Turning broken dreams into new beginnings – CANCELLED
This event has been cancelled due to family illness. We hope to rearrange the event in the future. We will readvertise then. Thank you for your interest.
Perhaps a greater tragedy than a broken dream is a life forever defined by it.
You long to be married but are still single.
Your artistic career has never taken off.
A crushing diagnosis has shattered the dreams you held for your child.
The whirlwind romance ended in divorce.
What do you do when your dreams die?
Join us for an evening with Sheridan Voysey, speaker, broadcaster, author of Resurrection Year: Turning broken dreams into new beginnings.
After ten years of repeatedly dashed hopes, Sheridan Voysey and his wife came to a heartbreaking conclusion – their dream of having a child was over. Hear him share their heart-felt story of loss and new life with honesty and humour, while offering wisdom for recovering from our own broken dreams and reconciling with a God who is ‘sometimes silent but never absent’.
Wednesday 13th February 2019 at 7.30pm
St James Concert & Assembly Hall.
Parking at Elizabeth College by kind permission.
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Sheridan is an award-winning writer, speaker and broadcaster. His seven books include Resurrection Year: Turning broken dreams into new beginnings. He is a regular presenter of Pause for Thought on BBC Radio 2’s Chris Evans and Vanessa Feltz shows, has been featured on BBC Breakfast, BBC News, Channel Five News and numerous print and radio outlets, and speaks at events and conferences around the world. Before relocating to the UK in 2011 Sheridan was the founding host of Open House, a nationally-syndicated radio show that successfully engaged Australia’s spiritual but not religious crowd. We will be welcoming Sheridan for his first visit to Guernsey.