Prayer Resources – Week 2

This week’s ‘Word of the Week’ is “disciple”. It follows on nicely from last week’s theme and of course is inspired by what we are hearing in our scripture at Church at the moment. We are hearing the stories of the early church – the first disciples and how they set up the same church we are part of today. Despite being nearly 2000 years ago the lessons, challenges and actions of those first disciples can tell us so much about following Jesus today.

It’s also no coincidence that the word discipline comes from disciple. We often think of discipline as being told off but actually it’s about the choices we make in our lives. You need self discipline to learn a musical instrument or get good at a sport – discipline is actually about how we choose to be as people, not just about the rules we have to follow.

All those people taking exams have to be disciplined at the moment and be committed to doing what they need to do and we can support them in that. Remember to keep them in your prayers this week! Also if you are in Year 11 or Year 13 remember you can start coming down this week to film your leavers video! Don’t miss out!


We begin with the Sign of the Cross

It’s time for our “Word of the Week” watch the video above and check out for the notices at the bottom of the screen – don’t forget to leave your comments below!

Think about the things in your live where you need to show discipline – how can you do it?! Also don’t forget to keep showing your a follower and don’t forget to follow us this week @b3inspirational or be.inspirational.becket

Lord, help us find the courage to be a disciple. Amen.

We finish with the Sign of the Cross


We begin with the Sign of the Cross

Discipline is an incredibly powerful thing. It’s what lead the disciples to change the world because they – with a bit of help from the Holy Spirit – faced all sorts of challenges and obstacles and fear and spread the Good News. We’ve all got challenges ahead – how are you going to chose to face them?

Make a list of the challenges that people in your form face and put them up in your classroom.

Don’t put names on it – keep it anonymous – it just keep it there as a reminder of what we’re all facing at the moment. That way we can be understanding and supportive as we meet those challenges face on!

Lord, help us to understand the challenges others face and to find the strength to move forward. Amen.


We begin with the Sign of the Cross

20151024_WOC501_2This whole term is about Right and Wrong It’s going to look at issues around law and order and about our Justice system. Its going to look at why you can do some things and why you can’t do others and most importantly what that means for you!

This week use the Key Process of “Expert Groups” to look at some of the arguments for and against staying in Europe. Have a vote as a form – Would you stay in or leave the EU.

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Lord, help us to listen to our conscience and be guided by our faith to understand what’s right and wrong. Amen.

We finish with the Sign of the Cross


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