|Spill the Beans, Issue 4, Now Available|
|Written by Peter Johnston|
|Tuesday, 29 May 2012 00:39|
This one has been a long time coming, and apologies to all those (around 135 churches for Issue 3) that have been awaiting the next Issue. We had intended it to be available at the beginning of this month but my ill health rather got in the way of any extra-curricular activities, like editing together all the fab creative goodness from the team. However, finally, Issue 4 of Spill the Beans is here! This covers 3 June to 26 August, or Trinity Sunday to Pentecost 13 for the liturgical among us.
We're delving into the story of King David in this issue following 1 and 2 Samuel through the lectionary. It is quite a journey! We haven't skimmed over the tricky bits, but that does mean there are a couple of challenging albeit also helpful and enlightening weeks along the way. It is a worthwhile journey, however, and there is something each week for all ages.
If you'd like to download a copy of Issue 4 for use in your church or personally, then click the button below. It is an absolute bargain at only £12. You can make a secure payment via PayPal and then the file should wing its way to you.
Please note, when you have completed payment the window you will see has a yellow button saying "Return to Merchant". You must click on this button in order to get to the page where you can download the file. There is no other way to receive the file or link code to the file, it is not emailed to you. You have 24 hours to download the file, so if there is a
glitch in the download, you can try again within that time. The Adobe pdf file is approximately 5 MB.
You can also get involved in feedback and discussion on the Spill the Beans blog, where we try to put up weekly PowerPoint backgrounds too.
If you would like a print copy of Spill the Beans, Issue 4, then this can be arranged. The cost is £20+P&P and these can be arranged directly with the office at Lanark Greyfriars Church. Each issue is in full colour and comb bound for ease of use. We have had to raise the costs of the print copy from our initial issues as we have found the original costs were not covering the costs of producing the copies.