Womens Bible Study Conference
Lindors Country House, Wye Valley
Date: 4th - 6th October 2013
Speaker: Beth Grove
The next Women's Bible Study Conference is to be held at Lindors Country House. Situated in the heart of the Wye Valley, this elegant 19th century property offers striking scenery. It is within easy reach of Chepstow or Monmouth for a Saturday afternoon jaunt.
All rooms are ensuite, we can offer single and twin rooms. Some rooms are on the ground floor these are reached by a short flight of steps. Access to these rooms can be gained without using the steps by a route outside the building.
Coffee and tea making facilities are provided in each room. Full board with mid-morning coffee and tea are included in the price. There are lovely grounds in which to take a stroll with a stream running through the centre of the gardens.
There is a heated swimming pool with adjacent showers and a section for spectators. It is for our use during the weekend and is open between 7.30am and 9.00pm. Towels are provided for you to use at the pool and for your daily use.
The cost per person is £ 142.
Please do not let the cost stop you from joining us. If you need help with payment let us know by indicating this on the registration form.
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About the Speaker
Beth Grove lived in Africa for the first 18 years of her life, until she move to America to attend Emmaus Bible College, where she graduated with a degree in Biblical studies.
She moved to London to work among second generation Kurdish refugees from Turkey. For five years she worked full time be¬friending Kurdish teenagers, young women and families, travelling to and from Turkey to understand their culture and see if God would have her move to Turkey. However, during her time with the Turkish speaking church in London, she helped launch the Hyde Park Christian Fellowship Apologetics workshop in response to the growing radicalization of Muslims in London. HPCF attends the famous Speakers Corner every Sunday seeking to engage Muslims from all walks of life in open air impromptu discussions and debate on gospel issues.
Out of this work part of the team started the pfander Centre of Apologetics (defence of the faith) and research facility. The pfander team researches Islam's foundation and provides Christian answers to the FAQ's Muslims pose against the Christian faith. The pfander Team's vision is to see Britain's churches energized to answer the chal¬lenges of Islam in the West, so that Christians can move forward confidently as they are forced to engage with Islam. Beth also spends her time teaching English to speakers of other languages, from which a team of five have recently started a church plant in North London, seeking to bring the gospel to the 'lost' international communities of London.
For more information please contact;
Jan Norton (Newport): 01633 663211
Jill Williams (Newport): 01633 423761
Gloria Hare (Swansea): 01792 893355 / HAREGloh@aol.com