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Cor Deo UK News Update
Ron Frost, Peter Mead, David Searight and Mike Chalmers
One of the things I love about Cor Deo is the constant talk of ‘we’ and ‘us.’ Cor Deo is not a singular, independent Force or Source of truth. We are an inviting and spreading community who want to walk step by step with Jesus. Fellowship is at the centre of who we are and everything that we do. We are so glad that you are with us – your partnership with us is crucial!
We are coming to the end of a two week break in the middle of our Full Time Program and it’s been a good time to pause and reflect on our 12 weeks together so far. Please continue to pray for the nine of us as we meet together for eight more weeks – we would love God to bless our time.
Pray too for Ron who is back in the States for four more weeks – that the Lord would refresh him and give him good opportunities to write.
What’s Next?
We would love you to consider coming to a Cor Deo Intensive. There are many during each year (keep an eye on the website for extra dates) but we want to particularly flag up our next two:

  • August 11th – 15th: ‘Relational Faith.’ We will be studying John’s Gospel as well as history. A great opportunity for educators or anyone that can’t come in term time.
  • September 8th – 12th: ‘Level 2.’ This is a special week for anyone who has been to a Cor Deo Intensive or Mini-Intensive. We will be building on ground covered in our ‘Relational Faith’ Intensive.

There are currently places available on both of these… please email if you are interested!
Also can we ask you to pray for our 2015 Program? It seems a long way away but if you are interested in joining us, or you know someone who might be, check out our website and let us know.
In Him,

~ Mike
(on behalf of the Team)

You are invited to comment on Mike’s article at Cor Deo
Mike Chalmers
Recently has recently relocated to Chippenham to become Cor Deo’s full time Team Administrator and an Associate Mentor. Mike was born and brought up in Worcester but his journey to Chippenham has been via Wales. He was an American Studies student in Swansea, had various admin jobs in Cardiff, and then moved to Bangor (North Wales) to work for UCCF for 5 years. Mike loved being part of the 2013 Cor Deo full time program and is excited about serving the Lord with Cor Deo. As well as being a fan of admin, Mike enjoys playing, watching and talking about sport and movies. He also likes reading fiction and recently started to learn Spanish!
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