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LAST BIBLE STUDY TONIGHT!

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You won’t want to miss our last bible study for the school year series, Living Out God’s Grace: God’s Grace And Our Thorns.

WHEN: Tonight, 25 June, 2018 @ 7:30pm

WHERE: Corsham Baptist Church Hall 

We will have time together in His Word and time together in friendship!
See you there!

 

GROWING IN GOD’S GRACE THROUGH HARDSHIP

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Kathy Larkman

Kathy Larkman, contributor for today’s blog post

 

“And have you forgotten the word of encouragement that addresses you as sons: ‘My son, do not make light of the Lord’s discipline, and do not lose heart when He rebukes you, because the Lord disciplines He loves, and he punishes everyone He accepts as a son. Endure hardship as discipline; God is treating you as sons. For what son is not disciplined by his father?’” Hebrews 12:5-7 (to understand the terminology of “sons” listen to Ed’s sermon 17 June, 2018 on Corsham Baptist Church website)

The writer of Hebrews is encouraging us by explaining the purpose of our hardships and trials. It isn’t that God is being harsh or unloving. It is the opposite! He is our Father who loves and cares for us, not one who is unhappy with us.

To make light of the Lord’s discipline is to see it as something to be endured and gotten through quickly or to find relief. We don’t see God’s hand and purpose in these hardships. Also, to lose heart is to see God as an angry task master instead of our Father who loves us.

This is difficult to put into practice in real life, isn’t it? There was a time in my life when I just wanted to find relief through drink or food. At the same time I accused God of not being there for me. I doubted His goodness and love. I realize now that God was correcting and rebuking me in my disobedience. Life wasn’t working. My misery was His blessing and grace to me. Through God’s grace I grew in Christ. As I continue to mature in Christ, I am beginning to really understand this Hebrews passage. These last fifteen years I have seen it differently as I meet with hardship and live with my thorns. I’m learning to cling more and more in faith to the testimony of Scriptures. I look to sisters in Christ to stand in the gap with me through prayer, accountability, and wise counsel. My church family are a source of Jesus’ hands and feet to help me keep my eyes on Christ, ever drawing me back to seeing not only my hardships, but all of life through God’s perspective and Gospel lens. Sadly, my “easier” times have produced more fruit of self-sufficiency, pride and selfishness and less of Christ likeness. My world didn’t get bigger, it got smaller because it was all about me!

There will always be the tension of this in our lives…..that is why we need the clarity to know the grace of God-the free and sovereign work of God to do for us what we can’t do for ourselves, even though we don’t deserve it. God gives us this grace… through our thorns, our weakness, our hardships. It is through the grace of hardship that God conforms us into the likeness of Christ.

So be encouraged my friend. God is working His purposes through this discipline of hardship.
Romans 8:28 says this: “And we know that in ALL things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose.”

Believe it. Pray it. Let it fill your heart today and give you God’s peace; the only peace that works. The only peace that lasts.

Notice sheet for 17th June 2018

Louise,
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Open Meeting

On Sunday 1st July, at 4:30pm, there will be an open meeting for all members of CBC to come along and ask any questions they may have regarding the future leadership structure of the church. It is an opportunity to seek clarification on anything you may be unclear about.  The meeting will lead into the prayer service at 6pm.

Women’s Bible Study

The next women’s bible study will be on Monday 25th June at 7:30pm.  The study notes are on the table at the back.

Seniors’ Summer Tea Party

This annual event is taking place at Priory Street on Saturday 23rd June from 3-5pm.  If you can help with the following, please contact Joan Cooper or Colin Whiting…

one person for food prep 2–3pm; one person: 3–4pm in kitchen; one person: 4–5pm in kitchen; Waiters: 4 needed;

Scones and cake donations

Prayer for Unsaved Family Members

Do you have family members who are indifferent or hostile to Jesus?  Perhaps they once walked with Jesus but have now turned away from Him?  Come and join us to pray for them on Wednesday June 20th 2018 at CBC 2-3pm.

Visit of Rev. Dr. Edgard Traboulsi

The Rev. Dr. Edgard Traboulsi and his wife Nada will be visiting our church on Sunday 24th June when he will preach at both the 9.15 and 11.15 services at Priory Street. Edgard is Minister of Lebanon Baptist Church and was recently elected an MP in the Lebanese parliament. He will give his testimony of God’s wonderful work in his life and update us on the latest situation in Lebanon.

