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Practising Jesus: Making sense of God and gospel in a compromised and messy world

Join us for this engaging talk and Christmas drinks


Chris Beales, the author of the new book Practising Jesus, has had a life-long passion to make a real difference in the lives of ordinary people both in Great Britain and overseas. The challenges that have driven him are these: how to make sense of God and Christian faith in today’s world and how to live out the gospel in the midst of all the pressures and compromises of daily life.

On Wednesday 4th December at this JustShare lecture, Chris will explore what it means to 'practise Jesus.' He’ll discuss how this impinges on political, economic and social issues; how to relate positively and creatively to people of different faiths and cultures; and how to find effective ways of working together to build a better world for everyone.

Please join us for this engaging discussion and Fairtrade Christmas drinks. Chris will also be displaying for sale beautiful hand-crafted Afghan rugs, the proceeds of which benefit disadvantaged weavers from Kabul


Speaker(s):

Revd Chris Beales | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

4 December 2013 at 6:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

JustShare
St Mary-le-Bow Church
Cheapside
Londn
EC2V 6AU
020 72485139
http://www.justshare.org.uk

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Tickets:

Free

Available from:

http://www.justshare.org.uk

Additional Information:

All welcome. See www.justshare.org.uk for more information.

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