FINDING FORGIVENESS, GUIDANCE, LOVE, HOPE & HOME
With Adrian Adger
Adrian Adger is the minister of Clough and Seaforde Presbyterian Churches. Adrian and Karen's world was turned upsidedown when they were told that he has incurable cancer.
In this series of 5 short films Adrian shares some of his life experiences so that others will be encouraged and inspired to live their lives for God's glory by Finding Forgiveness, Guidance, Love, Hope & Home.
More info below.
"I thought I'd never know joy again in my life"
FACING CANCER STANDING TALL
At the age of fifty-four, Adrian Adger—church minister in the Presbyterian Church in Ireland and recently married—discovered he had inoperable, incurable cancer.
He was full of questions:
Why me? Is God punishing me?
Is my life effectively over?
Should I pray for healing?
Will I ever know joy again?
By sharing his journey with us, Adrian explains the extraordinary difference that Jesus Christ has made to him as he faces a bleak diagnosis. Although Adrian is facing cancer, he is ‘standing tall’—and not only because he is over 6 foot 7 inches tall.
This book will encourage and help anyone who is facing cancer themselves and point them to the God who will see them through the darkest struggles because he loves and cares for them.
"With courageous and vivid honesty, Adrian answers many challenging questions that people, including Christians, often confront when they discover they have incurable cancer."
Dr Cherith Semple, Cancer Care Specialist
If you would like to get your hands on a copy of Adrain's book it is available from...
Faith Mission Book Shop - Armagh, Ballymena, Banbridge, Bangor, Bethel - Belfast, Queen St - Belfast, Cookstown, Coleraine, Kilkeel, Lisburn, Vic Ryn, Londonderry, Lurgan, Omagh & Portadown.
Ards Evangelical Bookshop
Evangelical Bookshop Belfast
ICM Books www.icmbooksdirect.co.uk
Real Life bookshop in Enniskillen
The Burning Bush in Dungannon
Beulah Bookshop in Newcastle
The Secret Place in Ballyclare
Belfast City Mission
How to use the films
The Finding Series was released on Sunday 17th February 2019 on facebook (@CloughandSeafordePresbyterian) and then each Sunday at the same time for the following 5 weeks. Please like, comment and share with friends and family so we can reach as many people as possible. At the same time as releasing each film on Facebook they were also released on YouTube and Vimeo.
You can download the videos below.
Please use these films in your Church, home group, prayer meeting, youth group as well as sharing on your own social media.
You can use the trailer to promote the film series in Church, home group, youth group etc.
The full series is also available on DVD.