Next Men's Breakfast:
12th March at 8.00 am when we have Justyn Larcombe talking about riches to rags to reconciliation.
Venue: All Saints Church Halls, Chapel Green, Crowborough, TN6 1ED. Parking available in Glebelands also off Chapel Green.
So do come along and join us - better still, bring a friend or two with you. (As usual pay on the day, £8 per head for "regulars", £5 per head for "newcomers").
If you would like to go please speak to Graham Sheldon or email him.
Other 2016 breakfast dates are:
- 28th May - Simon Braid: searching for his birth parents and Jesus
- 16th July - Wim Mauritz: man of faith - Mozambique, Dafur & Tunbridge Wells.
- 17th September - Roger Murphy: from thug to evangelist.
- 19th November - Mark Blythe: sports outreach guru .
- Jonathan Evans, Baron Evans of Weardale, Director-General of MI5 from 2007-2013. Recounting many unusual and interesting stories of his time with the MI5 "spy shop" made very interesting listening, not least his testimony of God's guidance throughout his whole career.
- Julian Dale, a Defence Barrister with amusing anecdotes from court life and God's grace in his life.
- Chris Large East Sussex Deputy Fire Chief. Some tough real life dramas.
- Bernard Firkins whose talk was entitled 'In and out of the rough, life of a professional golfer, both on and off the course'.
- Marcus Nodder, Senior Pastor at The Barge which is moored in the West India Dock area at Canary Wharf and is the only church in this re-developed area.
- Revd Chris Lawrence. Chris had a successful career with the MoD designing and testing new munitions for the Navy’s underwater weapons programme. That all changed when, he came to faith in Christ aged of 39 and within a few years Chris resigned from his job and trained for the ministry before arrival at Framfield.
- Alex Pease. A fascinating career as a top lawyer with international law firm Allen & Overy led him to find Jesus after some miraculaous happenings which just couldn't be co-incidences.
- Graham Cole, well known as PC Tony Stamp in ITV’s 'The Bill' in addition to appearances on many other popular shows (Dr Who, Casualty etc).
- Roger Carswell, one of the leading evangelists in the country
- Michael Lee County Court Judge - recently retired. He had some interesting and entertaining stories from his life on the bench.
- Andy Duncan past Chief Executive of Channel 4
- Ray Scantlebury, speaking about his work in Iraq.
- Chris Knott, speaking on "Miracle, Murder, Malawi" an amazing story of miracles in his life.
- Steven St John. Steven trained as an actor and amongst his claims to fame he has "done Pinter" with Richard Briers and shared a flat with "Dr Who" (you can guess which one).