A change of pace

20140602-202428-73468599.jpgA change of pace for me for the next few months!

After 16 years as a Methodist minister I am just now taking a three month sabbatical.
The time never seemed right before but, after various prompts, it feels a good opportunity now. Apart from feeling a bit anxious about stepping back from things at the house of prayer, I am relishing the possibility of space and different focus for a bit.

I am going to use some of the time to write up the Beacon Forerunner End Times course as a draft book for publishing. I am also going to use my camera to explore some landscape photography. Hopefully Karen and I can get some more time together and be renewed spiritually, and we look forward to having August clear for some special family holidays.

I will try to blog how these coming weeks progress, especially as I put pen to paper about this forerunner call to help prepare people for Jesus’ 2nd coming. I am praying that God will lead me and shape me and bless my family and friends too, in this season.

Blessings
William

About williamrporter

William is married with two children. He helps lead a house of prayer in the Midlands of the UK. William loves God and counts photography, music and walking as hobbies. Living life to the full amongst good friends and family are some of the precious gifts of his life.
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3 Responses to A change of pace

  1. Phil Gough says:

    Will be praying for a very fruitful sabbatical, William!! Enjoy every moment.

  2. Jackie Bellfield says:

    Prayers for space, peace, rest and many blessings.

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