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Posted date: 18 Apr 2018

MEN COME TO FAITH AT MEN’S DAY TOUR

We had an awesome time during our first batch of Going Against the Grain days. At locations in Portsmouth, London, Coventry, Gateshead and Rayleigh. Each event centered around themes from the new book of the same name, written by our CEO, Nathan Blackaby. Men were fired up and sent out to live lives different to how the world urges us to live.

However, as usual, alongside the serious was the frivolous and we can only think that some of the guys have been practicing darts as several the scores, during our traditional men’s day warm up, were very respectable.

There was also discussion among the fellas with the vital objective of coming up with a Top 10 list of Takeaway foods. Earth changing stuff!

 

For all the fun though, not only were Christian men fired up, but we saw a different man come to faith in Jesus for the first time, at each event! praise Jesus!!

That is what CVM are all about. Well done to the guys bringing their not-yet-believing mates to these men’s days.

 

Make sure you ask as many of your mates to come to The Gathering 2018, for the same reason.

 

If you didn’t get the chance to attend a Going Against the Grain day, don’t worry, there are more lined up in the autumn in the following regions:

  • Cornwall 6 Oct 
  • Wales 20 Oct
  • Scotland 20 Oct
  • Canterbury 10 Nov
  • Chelmsford 17 Nov
  • Manchester 24 Nov
     

Find more info for these online here

 

Don’t forget! The Going Against the Grain book is now available to buy online

 



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