Carolyn Kinsman, 24/05/2017
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HOW TO HOLD ONTO GOD THROUGH SUFFERING

We know that even without the pandemic, life brings struggles or dark times. But over the last year, many of us have found more difficulties thrown at us and have found them harder to navigate too. These are challenges that don't really need to be listed - we know what they are because we're collectively living through them. One thing we'll never forget is the isolation and frustration of social distancing and lockdown.

In this video interview, Chris shares with Richard (St Michael's Church, Twerton) what he's learnt through his own experiences of suffering, how he's held onto God through the difficulties, and how God uses your situation in ways you never envisaged!

Watch the interview to hear Chris' wisdom about how to hold onto God through suffering:
 

Chris Brann

Chris Brann
26 February 2021

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Chris Brann was brought up in Bath, joined the army in his early 20s, and became a Christian in his 40s through an Alpha course. He then felt God calling him to be an evangelist so trained with Church Army. He's faced many health challenges but continues to hold on to God and tell others about the Good News of Jesus.




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Chris Brann, 26/02/2021
Carolyn Kinsman, 24/05/2017