EfM participants share: so what keeps you coming back?

By Rev. Val Kenyon

“I’m learning to find God in the ordinary and I’m finding this deepens my understanding of all of life …”

“…I think it makes me a better Christian because my faith has become more personal…”

“…I have learned that context is important and I can now apply that understanding to all parts of my life; it really helps me better understand my past actions as well…”

“…Every week is something new as we learn to think more about the Bible and the stories in it… ”

“…EfM challenges us to look at the Bible and Christianity differently as our preconceptions are challenged…”

“…Living my faith is an all-week endeavour.  I volunteer my time for lots of different things, but EfM… I do that for me .”

“…Learning takes time, and so I keep coming back to give myself the time I need to think and to reflect…”

“…The more I read the Bible, the more I’m realizing that its message is timeless, filled with universal metaphors …”

For more information on EfM and how you might join this journey of exploration, please contact Libi Clifford, the Diocese of Huron EfM Coordinator or myself Val Kenyon at [email protected]

Rev. Val Kenyon is EfM Animator in Huron.