Presbyterian Churches are some of the most passionate churches about Bible teaching.

But we don’t merely want to be hearers of the word. We want to be doers. Jericho Road is where that can begin. It’s a unifying program that gives each of us a different way to practically show Christ’s compassion in the community – either through some of the work of Presbyterian Social Services or through fresh initiatives around the streets where you live.

The inspiration, of course, is Jesus. He told that most famous of road trip stories – of the Good Samaritan. That one man, who had no great organisation behind him, but transformed someone’s broken life because he stopped to help someone in need. But Jesus stopped on Jericho Road himself. First to bring healing to Bartimaeus. Then, to bring in a social outcast called Zaccheaus.

What will and your church do on Jericho Road? Take a look around to see what inspires – then contact us so we can help you get started.

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The Brave Series: Part 4 – The most essential thing

The most essential thing… Once again session four focussed on activating helpful thoughts when in an anxious situation. This session focused more on practical ways of activating helpful thoughts and examples where this technique is useful. The session started, as always, with a recap of previously acquired knowledge. A ‘true or false’ style game is…


The Brave Series: Part 3 – Helpful Thoughts

The third BRAVE session is titled ‘Activating helpful thoughts’, which is the “A” in the acronym BRAVE. As well as recapping knowledge from previous sessions, this session focuses on positive thinking. It brings up the idea that the thoughts you have directly affect the feelings you have. The session gives participants a range of tools…


The Brave Series: Part 2 – Outstanding!

I was much more impressed with session two of the BRAVE program. In this episode the program takes you through the first two letters of the acronym BRAVE. The first is ‘Body signs’ and the second is ‘Relaxation’. While the cartoon style and simplistic language still felt a little inappropriate for the demographic the program…

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