The last Ark of the school year!

The last Ark of the school year is on Saturday 30th June at Priory Street from 10am.  Do come along and join us as there are lots of exciting things being planned (including two puppet songs!!)  The morning is aimed at 0-7 year olds but all are welcome, with an adult.  God-willing we will be finishing with a BBQ so please pray for good weather!

Junior Church Materials for the Gathering

Clean jam jars with lids needed for the Gathering Weekend for craft; please remove labels.  Please speak to Rhiannon if necessary.

Fancy attending New Wine for Free?

Bible Society are looking for volunteers to serve in their café in Week 2 of New Wine (5-11 Aug 2018). There’s no cooking involved and you get to serve with a great team of volunteers and staff.  If you are interested, please contact Sue Wingrave.

The Gathering Weekend

This event is taking place on 7th and 8th July 2018.  Meetings on the Saturday will be at Priory Street and on the Sunday at the Springfield Campus. Tickets at £5 per person are available through your congregational leader.  Jenny Gaisford at 9:15am; John Godwin at the 11:15am service; Norman Fuggle at the midweek service & Adrian Pillinger at Church on the Green.

Craft Club

Please note the craft club will not be held on the 7th July as it normally would have but will take place on Saturday 14th July. This year we will also have a summer meeting on 4th August.  Please chat to Pam Mitchell or Hazel Hammett if you would like further information.

MK Staff Training Course 22nd July to 2nd August

We are currently expecting 14 adults and 3 children from 8 countries to attend this event which is being hosted by CBC. There are some specific areas of need, so please get in touch with us if you are able to help. See Steve or Gill Bryant if you can:

  • be an emergency driver or ‘taxi driver’ (rota)
  • loan us a child’s car seat for age 4 to 5
  • look after three children aged 4, 5 and 11 for an hour or two

See Jo Sheringham or Liz Perks if you can provide cakes or tray bakes between Sunday evening 22nd and Tuesday 31st July. Many thanks!

…This week…

Monday: Mums’ bible study, 10am; prayer for persecuted church, 7:45pm

Wednesday: Prayer for unsaved family members 2-3pm

Thursday: Toddler Group, 10am; Corsham Money Debt Advice Centre, 7:30pm

Friday: Corsham Money and Debt Advice Centre, 9:30am; Encounter, 3.45pm; Engage, 4:30pm; Energize, 5:30pm

Saturday: Seniors’ summer tea party, 3pm

…Coming up…

25th June: Women’s bible study, 7:30pm

27th June: Midweek service, 2pm

30th June: The Ark, 10am

1st July: Open meeting 4:30pm Priory Street

7th-8th July: The Gathering Weekend

9th July: Men’s fight night, 8pm; prayer for missions / persecuted church, 7:45pm

14th July: Craft club, 10:00am

GOD’S GRACE AND OUR THORNS

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Kathy Larkman

Kathy Larkman, contributor for today’s blog post

 

As we reach our last bible study in this school year’s bible study, Living Out God’s Grace, I hope and pray that it will bear fruit in all of our lives to be transformed into Christ’s likeness more every day.

This last study about suffering  as a channel of God’s grace to grow and mature us will be difficult and challenging in many ways. But it will also be a comfort as we study Paul and his “un-plucked thorn.” (The bible study is on this website under the heading of 2017-2018 Living Out God’s Grace Bible Study and Notes. It can also be picked up in hard copy at CBC and COTG Churches.)

We should not be surprised at our suffering and thorns, for it is the pattern set by our Lord Jesus Christ. Pastor Eddie Larkman says it like this:

“Being weak and feeling weak is not in itself fun. But it’s how God makes gospel followers look like the gospel message of the cross – because the truth revealed at the cross is not that we’re mighty but that we’re needy; not that we’re strong and self-sufficient, but that we need rescuing. And God’s rescue comes through the weakness of the cross. So Paul’s weakness, and God’s power working through his weakness, perfectly displays the cross.”

The Apostle Paul also encourages us in Romans 5:3-5 “We rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance,  and endurance produces character, and character produces hope,(HOPE AND RELIANCE ON GOD)  and hope does not put us to shame(WILL NOT FADE), because God’s LOVE, has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.”

Be encouraged sisters. Our suffering is never wasted.  Our God is an awesome Father who can be trusted to fulfil His purpose in and through His daughters…through HIS LOVE for us and for His glory.

