The motto of the Keswick Convention is ‘All One In Christ’ and this motto has remained unchanged for over 140 years – why? Well in the New Testament we read the verse that twhis motto came from – it’s over 2000 years old.
There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.
This was a theme that was important to God then and has remained.
When the church comes together and works together as one we see great things happening. Let’s work towards seeing our common goal of growing in Christ and letting others know about Him surpass our differences, preferences and prejudices.
There’s still time to get involved in catching the wave, it’s not too late to get started. If you want a book there’s still some available from Fulwood Free Methodist Church. There’s also an option to get the daily prayer thoughts delivered to your email via our friends at trypraying via this link. Enter your name and email address and you’ll be subscribed to the list once you’ve verified who you are by clicking on a link in the email they send you.
These 40 days of prayer are part of our Focus on 40 as we look forward to celebrating our 40th Anniversary as a community this next weekend. We don’t want to just be looking back on the 40 years that have already been, we want to be looking forward to the next generation and all that God has planned.