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Jennifer Rees Larcombe Visit

We are delighted that Jennifer Rees Larcombe will be coming to Minehead Baptist Church on the weekend of the 27th & 28th September 2008.

Jennifer will be at the following meetings:

Ladies Breakfast – Saturday, 27th Sept 8.30 a.m.  Tickets £5.

Celebration for all – Saturday, 27th 7.00 p.m.

Baptismal Service – Sunday, 28th 10.30 a.m.

Big Issue; Does God Heal Today? – Sunday, 28th 4.00 p.m. (followed by a cuppa & cake)

Evening Healing Service – Sunday, 28th 6.00 p.m.

From Jennifer’s website, Beauty from Ashes:

Jennifer has a fruitful and long-established prayer, healing, speaking and writing ministry. After becoming seriously ill in 1982 with a virus that confined her with constant pain to a wheelchair for eight years, she was healed through the prayer of a new Christian at a meeting at which she was speaking. She has also experienced a broken marriage. Since then the Lord has focused her ministry on helping people adjust to pain, loss and trauma.

Please come along to the events, we’d love to see you!

Prayer Week 2008

Monday, 1st September to Friday, 5th September from 7.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. every evening in the Church; and also on Thursday, 4th Sept at 10.15 a.m.

Please join us for all or part to pray our fellowship and witness in this community.

If you can’t come or aren’t in the area, please pray at home!

Men’s Breakfast with Arthur White

 Saturday, 20th September 8.15 a.m. at Minehead Baptist Church

We will be holding a Men’s Breakfast. The special guest speaker, Arthur White, a 4-time world power lifting champion and a founding member of Tough Talk.

Tough Talk is a group of men with backgrounds of ex-hard men from the East End of London, ex-bouncers, ex- debt collectors,ex-drug abusers and ex-violent men who, having let God into their lives, have turned their backs on their past.

From the Tough Talk website about Arthur:

Arthur was a world Champion powerlifter, a successful businessman and a happy family man.Then, his life spiralled out of control. Cocaine, steroids and an affair wrecked his life. He lost his family, his business… everything. Death seemed the only way out. Yet, when everyone had given up on him, Arthur heard a voice calling out to him – the voice of God. On a freezing cold morning in Spitalfield market in East London, he responded to the voice and Jesus Christ came into his life. His life was restored and he had a reason to live. Arthur changed his ways and became a born-again Christian with a passion to tell others of God’s mercy and love. He is still powerlifting, but now without drugs, and has recently won a World Masters Powerlifting championship.

Please come along for a great time and a slap up breakfast! For tickets, please contact us.