Peter is rooted in the Church in Wales and has led churches over 25 years in rural, urban, Welsh language and youth-centred contexts. He is well versed in a variety of traditions of prayer and worship, describing his spiritual approach as seeking to be attentive to the Lord’s prompting for serving the community as we step out in faith.
In his diocesan role, he comes alongside people exploring how God might be leading them in new ways to be disciples and to serve as disciples. He helps promote a culture of being aware of how God calls and shapes both the faith community and individuals. In his parish role, Peter is keen to help open the eyes of folk unconnected to either church or the Christian faith to see how the amazing plan that God has for everyone will unfold for them.
When Jesus invites people to follow him, we find that God is even more interested in our spiritual lives than we are.
The session Peter is leading will look at practical ways we can hear God's voice and direction for us as individuals and as church communities. We will examine Scripture and life stories that will help us consider:
· Is the life I am living the same as the life that wants to live in me?
· How might God want us to project less shadow and more light onto the people and world around us?
· What is happening when we feel disillusioned in the pursuit of God’s calling over our life?
The maximum number of participants in each workshop is limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
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