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Sports personality Roy Walker is special guest at St. Paul’s

The special guest speaker at a Youth Service in St. Paul’s Parish Church on Sunday evening 5th March 2006 was well-known sports personality Roy Walker, now a leader with Crown Jesus Ministries.  Roy and Keith (Mitch) Mitchell - Evangelist with Crown Jesus Ministries, spoke about the ‘Street Reach’ project which will be held in Lisburn on Thursday 20th - Saturday 22nd April.  In a challenging address to the young people, Roy used his experience, as former Manager of Crusaders Football Club to illustrate what the cross means for us, indicating that it is a case of either Premier League or Relegation.  He said that what you need to play in the Premier League is to: Define your Destiny; Listen to the Manager (Jesus); Practice; Endure; Remember your Goals; and Stay Disciplined.

Pictured at a Youth Service in St. Paul’s Church on Sunday evening 5th March 2006 are L to R: (front) John O’Neill - Church Army and Roy Walker - former Manager of Crusaders Football Club. (back) Keith (Mitch) Mitchell - Evangelist with Crown Jesus Ministries and the Rev. James Carson - Rector of St. Paul’s.

The aim of ‘Crown Jesus Ministries’ is to see the people of Ireland Crown Jesus Lord of their lives. They are currently working in the Lisburn area with a number of the local churches. Over a 5 month period there will be workshops, seminars, training courses and special events all based on prayer and evangelism. This weekend ‘Fish Goes Large’ an interactive multi-media event aimed at young people, will be held in Elmwood Presbyterian Church, Ballymacash, on Saturday 11th March at 7.45pm.

For further information on the work of Crown Jesus Ministries, telephone (028) 9073 8338 or email info@crownjesus.org or visit the website: www.crownjesus.org

 

Elaine Coey - Director of Music and St. Paul’s Praise Band (including guests from Christ Church) pictured at a Youth Service in St. Paul’s Parish Church on Sunday evening 5th March 2006.