Space for Grace: A time for quiet reflection, prayer and finding a deeper rootedness in God
‘In contemporary society our Adversary majors in three things: noise, hurry and crowds. If he can keep us engaged in “muchness” and “manyness”, he will rest satisfied’. We are a distracted and often weary generation, driving ourselves on from one complex set of demands to the next. There is no time for depth, because we are too busy with other things. Many of us know that this is not how we want to live, and we long for a way for our lives to be differen. But how?
From Celebration of Discipline by Richard Foster.
Quiet prayer and centring ourselves in God’s word and silent warmth is a good place to start.
Space for Grace – every two weeks – Wednesday evenings 6.30pm.
[This is the last S4G before our break – we will resume after Lent/Easter, dates to be confirmed]