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Five Bible studies on why Christians believe in Jesus Christ
The Mind is a Beautiful Thing 2018 was the Big Weekend’s chance to explore what kind of good news Christianity can offer to our generation’s urgent conversation about mental health. Whether this is more widespread an issue than it ever was, or that as a society we’re...
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This year in Blackpool we’ll explore the fascinating questions of living well and the possibility of change. What does healthy thinking even look like? What is the purpose of the mind? Can our imaginations be (re)wired and can we begin to experience a new way of thinking, living and loving? Join us for BIG Weekend 2018. It’s never too late to change your mind.
A free plan offering context, variety and a realistic timeframe for anyone interested in making a habit of reading the whole Bible.
The heart of this year’s conference explored journeying through life, not as a solitary wanderer, but as a community of believers. The idea of pilgrimage from Psalm 84:1-7 provided the content for the three main talks: Tim Forrester on “Yearning for God Together”; Eva Leaf on “The Pilgrimage”; and Phil Boydell on “Sustaining Stretching Hope.” These were interspersed with group discussions and testimonies that challenged us to look at our own personal journeys.
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