Come to the Bishop’s Bible Day
This year the theme is The Old Testament for the church and the world today.
The day for anyone who uses the Bible; in their ministry, in church, in school, at work, in the community and at home.
There are two talks from Bishop Donald, and a choice of two workshops during the day.
There are many available including:
- Friends or Foes? Multiculturalism in the Old Testament: exploring the contradictory traditions of ethnic purity and being YHWH’s means of saving all the nations with Bishop John.
- The Good Shepherd: How Jesus used Psalm 23 to describe himself and his mission with Chrys Tremththanmor
- Amnon and Tamar: Top tips for avoiding Lust and Murder in everyday life. A frank and honest reflection on handling challenging issues in discipleship and accountability with Chad Chadwick
- What can we learn from the Life Coaches in the Old Testament? with Adrian Holdstock
- Scripture in a nut shell: Human identity, Death and Life with Charlie Nobbs
- Making the connection between Old and New : When is the New more helpfully understood in the light of the Old? with Richard Ormston
- The prophet Joel: how deep do our reflection and penitence go? with Barry Morrison.
- Exploring the timeline of the Old Testament through storytelling with Angela Hughes
- “Will you be for me a Kingdom of Priests” (Exodus 19:6) What on earth are we here for? with Steve Benoy.
It all happens on Saturday 18 March 2017, 9:30am – 4pm at Northampton High School for Girls, Newport Pagnell Road, Northampton, NN4 6UU
Book early to ensure your place in the workshops, as places are limited. Please book by Friday 10 March 2017.
For a list of workshops or to book, ring 01604 887049 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
More information can be found at: http://www.peterborough-diocese.org.uk/discipleship/-3.
The Bible day is free of charge but donations are very much appreciated from those who feel able to contribute towards the costs. These are estimated to be about £1000 (£5 per person)