A Holy Habits retreat at Cliff College! An opportunity to explore your Christian discipleship alongside fellow travellers, and in the company of Andrew Roberts, author of Holy Habits, who will be guiding the retreats.
This Friday – Sunday weekend in March ’20 will include devotions, conversations, creative activities linked to the theme with space for personal reflection.
The weekend will explore some of the following holy habits which are contained in the wider Holy Habits resource material: Biblical Teaching, Prayer, Fellowship, Eating Together and Making More Disciples, Breaking Bread, Serving, Sharing Resources, Gladness and Generosity and Worship.
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Come and join us and explore these holy habits together. 20 spaces available – so book early!
The call to Christian discipleship is a call to adventure. Holy Habits explores this adventure through a rich mix of biblical material and inspiring stories. The life-giving, transforming role of ten habits seen in Acts 2 are re-imagined for personal and community life today. The ten habits are: biblical teaching, fellowship, breaking of bread, prayer, sharing resources, serving, eating together, gladness and generosity, worship and the making of more disciples.
The discipleship adventure is described in the book Holy Habits written by Andrew Roberts, and produced by Malcolm Down Publishing
Holy Habits has been read by individuals, shared in groups, and embraced by churches across the country and around the world as they have explored what it means to be a who life disciple of Jesus today. Why not join us here at Cliff, and explore these holy habits together?
Author of Holy Habits, Andrew Roberts is a Methodist minister, writer and speaker. Previously he was Fresh Expressions Director of Training. He co-authored the critically acclaimed fresh!, an introduction to fresh expressions and pioneer ministry.
Cliff College is delighted to be welcoming Andrew Roberts to lead this spring retreat weekend focussed on Holy Habits.
Friday 6th – Sunday 8th March 2020
The cost of £170.00 includes morning and afternoon refreshments, evening meal on Friday, full board Saturday & breakfast and lunch Sunday, 2 nights en-suite accommodation, and all teaching materials.
A non refundable deposit of £30.00 secures your place. The balance of fees should be paid before or on arrival.
Special Deal for those booked onto the Holy Habit retreat weekend! If you have not already got a Holy Habits book, then contact firstname.lastname@example.org once you have booked on the retreat, and received confirmation of your booking from the college. You can then order the book at the special deal price of £6.00 including postage (usual price £10.99)!
For booking contact: email@example.com / 01246 584203
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