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e-News March 2019

News November 2018

Latest News – October 2018

We didn’t send a newsletter out in September but we hope to be back on track with our monthly e-news. You can read the latest e-News here: Latest e-News

And you can read past editions of the newsletter here: e-News Archive

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News August/Sept 2018

Read the latest news, testimonies, prayers and stories from across the Inspire Movement.

 

News July 2018

Here is the latest news from the Inspire Movement.

We didn’t send a newsletter for June.

Updating Our Records

Thank you for your help, and your patience!

We are taking this season as an opportunity to update all our records, including our mailing lists. That might take us a little while, so please be patient with us. If you haven’t heard from us and would like to update your contact details and/or your subscription preferences, or if you have any problems accessing the website, then do get in touch: [email protected]

There was no monthly e-News sent out in June. But there was a Prayer Bowl.

You never have to miss an e-News or Prayer Bowl, because we keep an archive on the website here: Newsletters

If you’d like to subscribe to receive the e-News and/or Prayer Bowl every month you can do that here: Newsletters

News May 2018

Latest good news stories, events, prayer updates and more…

April News

News March 2018

February E-News

 

Testimonies

“I have been helped (by Inspire) to practice God’s presence more intentionally in my everyday life and seeing God at work to pray and see answers to pray and see God working in the lives of those I come across in my daily life and in the life of the other participants.” Belfast, 2017

The difference already that Band has made to my life? It has got me through some really difficult times building me up and encouraging me.  It has led me into new and exciting things and it is always a time where we encounter God.  We come away blessed because we have met with God and … Continue reading

“From the Inspire sessions, I have being trying to practice the Presence of God in a more consistent way and am slowly improving! I have found this good, and I am so reminded of His presence during the day and at the end of the day. I am much more aware of the Holy Spirit … Continue reading

“Using this format (fellowship band), and the ideas from Inspire has been the most formative and indeed inspiring ‘thing’ for want of a better word, that I have been part of for years.”

“I feel more confident in who I am as a Christian but also as a leader in Christian ministry.”

“I have been so blessed in prayer band, its hard to think how my Christian life progressed before I had this support, encouragement and missional mindset.” Enniskillen, 2017

“The Inspire Learning Community has helped me to intentionally reflect on where God is at work. It has given me to the space to explore, reflect, & learn more about what it means to ‘church’.”Dublin, 2017

“When you are with other people in band, truth becomes the louder voice over shame and guilt. Fellowship band gives Truth it’s place as priority over our lives.” Ballynahinch, 2017

Our Learning Community became a time of blessing when we were challenged to recognise and accept the missional presence of God in our lives, and to consider the practical implication of the great commission directives for our group as a mission base. Mitchelstown, 2017

“No matter how tired I have been going to these sessions I have always come away spiritually encouraged, refreshed and enthused to continue on in God’s mission wherever I am.”

“Thanks so much for the teaching sessions this year. I found them inspirational and I love the discussion format – it really engages those present, and we learn so much more than listening to a talk. It is one of the few places that ministers get “fed” and so is very valuable to us”