Men at Willesborough
The men of
Willesborough Baptist Church get together for regular events on various
Saturdays during the year - both at breakfast time and during the
The aim is to spend time socialising together, and the speakers at the various events also prompt some thinking about the challenges of life facing men today.
All men are welcome to attend any of the organised events, and it's an opportunity to invite friends along as well.
Recent Breakfast with Suzie Flashman Jarvis
Susie told the story of her life and journey from modelling internationally in newspapers and magazines, through the trauma of Class A drug addiction and into the arms of a heavenly Father who made her new. She has a passion to see both men (and women) restored to experience the love of God and to know that they are truly sons (and daughters) of the King. Susie is an ex-page 3 model and her testimony was certainly a hard hitting and powerful one.
If you were unable to attend, or simply wish to hear Suzie's testimony again, please click on the link below to listen online or download to your computer.
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Christian Vision for Men (CVM)
The Men at Willesborough (MAW) group is affiliated to Christian Vision for Men (CVM).
Play the video below to hear the CVM story from Carl Beech, General Director of CVM >>
"Diamond Geezers" Weekend
Men from Willesborough Baptist Church spent a weekend at Elm Tree Farm Christian Conference Centre in Mersham near Ashford.
It was quite a full-on weekend, with six teaching sessions, food, late night films, honesty bar, more food, a clay pigeon shoot, some more food, and the weekend was rounded off with the men sharing Communion together.
Anthony Delaney was the main speaker. He delivered four of the six teaching sessions, all excellent. Anthony has written a number of books, including one called “Diamond Geezers” - which gave us the title for the weekend.
Click here to read a report of the weekend, along with pictures and also recordings of the six talks.