23 Oct 2013

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The Coach House

LaVonne has returned from America and has re-adjusted to life in England and The Coach House. In fact, she hit the ground running, for we have been very busy with visitors from America, Uganda and Nigeria. Next month we will have an arrival from Canada.

Our visitor from America, from Tennessee, Gary Beaton, drew some from around the country to join us for a weekend that turned into a phenomenal time of ministry and divine encounter.

Gary wrote: “What a marvellous and extraordinary Divine Appointment! Many treasured memories of days full of prayers, rest and spending time with the most precious ‘friends of God.’ Truly life-changing! Thank you, Eric & LaVonne!!!”

The Coach House is a special place of God’s habitation, not just visitation – a place where those who are not Christians have been shown around and find themselves in tears without knowing why. And, when they ask, they are told that they are experiencing the Presence of God.

You can keep up with life at The Coach House by checking out its Facebook page – http://facebook.com/thecoachhousebexhill. There you will find regular news items and photos.


MP, Mayor & Councillors with Eric

The Pelham project

Unfortunately Eric’s involvement with The Pelham has come to an end with the trustees feeling unable, for financial reasons, to continue to employ him.

Eric is very disappointed as he is convinced that he was, and is, God’s man for the job, as the trustees all believed at the outset.

Coinciding with their decision, God supplied a five-figure single donation in His usual exquisite timing. Eric took this as God’s affirmation and encouragement to continue; but the trustees evidently felt otherwise. When Eric learned of their decision, he was in the Bexhill Observer, published that very day, pictured (right) alongside the Member of Parliament, the Mayor and three local councillors all expressing their support for this great community project. There were resources as well as a brochure ready to go to print.

So it was/is perplexing  — but the Pelham project does go on, and we wish it every success.

Has it been God’s hand, freeing Eric to come fully alongside LaVonne in the work of The Coach House? Time will tell. So stay tuned.

Read about the project as we first published about it.

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