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Notice sheet for 10th June 2018

Louise,
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Mission Event

A reminder that it is the Mission Event this afternoon from 4:15pm to hear how God is working through our missionaries. It will be followed by a time of prayer during the evening service. The Bryant’s and Little’s will be sharing. Please come along and support our missionaries. Please bring any cakes to church between 4:00pm and 4:15pm. If you are able to help serve drinks for half an hour please see Wendy Rowe.  Thank you.

Open Meeting

On Sunday 1st July, at 4:30pm, there will be an open meeting for all members of CBC to come along and ask any questions they may have regarding the future leadership structure of the church. It is an opportunity to seek clarification on anything you may be unclear about.  The meeting will lead into the prayer service at 6pm.

Women’s Bible Study

The next women’s bible study will be on Monday 25th June at 7:30pm.  The study notes are on the table at the back of church.  Please take one in advance of the meeting.  Chat to Kathy Larkman or Anne Holmes if you would like to know more about the women’s meeting.

Prayer for Unsaved Family Members

Do you have family members who are indifferent or hostile to Jesus?  Perhaps they once walked with Jesus but have now turned away from Him?  Come and join us to pray for them on Wednesday June 20th 2018 at CBC 2-3pm.  Please contact Helen Christie for further information.

Craft Club

Please note the craft club will not be held on the 7th July as it normally would have but will take place on Saturday 14th July. This year we will also have a summer meeting on 4th August.  Please chat to Pam Mitchell or Hazel Hammett if you would like further information.

Midweek Service

Our next midweek service is taking place on Wednesday 13th June at 2pm.  The text is 1 Peter 3.1-7.  Eric Seager will lead and preach, and there will be communion.

Fancy attending New Wine for Free?

Bible Society are looking for volunteers to serve in their café in Week 2 of New Wine (5-11 Aug 2018). There’s no cooking involved and you get to serve with a great team of volunteers and staff.  If you are interested, please email Sue Wingrave at work for further info susan.wingrave@biblesociety.org.uk.

The Gathering Weekend

This event is taking place on 7th and 8th July 2018.  Meetings on the Saturday will be at Priory Street and on the Sunday at the Springfield Campus. Tickets at £5 per person are available through your congregational leader.  Jenny Gaisford at 9:15am; John Godwin at the 11:15am service; Norman Fuggle at the midweek service & Adrian Pillinger at Church on the Green.

MK Staff Training Course 22nd July to 2nd August

We are currently expecting 14 adults and 3 children from 8 countries to attend this event which is being hosted by CBC. There are some specific areas of need, so please get in touch with us if you are able to help. See Steve or Gill Bryant if you can:

  • be an emergency driver or ‘taxi driver’ (rota)
  • loan us a child’s car seat for age 4 to 5
  • look after three children aged 4, 5 and 11 for an hour or two

See Jo Sheringham or Liz Perks if you can provide cakes or tray bakes between Sunday evening 22nd and Tuesday 31st July. Many thanks!

Visit of Rev. Dr. Edgard Traboulsi

The Rev. Dr. Edgard Traboulsi and his wife Nada will be visiting our church on Sunday 24th June when he will preach at both the 9.15 and 11.15 services at Priory Street. Edgard is Minister of Lebanon Baptist Church and was recently elected an MP in the Lebanese parliament. He will give his testimony of God’s wonderful work in his life and update us on the latest situation in Lebanon. This will be a very stimulating and uplifting occasion.

 

…This week…

Monday: Mums’ bible study, 10am; men’s fight night, 8pm

Wednesday: Midweek service, 2pm

Thursday: Toddler Group, 10am; Corsham Money Debt Advice Centre, 7:30pm

Friday: Corsham Money and Debt Advice Centre, 9:30am; Encounter, 3.45pm; Engage, 4:30pm; Energize, 5:30pm

 

…Coming up…

17th June: “Gathered to Praise” 6pm

18th June: Persecuted Church and Missions prayer meeting, 7:45pm

20th June: Prayer for unsaved family members, 2pm

23rd June: Seniors’ summer party, 3pm

25th June: Women’s bible study, 7:30pm

27th June: Midweek service, 2pm

30th June: The Ark, 10am

1st July: Open meeting 4:30pm Priory Street

7th-8th July: The Gathering Weekend

9th July: Men’s fight night, 8pm; prayer for missions / persecuted church, 7:45pm

14th July: Craft club, 10:00am

ON GRACE AND GOOD DEEDS

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Sharon Durant, contributor for today’s blog

“Let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.” Matthew 5:16

How can my good deeds bring glory to God?

