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May 2, 2013

'Journey to the Potter's House'

BRENTWOOD — Nowhere is there a more vivid example of the relationship between God and His people than is seen in the relationship between the potter and their clay. Find out more when Grace Ministries International presents Dr. Michael Ferris’ “A Journey to the Potter’s House” on Sat., May 11, 10:00 a.m.-Noon.

A Journey to the Potter’s House is a powerful ninety-minute illustrated parable that brings you face to face with God in a way that will forever change the way you understand His workings in your life. It is a message of hope, love and redemption that captures the hearts of young and old alike. Michael is an ordained minister, educator and potter from Connecticut who teaches counseling at the Masters level. Michael skillfully blends his gifts of craftsmanship, creative communications, his love for people and his love for God to bring this life-changing message. You will see what Jeremiah saw as he watched the potter take the clay through various stages, fashioning it into a useful vessel and like Jeremiah, you will grow in your understanding of how God can use all of the circumstances of your life, even the most painful ones, to fashion your life into a vessel of beauty, worth and purpose “a vessel of honor, fit for the masters use.

Admission is free and everybody’s welcome. There will be a free-will offering for Michael Ferris at the conclusion.

GMI is located at 263 Rte 125, Brentwood (near Epping). For more information about this event, please visit the church website at gracemi.org (Events) or call 603-642-7848. More information about Michael Ferris and “A Journey to the Potter’s House”, including testimonies, can be found on his website at ajourneytothepottershouse.com.

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