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So far Cath Junor has created 37 blog entries.

Beyond Abuse

2020-04-28T21:00:12+02:00

This 6-week course helps women who are facing, or have faced, the devastating effects of an abusive relationship

Beyond Abuse2020-04-28T21:00:12+02:00

Living with Loss

2020-11-18T14:14:46+02:00

For those who are experiencing bereavement or grief from loss of any kind, this course helps facilitate a process of discovery and a healing journey. Within a small group context of sharing and caring, individuals find new ways of seeing God, their loss and themselves, as well as find tools for working things out over time within community. DOWNLOADS Participant Manual

Living with Loss2020-11-18T14:14:46+02:00

Social Justice

2019-11-28T14:01:04+02:00

Preparing well for the lifelong adventure of marriage is a worthwhile investment

Social Justice2019-11-28T14:01:04+02:00

An Early Christmas Gift!

2019-11-24T21:37:30+02:00

If you’re a church leader still scratching your head about what to do as a church this Christmas, perhaps these resources may come in handy!

An Early Christmas Gift!2019-11-24T21:37:30+02:00

To the power of 3

2019-11-24T21:30:57+02:00

Over the many years that I’ve been following Christ and encouraging others to do the same, I’ve become more and more convinced that although our faith is personal, it is by no means meant to be private

To the power of 32019-11-24T21:30:57+02:00

A False Trichotomy

2019-05-31T16:31:25+02:00

One of my sons is a natural-born competitor. Through his eyes, every normal activity is a race to the finish. He’s the first to get dressed every morning, the first to finish his breakfast and the very last to let go of the invisible “score card” we all tend to keep in our heads at times...

A False Trichotomy2019-05-31T16:31:25+02:00

Lessons I’ve learnt as a church planter | Roger Haynes

2019-05-06T13:45:26+02:00

In 2015, my wife Nicks and I planted a new CG congregation in Table View. It has been both daunting and delightful, so if you're embarking on a similar venture, here are some of our hard-won lessons so far on our journey. I hope they offer some assistance and inspiration to you.

Lessons I’ve learnt as a church planter | Roger Haynes2019-05-06T13:45:26+02:00
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