160 plus men attend Joshua Men’s fellowship weekend

On October 8 160-170 people arrived to sign in and get settled in at King’s College, Otahuhu.

They were attending attended MAX2018NZ, a Joshua Men’s Fellowship event.

The Theme was based on the word ‘’UNLESS’’. Unless we act to make changes and make it happen things will stay the same.

Look to scripture John 12.24 and try to discover the ‘’UNLESS’’ in our lives. Without the death of the Lord Jesus, burial, and resurrection there would be no salvation.

Paul Mulvany reports that:  “Throughout the weekend we listened to good, diverse presenters & speakers.

The food in the cafeteria was great; both for the soul & what was edible in abundance.”

On Saturday there was a choice of five workshops to attend.

The workshops were followed by the Sacrament of Reconciliation, Silence, Prayer and Recreation.

“Response time/Ministry/Prayer teams were inspirational & for those who read what our leader wrote applied to me similarly to be prayed upon for spiritual healing and more prayers for anyone with needs.,” said Mulvaney

“For the latter, the opportunity presented itself for in my case it was of a family nature and suffice to tell you there are prayers already being answered.”

On Saturday & Sunday at noon participants attended Mass in the school’s church.

“We thank Bishop Emeritus Denis Browne for his loyal service & welcome the new National Joshua Chaplain Bishop Emeritus Colin Campbell.”

Supplied Paul Mulvaney

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