pier for more details and here to go to the event page and booking form.
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