July eNews

Dear Friend,

We know it is still June and we do try to keep to just one email a month from us but we wanted to just quickly write to remind you of a few important things you need to know about in the next couple of weeks:

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June 2019 eNews

Dear Friend
June is here and the summer sunshine with it.

This summer we have some lovely events coming up not least the Unwavering Hope conference on the 6th July. See below for links on how to book or contact Carole Rawley directly if you want to do arrange for a group booking for the women and teenagers in your church. Book now so you don’t miss out on the early bird booking price - available until the 17th June!

Later this week people within different leadership roles within the Lifelink Family will be gathering at Hothorpe Hall for a Heart2Heart gathering. Our time together will be a mini retreat from the day to day of serving in our homes and churches, a space to listen to God’s Word an reflect on His guidance as well as support one another in prayer. If you missed out on joining us for this event we are pleased to announce that we have changed the date and day of the next Heart2Heart gathering to allow those who have commitments on Wednesday’s to attend. The new date is Thursday the 10th October

We are also really looking forward to welcoming Eugene Smith to be with us on the 13th July for our next Leader’s Forum. This will be a day full of Spirit filled and Word fuelled teaching that will prepare you for the practical and necessary role of mentoring leaders. As we look to the future for our churches are we confident in our ability to mentor those around us? What does God’s Word have to teach us about this and how can we practically become involved in mentoring in the 21st Century context. Come along to the day, be encouraged and equipped as we fellowship together. 


(on behalf of the whole Global Horizons team)

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May 2019 eNews from David & Sonia Brown

Dear Friends,

It’s finally getting into our winter season and it feels cold – 21°C as we write. The biggest excitement since we last wrote is our visit to Malawi – our first visit there. It was a similar distance to get there as we normally drive to Northwest Zambia, but much more pleasant as there were very few lorries on the road and it goes through a mountainous area of eastern Zambia rather than the industrial Copperbelt….

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