Update #44 – September 2013

We recently held a two-day Invitational, followed by a full five-day Intensive.  Both were special times and we finished both tired and thankful.  It is a privilege to study the Bible together with others who are eager to pursue God’s heart in His Word.  I am sure we could never grow tired of doing this, whether we are in Genesis, John or Romans or wherever we study next time!

Thank you for praying for the ministry of Cor Deo.  These are quieter months, but there is plenty happening.  We have an Intensive in the USA at the end of October, and then a couple of events in November.  Meanwhile, Mike Chalmers is continuing to prayerfully pursue the support he needs to move to Chippenham and join us as team administrator and associate mentor.  We are praying that he will be able to work full-time with us.  To find out more, or to receive his updates, please email him.

Please pray for the full-time team 2014 – We still have two or three spaces left for the full-time programme in 2014.  It will run from the end of January to June.  If you know anyone who might be a fit, please nudge them in our direction soon.  We have been so thankful for the men God has combined in the first three years of Cor Deo and are excited to see what He has in store for 2014!

There is plenty coming up in the next months, please get in touch if you’d like to reserve a place at any of these events:

Preacher’s Intensive – 11-15th Nov, 2013.  Peter, Huw Williams and David Searight will be leading a special Cor Deo Intensive for preachers in November.  We will meet from Monday through Friday.  For more information, please go to the Events page on the website and please contact us if you have any questions or would like to reserve a place.  (Please note: spaces are limited and this Intensive is reserved for those who are involved in some sort of preaching ministry.)

Church History Mini-Intensive: Luther and the Bible – 22-23rd November, 2013. We know how Luther struggled in his early monastic days. Staupitz, as a remedy, sent Luther off to study the Bible. Luther’s role in the Reformation grew out of that study. In our two-days together we will look at Luther’s use of the Bible in his Heidelberg Disputation, in his commentary on Galatians, and his use of the book of Romans. It was the fuel for the Reformation. This Mini-Intensive will be led by Ron, Peter and David. There is more information on the Events page on the website and please contact us if you have any questions or would like to reserve a place.

Intensive – A Relational Faith, 13-17th January 2014. We have a normal Intensive coming up in January 2014, please email for more information.

Enjoying our good God together,

Peter for the team

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