This weeks podcast is all about entering into God’s rest.
I’ve yet to meet someone who doesn’t enjoy the feeling of being completely at rest.
I’m also yet to meet someone who is at rest 24/7… I know I’m certainly not there!!
My heart this week is to share some key ways rest is often misunderstood that can hold us back from truly experiencing it as well as why it’s important to make rest a priority in your life.
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I’m heading to Manchester in a few hours and will be preaching at Kingsway Church in Sale on Sunday (23rd). In March I’ll be in Scotland from the 5th to the 10th and in England from the 22nd through to the 24th of March.
These trips are fully booked out but I am looking to fill a couple of spots in my upcoming April trip to New England – if you are in the area and would like to host a meeting please do send me an email and we can discuss the possibilities of this. If you want to find out more about these trips and other trips I have scheduled for later in the year you head over to my itinerary
Entering Into His Rest
In the podcast this week we will discuss some key elements regarding rest.
Firstly: What rest is and why it’s not what most Christians think it is!
Secondly: How can we enter into rest and live in that place of rest?
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How easy do you find it to enter into rest?
Is rest something you live with or something you get a few hours (or minutes) a day? Or maybe it’s an elusive thing you hope to get once a year propped up on a deck chair in the sun.
Leave your thoughts about rest, this podcast and how you find rest in the comments below.
Intro/Extro Music used with permission from St. Theodore