SingleMinded 2017 will be held at DCF from 11am to 5:30pm on Saturday 30th September, with an optional meal on the evening of Friday 29th September. There will be four main studies, two split group discussions (guys/girls) plus times of worship, fellowship, and food. Full details of this years event can be found at singleminded.info
Here’s some brief detail as to why we think Singleminded is important: It’s easy to be distracted as a single person. Whether it is the pursuit of a career, the hope of marriage, the excitement of travelling the world, or any one of hundreds of hobbies and pastimes. And in general those things are not wrong – but what is to be the primary focus of our lives?
The dictionary says to be single-minded is having or concentrating on only one aim or purpose.
As Christians that surely has to be our relationship with God – and so the SingleMinded name really comes from our need to pursue God. The dictionary says to be single-minded is having or concentrating on only one aim or purpose. And so it’s with that intention that we aim to get to know God more, to understand how He would have us live, and what He would have us do.
For more details on SingleMinded we recommend checking out http://www.singleminded.info