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New Beth Moore Bible Study for Women at Kerith


 
Unique is running a Women's Bible Study on the Book of James to coincide with the Sunday Summer Preaching series. This is an 8 week DVD based course written by the author and speaker Beth Moore. 

Topics in this study include joy, hardship, faith, wisdom, the tongue, humility and prayer. 
 
Heather Pocock is leading this course, starting on Tuesday 23rd April at 7.45pm in the Kerith Centre. The cost of £20 for the course includes refreshments, a workbook and the course DVD material. You can register at Kerith Reception or online (then pay via Kerith Reception beforehand).
 
Come along on a journey to get to know both the man and the Book of James.
Here's a short video to whet your appetite.
 
For more information,look at the What's On page of the website, or  email Heather at heather.pocock@kerith.co.uk 

I've heard great things about Beth Moore studies, and all the women who do them seem to really love them and get so much out of them, so I'm really looking forward to this!
 
 

"James, Jesus’own brother, started out as a skeptic.
See how one glimpse of the resurrected Saviour
turned an unbeliever into a disciple and, in the process,
learn how you can put your own faith into action."
 

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