'Holy Habits' in HAEBEA

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The churches of North Weald, Chipping Ongar and Epping (High Street and Lindsey Street), are benefitting from Andrew Roberts' book 'Holy Habits' (published by Malcolm Down Publishing).

The book challenges Christians to adopt a lifestyle of faith based upon the habits of early Christians in the Acts of the Apostles.

By way of an introduction to discipleship last autumn, Revd Cecil White, had successfully rolled out three duplicate sessions across each of the four churches.

Now, in 2019, he continues with three themed studies on 'the Apostles' teaching', 'fellowship', and 'the breaking of bread'.

He says, "These sessions are best suited to small groups and the way I am programming it is so as not to create weekly study groups for ever, but to do bite-sized studies with breaks in between."

If you are interested in finding out more about 'Holy Habits' in HAEBEA please feel free to contact Revd Cecil...

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