Chris Edmondson

How is your sense of direction?! Whether it’s good or not, I feel sure like me, you’ll have had experiences of being lost, or taking wrong turnings. The Old Testament book of Exodus tells the story of what turned out to be the people of Israel’s 40 years wandering in the wilderness…which could have been a lot shorter, had it not been for wrong turnings and doses of disobedience!

Maybe you’re currently not sure where God is leading you, feel in a cul de sac, or that he’s left you to wander alone in a wilderness of whatever kind. If so, we’d love you to come and join us, as we explore what we can learn from these ancient, but very relevant experiences of wandering and wondering.

We will be led on the journey by Bishop Chris Edmondson, Chair of the Scargill Movement since 2009.

If you would like to attend, but the cost of the ticket is a difficulty for you, then contact Phil in confidence about a bursary to help with the cost.

About Chris Edmondson

Chris Edmondson is Bishop of Bolton, Chair of the Scargill Council, and a former Warden of Lee Abbey, Devon. He is author of a number of books on leadership, community and mission.

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