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Spring 2011 Newsletter

Spring 2011 Newsletter

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Published by Rob Bradshaw
Deo Gloria Trust
Deo Gloria Trust

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Published by: Rob Bradshaw on Mar 03, 2011
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Spring 2011
DEO GLORIA TRUST (Founded 1965)Selsdon House, 212/220 Addington Road, South Croydon, Surrey CR2 8LD
020 8651 6428
dgt@deo-gloria.co.uk www.deo-gloria.co.ukRegistered Charity No. 243305
Promoting the Good News about Jesus Christ and encouraging Christians to share it with others
The Trust started the Cathedral Project in 2006. It was an ambitious plan tocommission a textile artist (Jacqui Frost) to design and make a set of 10 screens onthe theme of CREATION to be displayed at Coventry Cathedral. This was to help thehuge number of visitors, who pass through the doors of the cathedral every day,discover more about the Christian faith and understand more clearly why such abuilding was built in the first place. Five years and much stitching later, we now have
sets of textile art work with thetitles:
River of Life
Good Grief? 
The Beatitudes
Our Father 
Ritesof Passage
 Jesus Is
, and
The Journey 
.(See www.cathedralexhibition.org.uk for more details about them.)These exhibitions are rotated around;Bristol Cathedral, Coventry Cathedral, Dewsbury Minster, Exeter Cathedral,Gloucester Cathedral, Leicester Cathedral, Rochester Cathedral, York Minster and weare actively inviting the Deans of other Cathedrals to use these displays.In addition to the screens for use in cathedrals we also have textile replicas of
Our Father 
as banners for churches to hire. These have beenused in the past year for 24/7 prayer events, church anniversaries and celebrations,Easter and Harvest celebrations, and various mission outreaches and initiatives.To accompany the exhibitions we havewritten and produced leaflets givinginformation about the artwork andthemes. In addition we have now printeda 128 page, hardback book:
threads through life and faith 
This beautiful, full colour book gives theartist’s thoughts behind each exhibitionas well as the passage from Scriptureupon which they are based. The book isnow available from Deo Gloria and also incathedral bookshops. If you would like tobuy a copy please visit our website
or call us on020 8651 6428.
NEW! - So, who is this Jesus? Magazine
We have decided to return to the original concept of a gospel as an A4 glossy magazineand have ‘freshened-up’ the design and content.
Over the past decade we have produced a gospel of Luke in various guises and under anumber of names, including
No Ordinary Man
So who is this Jesus?,
Why 2000? 
So, who is this Jesus? magazine
Gospel of Luke in Contemporary EnglishVersion (CEV) (chapter and verse numbersremoved)Life Stories – new testimonies of differentpeople whose lives have been changed byJesusQ&As – Frequently asked questions aboutJesus /The Bible /Christianity answeredEnquirer response via the
Christian Enquiry  Agency 
at www.christianity.org.ukAs with all Deo Gloria materials, our priceswill be kept as low as possible to encouragetheir use.
Watch out for the availability date atwww.deo-gloria.co.uk
A few copies of
No Ordinary Man
are still available at a special priceof 75p each and may be obtained through our website, along with allour other materials for outreach –
On Your Marks
version is now available with updated text for the
 Journey Into Life
section and a fresh design with an Olympicfeel (London 2012 is not far away!)Why not take a look at
and see howyour church/organisation could get involved with the LondonOlympics?
Order copies of On Your Marks via our website
Christian Enquiry Agency 
Following many years of partnership with the Deo Gloria Trust, the Christian EnquiryAgency has transformed itself into an organisation that is ready to meet theopportunities of the internet age.
The CEA gives free, reliable and objective information to those who want to find outmore about the Christian faith. Under its new coordinator, Peter Graystone, it haslaunched a fascinating website:
Very soon after its launch in November 2010, the site was being visited by about 100new enquirers every day. During the week before Christmas, while the BBC wasbroadcasting
The Nativity 
, that figure rose to 900 per day at the start of this year.The numbers have settled now at about 500 per week.Of those, about a dozen people every week make contact and are given whateverhelp they ask for to take their next step of faith – part of the Bible, prayers,information about local churches, or guidance about responding to Jesus’ call. Thepartnership with Deo Gloria helps to provide this life-changing service.
The Nativity 
and as a result she went to midnight communion for the firsttime on Christmas Eve. She googled 'Christianity' on Boxing Day and foundwww.christianity.org.uk. She wrote, ‘During the service I started to think about Godand Jesus and wondered why people believe in them so strongly. I suppose I ought tostart reading the Bible but I've no idea where to begin ...I feel something important ishappening but I have never been slightly religious so I don't know what to make of it. Iwould quite like to go back and try church again but I feel I need to know morebefore I do. Can you offer any help?’Through Deo Gloria, M got help the very next day, and the conversation that began atChristmas is still going. Do take time to look at the website and think about whetheryou could add the address www.christianity.org.uk to the foot of letters, emails,church news sheets or websites.

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