Date(s) - Apr 28 - Apr 30
Darkness is in and all around us – in movies and computer games, in the suffering that we and others experience, in our friendships and relationships. How should we respond to others’ encounters with darkness? What do we say to someone going through a tragedy? If someone has nightmares or our child has a friend who is frightened by ‘demons’, what response would be most helpful? Do we know how sin and darkness clings to us, hides itself in us, sometimes even masquerading as goodness? How do we get rid of such damage.
God expects each of us to walk without fear, and bring His Light and hope into the dark places of the world around us. He wants us to be able to deal swiftly with the sin and darkness that encroaches into our own life, as well as help others do the same. In this workshop we will look at light and darkness from God’s perspective and what resources God gives us, for our own life, for our families and for those around us. We will explore the gift of discernment, the role of angels and we will learn together how to grow the maturity in Christ that allows us to ‘distinguish good from evil’ (Heb 5:14).
Subsidies are available if needed. Please contact our UK office for more details.
If you are needing some accommodations for the workshop, check out these B & B’s:
The Roast House Lodge Bed & Breakfast, Deal – http://www.roasthouselodge.com
The Holm Oaks Guesthouse, St. Margarets-at-Cliffe – http://www.holmoaks.co.uk