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You are invited to A Day on Discipleship

2015-04-16 09:00

Redemptorist Publications are hositing A Day on Discipleship with Fr Denis McBride C.Ss.R & David Wells. 

Date: Saturday 18 April 2015

Time: 10.30am to 2.00pm

Venue: St Nicholas School, Ringswell Avenue, Exeter EX1 3EG. 

Fr Denis will be speaking on Jonah, the Reluctant Disciple. This is a story for our time - the only prophet who needed to be called twice. You watch him struggling with his identity, his direction, and his outlook. Who is he? Where is he going? What shapes the choices he makes? Jonah struggles not only with God but with himself and his fondness for his own reputation. He is stunningly modern, a challenge for our time. 

David Wells will be talking about modern day discipleship and through story telling he invites us to open our eyes and hearts to God and enjoy our own moments of grace amid the hustle and bustle of daily life.  David will tell you he is an ordinary man living an ordinary life. Yet all those who have heard him speak will know him as an extraordinarily gifted communicator with an amazing ability to draw deep spiritual lessons from everyday experiences.  

This event is free and a light buffet lunch will be provided by Redemptorist Publications.Please RSVP so that we can ensure that we cater for enough people. Email: dayondiscipleship@rpbooks.co.uk 

For more information about A Day on Discipleship please see our full invitation

A Day on Discipleship is also a celebration of the launch of David Wells' book; The Reluctant Disciple

A bookstall will be available where copies of The Reluctant Disciple by David Wells and Fr Denis McBride’s latest book Praying the Rosary can be purchased. The authors will be delighted to sign copies of their books. If you are not able to attend and would like to order a book, please call 01420 88222, sales@rpbooks.co.uk, visit our website www.rpbooks.co.uk.

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