Beautiful Lives: Sharing our Faith with Friends and Neighbours - Leader's Manual

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ReSource, Aug 1, 2010 - Religion - 52 pages
'Beautiful Lives' is a group course by Roger Morgan which helps church members develop the confidence to share their faith naturally and effectively with friends, family, colleagues and neighbours. 1 Peter 3.2-4 speaks of the beauty and reverence which should characterise our lives as Christians, and Roger believes that it is beautiful lives, lived in the power of the Holy Spirit, which lead others to faith.The course is contained in a Leader’s Manual, with a separate group member’s booklet containing notes and simple homework exercises. It consists of 8 sessions, offered in a user friendly format with plenty of interaction and discussion, and points towards an accessible, locally planned invitation event to be held after the completion of the course.

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After at least five minutes of listening prayer interrupt the groups again
whether they are really hearing God encourage them not to remain Week 2 Go evangelism and Stay evangelism p
silent but rather to say something like I am not sure but I think God may Week 3 Who are our friends and neighbours? p

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About the author (2010)

Formerly a mathematician in the Engineering Department and head of the Management Studies department at Cambridge University, Canon Roger Morgan has spent 24 years in parish ministry, serving first as vicar of St Columba’s, Corby and then as vicar of Holy Trinity, Leicester. Whilst in Cambridge Roger built up a ministry among both students and townspeople, and worked in partnership with Daniel Cozens of Through Faith Missions, planning and leading parish missions all over the country. During his time at Holy Trinity Roger built up a staff team of 10, planted a new church, developed a multimedia outreach programme called Questions, and established a network of cell groups involving over 600 people. After leaving Leicester Roger worked with the UK charity ReSource. He is now the Director of the Mathetes Trust. Roger is a Life Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Roger is married to Alison, also a well known author.


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