Start — Making a new start with God; making a new start in life.
We are all unique individuals with just one life to live. We make our own decisions and choose our own path.
Sometimes it all works out really well, but often things go wrong, or the path just seems to lead nowhere.
Got questions about life and the Christian Faith?
So at the beginning of this New Year, why not choose to make a new start with God?
People make a start or a new start with God for many different reasons:
Sometimes they suffer personal hardships and reach out for help
Or they meet a friend who is a God-Person and they want what that person has
Some get into trouble, of guilt and shame, and need to find new meaning for life
Others just start thinking deeply about life, asking questions and searching for something more.
So we ask you:
What is life — your life — all about and where are you going?
Does God exist, and what's He like?
Who was this Jesus, and is he relevant?
Why does life mess up?
What does Jesus' death on the cross mean for us today?
What are you going to do about it?
Perhaps this is your time to ask the questions and make a start, or perhaps you have a better plan?
Start - God, Jesus and the journey of life in 6 free and easy to access sessions that run for about an hour.
When — Weekly from 14th January to 18th February at 7.30pm
Where — Glazebury Methodist Church
Cost — Absolutely nothing — just your time.
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