This is a question that puzzles me, because lots of people do good deeds – Christian and Muslim and Hindu and Buddhist and atheists… everyone can do good deeds. Good people do good deeds. So how can I give glory to God through my good deeds; won’t they just make me look like a good person?

Here’s something God has been teaching me about good deeds these past six months.

I play an online game, and I suck. I really do.

It’s a team game where everyone has a job to do in the team and you work together to defeat the big nasty boss and as a reward you get shiny armour and weapons. You play as a team; you win as a team; you lose as a team.

I used to hit about as hard as a slug with a broken foot. It was pretty lame, but occasionally I did some damage to the boss. I did some good deeds. Just as anyone in the world can do some good deeds, just so I did some good playing from time to time.

Part of the reason I played so badly was because of the hardware. My potato laptop did not have a graphics card to cope with the rapid action of the game; it could not process my wild attacks as I headbutted the keyboard to make my little character desperately do some good work. I was utterly lost and needed saving from my rubbish hardware. Just as, in real life, I was utterly lost and stuck in sin and needed saving from my rubbish flesh.

Now, I couldn’t afford a nice computer. I could never dream of asking for one. But someone, as an act of sheer grace, knew I needed better hardware if I were ever to be useful to the team and so they gifted me one for Christmas.

I certainly didn’t earn that computer; my game-playing was shockingly bad. I didn’t deserve it. Moreover I couldn’t pay my friend back. Ever. Nor did they expect repayment. It was pure grace. An act of phenomenal and unexpected grace, just like how Jesus Christ died for me while I was still a sinner.

The only way to show my huge gratitude was to get the computer plugged in and start playing. And, hey presto! Considerable improvement in my game playing! I began to hit as hard as a slug with attitude. Sometimes even a slug with teeth.

So God taught me something about how undeserved his grace is – just like I totally didn’t deserve a computer as a reward for terrible game-playing, I didn’t deserve the love and grace He showed me in Jesus. But I’m thankful He did.

But that’s not the end of the story. Here’s where the good deeds begin.

Before Christmas, I occasionally hit the big nasty boss and did some good deeds. But after Christmas, I pressed the buttons and empowered by GRACE, my good deeds were plentiful, more enjoyable and a whole lot easier to come by. I can now do good deeds in a new and effective way, free from suckiness… and none of them bring any glory to me.

Every time I do some serious damage to the boss, it’s not because I am suddenly an awesome player. (Sadly, my reaction times and distracted approach to gaming haven’t changed. Yet.)

Grace enables me to do good deeds. Grace is the circuit and the processing power and the graphics that mean I can press the button at the right moment and do some good deeds. I could do good deeds before, but grace has revolutionised my ability, capability and motivation to do good deeds.

Whenever anyone congratulates me, I know it’s not me; it’s grace at work that allows these good deeds to happen. So I try to always say, “Thanks, but really the credit all goes to my friend. It was their grace that gave me some hardware that enables me to do good deeds. On my own, I really sucked. But now I’m running with this computer… look what grace can do!”

None of the glory goes to me. I don’t deserve any praise for my sucky efforts. Any good deeds I do in the game (and in real life!) are the result of grace. If I ever start to think I’m an awesome player, I look at the little blinking blue lights and am thankful for grace.

Grace has revolutionised my ability, capability and motivation to do good deeds. Without grace, I really suck.

Notices for 27th May, 2018

Louise,
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The Gathering Weekend

This event is taking place on 7th and 8th July 2018.  Meetings on the Saturday will be at Priory Street and on the Sunday at the Springfield Campus. Tickets at £5 per person are available through your congregational leader.  Jenny Gaisford at 9:15am; John Godwin at the 11:15am service; Norman Fuggle at the midweek service & Adrian Pillinger at Church on the Green.

Midweek Service

The next midweek service will be held on 30th May at 2pm.  The text is 1 Peter 2.11-25. Eric will lead and David will preach.

Prayer for the Unreached

Ramadan is from 15th May to 14th June 2018. Please see the website at www.30daysprayer.org.uk to order a booklet to help you to pray (£2.50 each) or contact Wendy Rowe or Gill Bryant.

