First off, many thanks to all of you for supporting TTS. Thanks to those who have been able to attend the sessions; to my wife Jo, who so faithfully helps me 'behind the scenes'; to Freedom, MHEC and City Church, for covering and supporting TTS; to Fiona and Gill, who provide such amazing support and refreshments; to the 'second years', who are very patiently waiting for the Virtues course to begin, and of course to our good God, who continues to bless us with the Word, week-on-week!
I want to give you all an important update - one that will affect TTS over the next month or so. I am currently scheduled for surgery on my lower spine. The date I've been given is Wed 13th Feb.
The operation itself is designed to alleviate sciatic pain, owing to a slipped disc. Those who know us personally will be aware that I had a couple of slipped discs around 2014-16, but God miraculously healed me. I enjoyed no symptoms, no pain, until Dec 2017 when (on an icy morning [much like today!]) I pulled my back again.
 What does this mean for TTS?
Originally, the Feb/Mar schedule was very full. In addition to the Sunday Foundations sessions at Freedom, we were also going to launch a new mid-week session, as well as the Scripture and Virtues sessions. However, I will now need to give time not just to the surgery itself but also to my subsequent recovery.
 As for TTS Foundations:
Our next Foundations session is scheduled for Sun 10th Feb at Freedom Church - this will not change. However, I will then take the rest of February off. Provided my recovery goes as planned, our next Foundations session will be on Sun 10th Mar at Freedom Church. (As for the mooted mid-week sessions, keep an eye open for announcements. I'm now hoping to start these in March or April.)
 As for TTS Scripture and Virtues:
Hopefully this all makes sense. I have adjusted the Term page accordingly, and if you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Finally, if I may be so forward, my wife and I would greatly appreciate your prayers at this time. The surgery (though relatively routine) is obviously producing a certain level of anxiety. More importantly, we believe that God can and does heal. He's literally done it with me before, quite miraculously, and he can do it again!
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