Portrush Summer Bible Readings

26 Jul

This is a guest post written by Emmaline McCollum, who very graciously was persuaded to do a bit of advertising the upcoming Summer Bible Readings happening at Glenmanus R.P Church.

As some of you may know, each year, Glenmanus R.P.C hosts its very own Summer Bible Readings.  And no, this is not the only time in the summer we read our Bibles!  They are simply a series of meetings held with the goal of encouraging Christians of all ages, rather than being evangelistic.  In previous years we have men such as Rev Andrew Stewart, Prof Edward Donnelly and Rev John Woodside speaking.  One of my favourite parts of the week each year is seeing so many different churches and denominations come and worship together; singing psalms and being taught from Scripture.

The Venue for the Bible Readings

This year we have Rev Ken Smith coming all the way from Pennsylvania, USA.  He is a well-known retired pastor in the RPCNA and served in Glenmanus in the 1970’s.   He will be speaking about “The Way, The Walk and The Work of Christian Discipleship”.   They take place on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week at 8pm in the Church.

So, if you have a spare evening this week, come and be encouraged, hear how you can serve God better in this important aspect of all of our Christian lives and enjoy Christian fellowship by the Sea!


4 Responses to “Portrush Summer Bible Readings”

  1. Emmaline July 28, 2010 at 10:50 am #

    UPDATE!! — Last night was really good. he spoke very Biblically and practically; challenging us as to whether we left our houses each morning prepared to make disciples – do we take tracts or gospels with us? Tonight and tomorrow night promise to be helpful and challenging too!! So, if you’re free, come!!!

  2. James July 28, 2010 at 10:56 am #

    I hope to make it there tonight. Looking forward to it.

  3. Steelo July 29, 2010 at 8:56 pm #

    If Another King puts up the audio from these I might* make it my home page.

    *Well, I won’t, but still – it would be appreciated!

  4. James July 29, 2010 at 9:58 pm #

    We’ll see what we can do. Wednesday night’s schooling on the Walk of a Christian Disciple was brilliant.

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