Fancy attending New Wine for Free?

Bible Society are looking for volunteers to serve in their café in Week 2 of New Wine (5-11 Aug 2018). There’s no cooking involved and you get to serve with a great team of volunteers and staff.  If you are interested, please contact Sue Wingrave.

Prayer for Unsaved Family Members

Do you have family members who are indifferent or hostile to Jesus?  Perhaps they once walked with Jesus but have now turned away from Him?  Come and join us to pray for them on Wednesday June 20th 2018 at CBC 2-3pm.  Please contact Helen Christie for further information.

Monthly Prayer Meeting for Pewsham

A reminder that there is prayer for Pewsham – second Sunday evening of each month. See Phil & Helen Osmond for details.  Those who live in or near it will know where it is.

Bryant Newsletter

Please take a copy of Steve and Gill’s very interesting newsletter from the table at the back.

Craft Club

A reminder that the next Craft Club will take place on Saturday 2nd June at 10am at Priory Street.  Please chat to Hazel Hammett for more details of this monthly group.

A call for help – accommodation needed

From 22nd July to 1st August, CBC will be hosting the MK Staff Training course on behalf of WEC International. This is the same course that was held at the church last year and it is being run by Steve and Gill Bryant. There is an opportunity for church members to help by providing accommodation for one or more of our participants, who will be serving God overseas in a role that supports world mission by teaching or caring for missionary children. If you are able to offer accommodation for all or part of this time, please contact Steve and Gill.

Mission Event

We will be holding a Mission Matters event on Sunday 10th June, starting at 4:15pm, with tea and cakes.  Steve and Gill Bryant  will be sharing about their recent trips and forthcoming WEC training in July.  Stuart, Lynne and Matthew Little will be sharing about their forthcoming mission work with Mercy Ships.

This is an exciting opportunity to hear from our missionaries and to find out how we can support them in their work.  If you are able to bring some cakes/ sandwiches or help serve drinks please see Wendy Rowe.  Thank you for your continued support with our mission work.

Men’s Fight Night

A reminder … men’s fight night is on every second Monday of the month at 8pm : 11th June; 9th July; 13th August; 10th September

 

This week is half term so please check with your Life Group co-ordinator about your meetings

…Coming up…

30th May: Midweek service, 2pm

2nd June: Craft club, 10am

3rd June: “Gathered to Pray” 6pm in the coffee hall

3rd June: Prayer evening, 6pm

10th June: Mission event, 4:15pm

11th June: Men’s fight night, 8pm

13th June: Midweek service, 2pm

23rd June: Seniors’ summer party, 3pm

 

Steve and Gill Bryant’s Prayer News May 2018

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Dear friends

Warm greetings! Here is our latest prayer letter, being sent to you during a week of lovely sunny weather with spring flowers and blossom out everywhere.

Steve’s visits to Thailand and Senegal

Back in October Steve visited Thailand, where he attended a large WEC regional conference, Asiacon, and was able to deliver training on safeguarding to the team leaders there. He also spent time at WEC’s boarding hostel, a ‘home away from home’ for young people attending Grace International School. The teenagers living there are the children of missionaries working in several of the surrounding countries, in areas where education for their children is not easily available. Steve and other WEC staff members were able to work with the boarding home parents to ensure that the hostel’s policies and procedures were up-to-date, as part of the overall care plan for the young people there.

Clockwise from top left – Conference centre, Thailand’s love of colour and flowers; Flooding in the streets of Chiang Mai

A taste of Thailand as Steve visits Grace International School, Chiang Mai

At the end of January Steve went to Senegal, escaping the British winter for almost three weeks. First he spent time at Bourofaye Christian School. The school for missionaries’ children is an integral part of evangelism and church planting in Senegal, Gambia and Guinea Bissau and supports around 30 families in that work. Please pray for the school not only to have the staff they need, but also to consistently model Christian living to the children and to know God’s power at work in and through their lives and ministry. There is an urgent need for long-term committed staff members who can fulfill leadership roles. While there Steve was able to talk through many issues facing the school such as the minimum age of boarding, English as an Additional Language (EAL) teaching, recruitment and the transfer of children to other school systems. EAL is a huge challenge as many of the children are not native speakers. More and more often, missionaries are coming from places like Brazil, Nigeria, Latin American countries, and Korea. In addition to this the EAL teacher is due to retire in July, making this one of the school’s most obvious staff needs.

