Last weekend the church families from Elles Road Bible Chapel, Rosedale Bible Chapel and Edendale Christian Fellowship were involved in the Invercargill Winter Bible School.
Graeme Hillas writes:
“Yes, Invercargill Combined Bible School was a very encouraging and challenging time last weekend. There were four sessions each afternoon with a time of fellowship during the break for afternoon tea. The weekend was organized by both Rosedale and Elles Road Bible Chapel.
"Invitations were extended to southern fellowships all the way up to Queenstown and Henley. Up to 60 people came to a couple of sessions, and a core group of roughly 40 came for the two afternoons. Everyone who attended was built up by teaching on the armour of God from Ian Lowe and challenged by a practical look at prayer by Rob Morton (pictured above).
"The prayer teaching sessions were interactive, with small opportunities to put into action the ideas taught from the Word. It was great to be able to come together like this and share in a time of teaching and fellowship.”
(Rob is the curriculum developer for the Rally movement, and he trains up Bible teachers for the local church by leading the Tim Course in Christchurch.)