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Director's Letter June 2020

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June 2020 - A letter from the Director

June 2020 - A letter from the Director

A letter from the Director

A letter from the Director

Director's Letter June 2020

Dear  ReSource friend,

I am pleased to be able to send you a copy of our Summer Newsletter, with a series of excellent articles from guest contributors, each reflecting on the coronavirus pandemic. So much has changed in these last few months and the costs have been immense for many of us. In this edition of the Newsletter we explore what the lasting impact of the current crisis may be, and ask what the Holy Spirit may be saying to the churches for their future life and mission. I hope that you enjoy the read. 

Over the last three months we have been adding to our online resources. At Pentecost we were pleased to publish ‘The Empowering Spirit’, a series of six home (or Zoom) group studies on aspects of the work of the Holy Spirit. We also launched a series of eight 10 minute sermons about the Holy Spirit, for use in online acts of worship and for personal reflection, with study notes for groups. Our weekly Blogs are now well established and we will continue to add to our online resources in coming weeks, including the ‘Sanctuary Day for our Times’ introduced in the Newsletter. Do take a look at our website if you can.

I am also enclosing our Prayer Diary for July to September, once again grateful to all those who pray regularly for our ministry. Your prayer is especially appreciated as we navigate our way through this difficult current period for our travelling ministry, and listen to what God is saying to us for the future.

This mailing comes with the love and prayers of the ReSource team, and with appreciation for your ongoing friendship and partnership. Please keep well.

 

 

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The Ven Kevin Roberts

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 Testimonial

"Part of the purpose of the ReSource weekend was to help deepen relationships in the church and enjoy getting to know each other better which was certainly achieved. The teaching was accessible and high quality and certainly appreciated. Fruit from these times will come as we continue to grow in Christ going forward"
Steve Paynter, St Mary’s, Ealing