After leaving BCS Steve travelled 350 miles south-east from Dakar to Vélingara, where he spent time working with national churches on safeguarding. The WEC-related church, although still very small, has grown since our first arrival back in 1990 when there were just four congregations. Now there are more than 15 churches across Senegal which are growing numerically and seeking to spread the gospel and plant new churches. Part of the church outreach in the Vélingara area involves school and nursery ministry and there are now around 650 children enrolled at their schools. This kind of ministry is crucial, bearing in mind that 50% of the population are aged 16 or under. The children are being taught the full curriculum from a Christian perspective. The classes have around 40 students, but are very well organised and disciplined and it is clear that the teachers love teaching and the children enjoy being at school. All of them, both from Muslim and Christianised backgrounds, value the school’s commitment to learning and its supportive and child-friendly Christian ethos.

Church school buildings in Vélingara, Senegal – temporary (left) and part finished (right)

Shukran, Gamsa Hae, Gracias, Asante!

These words for ‘thank you’ in many languages were sung as part of the worship at WEC’s International Leaders’ Conference, known as Intercon, which we attended in April. It was a great privilege to be there with brothers and sisters of 26 nationalities, many serving the Lord in very difficult places. During this
time we worshipped God, studied and discussed the scriptures, and shared and prayed with one another in small ‘community groups’. We reviewed the progress of WEC’s outreach goals throughout the world and were encouraged to see what God has done in the last few years. There is inadequate space here to share all of the stories that we heard, but if you would like more information please contact us.

It is challenging to note that some of the people groups that we wanted to reach have not yet been engaged due to lack of workers.

Our contribution to the conference included presenting seminars on family life, educational planning and internet safety, and sharing about our resources with 19 different small groups. In addition we had a lot of individual conversations about training or individual family needs. This was very valuable, especially for Gill who has met fewer of our workers face to face than Steve.

Staff Training Course

In our last letter we included a photo of the participants at last year’s training course for staff working with missionaries’ children which was held at our church. We are delighted that the church has agreed to host the course again this year, and preparations are well underway.

Points for praise

  • We have had quite a few offers of accommodation and some offers of help with catering.
  • Eight adults and two children are registered, all heading for Bourofaye Christian School.

Points for prayer

  • Some more people have applied but they have hurdles to overcome. Pray them through.
  • More participants are needed, to fill the vacancies in schools across the world where
    missionaries’ children are studying.
  • God’s provision for the working out of logistics as Gill seeks to arrange accommodation, catering
    and transport.
  • A good way of caring for the children whose parents will be on the course.

Family news

Michael and Bethany continue to serve at the Adama Martha Community Health Clinic in Kono District, Sierra Leone. We enjoyed seeing them briefly when they visited the UK in April, and they have now extended their term of service to September and possibly beyond. Peter and his girlfriend Miriam will be visiting them very soon, flying out on 20th May and returning on 2nd June. Please pray for safe travel, good health and their cultural adjustment: they hope to be able to help in some way even though they are not medically trained. For Miriam it will be the first trip to Africa and for Peter it is now ten years since he visited Senegal where he lived till the age of 11. Pray that they will be an encouragement to the staff there. See this link for more information about the clinic.

David is very busy with garden work at this time of the year. He is keenly involved in his local church, where he appreciates being part of a Life Group and contributing to church activities in various ways. We are able to spend time with him most Sundays.

Thank you so much for your interest and prayers

Blessings from Steve and Gill

The Greatest Story ever toured

Tim Stephenson,
comedian Paul Kerensa and The Bible Course creator, Dr Andrew Ollerton discuss in front of a camper van

The Bible Course Tour

Due to popular demand we now have extra seats available for The Greatest Story Ever Toured on 25 May at Gateway Church, Swindon. We have been overwhelmed by the response and want those of you on the waiting list to have a seat on the night. So please do visit the website and get your tickets now.

It’s a Goliath of a show that explains how key events, books and characters fit together and, like Samson, it’s sure to bring the house down.

Join comedian Paul Kerensa and The Bible Course creator, Dr Andrew Ollerton, for a night of laughter and learning, as the big story of the Bible is unfolded in The Greatest Story Ever Toured.

Buy tickets for Friday 25 May 2018 at Gateway Church, Swindon.

More dates and full details here.

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