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Rachel continues to explore our theme and delve deeper into an understanding of God’s undivided heart for you.
In the book of Galatians (3v28) we are reminded that there is no Greek, no Jew, no slave, no free, no male, no female for we are all one in Christ Jesus. This workshop seeks to help understand our current context and how we can become champions of diversity, so that we can all be …
How can I be a Christian and have a chronic illness? Does healing still happen today? What about when it doesn’t? How do we love those who remain sick or chronically ill? Jade Reynolds, who has been paralysed since the age of 12, shares her experience and thoughts as a disabled woman who has personally …
Sarah Mckerney hosts a guests as they share honest reflections and advice. This session covers doing Church solo.
Sarah Mckerney hosts a guests as they share honest reflections and advice. This session covers crossing cultures
Sarah Mckerney hosts a guests as they share honest reflections and advice. This session covers disability.
Hayley helps us to pause and reflect on what it is to be undivided.
Rachel talks about the times when our lives feel fractured and things are working against each other.
Sarah McKerney introduces our theme for the weekend Undivided based on Psalm 86. With our hearts firmly set on God, how can we direct our individual gifts, talents and passions to help our families, churches and communities to be undivided?
Can you recognise the signs that you are living too close to your limits? Taking practical teaching from Exodus 18, Sarah discuses what happens when we keep all the tasks to ourselves and get worn out. She will share her breakthrough moment, realising that saying ‘yes’ to something means saying ‘no’ to something else. After …