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Kevin Roberts writes:

You will see that the Newsletter outlines in some detail the priorities that we believe we are to develop in our work, and the new structure and organisation that we believe that we shall need in order to be effective over the country in our mission to enable little, local and ordinary churches to engage with the Holy Spirit for renewal, discipleship and mission. I am grateful to Phil Stone for contributing an article about the Scargill Movement with whom we are looking to partner more closely, and to Christopher Landau for his personal reflections after nine months working as the manager of the ReSource Future process. As well as some reports on recent ReSource work you will also find an inspiring article from Alan Kerbey our new Development Consultant, and a letter to you on the final page from Philip Carver, the Acting Chair of the ReSource Trustees.

After patiently journeying with us through the long discernment process I hope that you will be encouraged to hear news about the new things that are starting to emerge. I shall be sure to keep you informed as more detail emerges over the next few months.

Thank you once again for your prayerful support, as we keep you and all those who journey with us in our regular prayers in the Wells office. May this be for each of you a blessed Holy Week and Easter, as we reflect once again on the cost and victory of the cross, for us and for our salvation.

Alleluia! Christ is risen. And making all things new!

With all good wishes in our crucified and risen Lord Jesus,

 

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Kevin Roberts writes:

The Winter edition of the ReSource Newsletter will give you a small glimpse into the work we have been doing at ReSource in recent months, along with some initial feedback on the ReSource Future process from Christopher, an article about the Filling Station Trust, a book review and a Pentecost story. I hope that you enjoy reading it. The prayer diary for the next quarter can also be found above, with prayer-pointers for each day.

 

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Kevin Roberts writes:

I am delighted to send you the autumn editions of the ReSource Newsletter and Prayer Letter, both here attached, which I hope you will enjoy reading and using. It has been a pleasure in these last few months to be involved in a variety of church weekends, renewal days and retreats, and to be working alongside leaders in a variety of denominations and we have tried to give you a partial snapshot of this in the Newsletter. If reading it prompts you to think whether ReSource staff or associates might help you in similar ways into the months ahead, please be in touch and I would love to talk it through with you.

 

Kevin Roberts writes:

Thank you for your prayers and support over these last few busy weeks, in which the ReSource Future process has been in top gear alongside a full diary of regular work and speaking engagements. It has been an exhilarating autumn so far, and we thank God for His hand upon our work, and for the opportunities we have had to speak to a wide range of people about our future. Please do continue praying for us. We so need it and appreciate it as the essential underpinning of all that we do.

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Kevin Roberts writes

Thank you to all those who have contributed articles to the Newsletter, and our congratulations to one of our contributors, Fr Steven Benford, on his recent election to be the next Bishop of Dunedin in New Zealand. This is great news.

The ReSource Future process is taking shape for the autumn, and Christopher Landau gives more details about this in the Newsletter. Can I particularly draw your attention to:

 

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