We had a great time at the end of March at another ‘Relational Faith’ Intensive. Our mornings in John’s Gospel were really special and gave us a clear view of Jesus. The best way to start the day! It was a fun and warm group – some had attended Cor Deo once or twice before, but for half of the group it was their first time! There was even someone who’d been a Christian for less than six months! Such a privilege.
Here are three participant reflections of our week together – we love to hear comments like these…
“I’ve really appreciated the fellowship of the group.”
“The things we’ve seen this week will greatly affect my ministry.”
Peter has a long relationship with Operation Mobilisation (OM) and so it was a joy to travel with him to Ireland just before Easter. We spent a few days with the OM Team based there, a team of Americans, Canadians, Dutch, Germans and others! There’s something so special about studying the Bible with people from other nations. You can see from the photo how focussed they were!
Ireland is a hard place to be an evangelical Christian and this Team work in a variety of places spreading the Good News. I was impressed and challenged by their passion and boldness for Jesus.
Pray for this Team, for our good friend Tim who heads up the training, and for the work of OM in general.
2. Next year’s Cor Deo Womens Program will start on Monday February 26th 2018. We’re delighted to say that Gretchen will be joining us again for the three week! We’ll swim together in John’s Gospel, exploring the Four Big Questions and how they’ve been answered since the first century! If you’re a woman in Europe and have questions, or want to register your interest, let us know.
As always, me and Peter are really thankful to God for you. Thank you for your support and interest in us and Cor Deo. If there’s anything we can do to support you where you are, please let us know.