Whether you are a christian or not, why not come along and find out ...
“What’s stopping you from becoming the man you really know you should be?”
Too often we feel unable to leave something behind or step into a new beginning due to fear, anxiety or simply feeling that we are just not good enough. RELEASE 2016 aims to address these thoughts and feelings and provide men with an alternative perspective and way forward.
So, break the chains that are either confining you or stopping you from fulfilling what God has planned for you, and join us on the 26th November...
'But today I am freeing you from the chains on your wrists' Jeremiah 40:4
SPEAKERS AND TOPICS
The Unconditional Father's Love
Simon Pinchbeck. Christian Vision for Men. Regional Director England (East)
‘Nothing you can do can make Him love you more` ` Nothing you have done can make Him shut the door`
There are many men today that struggle with the fact that there is a Father God that loves them - for many reasons - in our talk today - ` The Unconditional Fathers Love` we hope to show men that they can have a loving relationship with God the Father - to enable them to go out & get the most from - not only the rest of this ‘Release’ Conference - but for the rest of their Christian lives.
Mental Health’……. Let’s Talk!
Paul “Gasky” Gask. Christian Vision for Men. Regional Director England (North) – plus special guest
“The biggest cause of death for a man under 50 in the UK is suicide”, “76% of all suicides in the UK were men (2014)” “12 men everyday takes their own lives”. Depressed? Why don’t men talk about their feelings? Why is suicide seen as a ‘way out’ by so many? This is a hard hitting talk about men and mental health by a man who was once on the brink of taking his own life.
Come & be a new kind of Man!
Paul Gask & Simon Pinchbeck.
Happy with your lot? Is your place in heaven assured? Are you going to sit on your sofa until that day comes? or are you going to have a go for Jesus!
Discover your heart for a life of freedom, passion and adventure. Come and hear how to become the man you really know you should be. Come and be a ‘new kind of Man’
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
The Kings Centre is situated in the centre of Wigston, on the outer edge of Leicester, to the south of the city. The Centre is on the A5199 Bull Head Street (which is the main route south from the City into Wigston and beyond towards Northampton) opposite Aldi and B&Q, and between Spa Lane and Mosely End.
The map above shows the public car parks that are available for a small charge, so please remember to bring change on the day. There is also some on-street parking but this is very limited and usually occupied by the surrounding houses and businesses.
There are a limited number of parking spaces at The Kings Centre reserved for disabled visitors. If one is required, please contact the organiser to reserve a space.
From Leicester City Centre:
Take the A5199 south from the City Centre. It is signposted to Wigston and Northampton. Continue for about 5 miles until you reach a large roundabout by a McDonalds restaurant. Go straight on. You are now on Bull Head Street. The Kings Centre is on your left, just after the Kwik-Fit garage and opposite Aldi.
From the M1/M69 motorway junction:
Take the A563 Outer Ring Road towards Leicester South & East. Continue for about 2½ miles until you reach a roundabout. Take the fourth exit, Stonesby Avenue, signposted to Wigston. Continue for about 1½ miles until you reach a T-junction with a mini-roundabout in the centre of Wigston. Turn left onto Leicester Road. Follow the road round to the right by the petrol station and you will come to a large roundabout by McDonalds. Take the third exit, which is Bull Head Street. The Kings Centre is on your left just after the Kwik-Fit garage.
Take the A5199 towards Leicester. As you come into Wigston there is a roundabout next to a cemetry. Go straight on and after coming down a hill you reach a set of traffic lights at a crossroads with a Texaco petrol station opposite on the left. Go straight on and this brings you onto Bull Head Street. The Kings Centre is on the right opposite Aldi.
The number 42,43,47,48 and 49 buses all run between Wigston and Leicester City Centre. Ask for the Paddock Street or Bull Head Street stop.
Although there is a station a couple of miles away in South Wigston, it is actually easier to get off at Leicester and take the bus or taxi to Wigston.