Tag: John Hindley
On Saturday 28th September 2013 it was our joy to host a day conference at the Hope Centre called Serving Without Sinking. The speaker for the day was John Hindley, author of the book Serving Without Sinking. The day consisted of sung worship, three teaching sessions and plenty of time to discuss what we’d been learning over coffee. The teaching was phenomenal! Gentle and yet profoundly challenging. Pretty much everyone who attended left blessed, provoked and encouraged.
The audio is now online and is highly recommended.
You can find it here.
We are delighted to introduce Serving Without Sinking – a conference for those who are involved in gospel service and ministry of every kind! Pastors, flower arrangers, Sunday School teachers, PA technicians, musicians, youth workers and everyone in between is warmly invited to join us at the Hope Centre on Saturday 28th September for a day of teaching, worship, fellowship and prayer that we trust will refresh your spirit and transform your service for Christ.
Our speaker for the day, John Hindley, is pastor of Broad Grace Church and author of the acclaimed book ‘Serving Without Sinking‘.
Here is a breakdown of how the day will look:
10:30 Session 1 – The misery of serving Jesus
11:45 Session 2 – The wonder of a serving Jesus
2:00 Session 3 – The joy of serving Jesus
3:30 Q+A and Prayer
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Serving Without Sinking by John Hindley is a timely, practical and encouraging book that every Christian who is engaged in ministry of any kind should read.
This is a review by Nathan Davies:
Living in the most depressed place in the UK can prove to be a challenge to my joy. Torfaen has the highest use of anti depressants (103 per 1000 prescriptions) in the country and living here means that finding joy is tougher than usual.
Joy, after love, is the second fruit of the Spirit listed in Galatians 5:22-23 and therefore must be of high importance in the Christian life. However in the Western world of Christianity I really do not see a lot of outward joy. Why is this?!
I need to fight for joy in a world of depression. This usually involves reminding myself of what God has done … Read More »