December 13th Salford FGBMFI meeting

Christmas Menu

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3rd Monday of the Month

The Salford Chapter have been meeting on the 3rd Monday of the Month at Chopsticks, on Swinton Square. You need to check for confirmation of meeting and location as Chopsticks [the current venue] had been undergoing an upgrade.

President : Stephen Blatch 07504490404

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September 15th 2014 David King

salfordfgb 090914 david king#1

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Richard and Amanda Towle

Richard and amanda towle 2011

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Peter Spreckley September 2011 poster

Peter Spreckley Sept 2011 – 1

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april 2012 dinner outreach Stephen Gerrard Hayden

stephen gerard hayden 17th april 2012

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20 march 2012 dinner outreach richard and amanda towles

Richard and amanda towle mar 20 2012

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February 2012 dinner outreach poster Manchester President Dave Cowling

Dave Cowling 21 feb 2012

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January 2012 poster Stephen Arthur Mills

Stephen Arthur Mills January 17th 2012

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September Dinner Speaker Peter Spreckley

Peter Spreckley, one of the National Directors of the FGBMFI UK&I, came to speak at Salford chapter september dinner meeting.

The President, Stephen Blatch, told a story of a mouse that he had an encounter with on holiday and used it as a parable about secret sins, forgiveness and reconciliation.

Peters testimony followed on with a tale of hidden secrets and forgiveness and reconciliation. What a God we have. The Holy Spirit leads and we do not know where he will blow.

Peter told us of a life that looked well on the outside , a successful solicitor, a church warden, an elder of the church, mowing the parish church lawn whilst paying someone to mow his. And yet he did not have a daily walk with the Lord. He questioned this and knelt down on his living room floor to ask Jesus into his life. After this very strong, powerful, emotional plea for God in his life he was granted his desires. And as we know there isn’t any room for good and bad in the same breath, and Peter’s life began to take a turn for the better. He told us of this journey with the help of the FGBMFI

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