Now that the nations are opening up again, it's with great delight that we invite you to our On Campus OPEN DAY!
Book Saturday 19 March in your diary now and plan to visit in person!
The day will feature:
Live teaching from Charis Dumfries Staff
Samples from the teaching available from Charis via video
Testimonies from current students
Answers to your questions about studying at Charis
Fellowship with like-minded believers
Doors will be open from 9.30am for a day that runs from 10am-5pm. You're welcome to come and go at any point during the day.
Please bring your own lunch - drinks will be provided!
Questions of Faith
Cecil Paxton blessed over 200 people with his in-depth teaching on healing at a January Zoom meeting hosted by Charis Dumfries.
"Cecil's teaching was deep and very impactful!"
"It's like eating a nourishing meal!"
Audio recordings of the three parts of the teaching are available on our YouTube channel.
Andrew Sharp interviews Cecil about the beginning of his involvement in the healing ministry. Click here.
Cecil Paxton teaches about knowing who we are in Christ so that we can be confident to claim and retain the healing we have in Christ. Click here.
Cecil answers participants questions about the practicalities of healing. Click here.
God's Glory in us!
Isn’t it amazing that Jesus prayed for us on the night that He was betrayed! (John 17: 2-23) .
Even though He knew what He was about to face, He lifted His eyes to heaven and prayed for you and me. He prayed that we would be one with Him and one with each other. Such amazing unity!! We are one in Him.
But then Jesus prayed that through His death He would give us His glory. And the wonderful truth: it’s a done deal! He has already given us His glory; it is not something to work for, grow into, or to be attained. His glory lives in us now.
But what is this glory? When Moses asked to see God’s glory, God said “I will make all my goodness pass before you.” (Exodus 33:19).
So you can see that God’s glory is the same as His goodness: all the goodness of God dwells in every believer and it is by this that the world will know Jesus; they will see Jesus in us.
It is like a never-ending circle of love between us and God, flowing from the throne of God, into our hearts and out into a hurting, hopeless world. This is the Good News that we carry within us.