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John 21:11-12

Simon Peter climbed back into the boat and dragged the net ashore. It was full of large fish, but even with so many the net was not torn. Jesus said to them, “Come and have breakfast.”

Journaling with Paper and Ink

Doodle, scribble, write and sketch! You may already keep a journal of some kind or you might like to start one as you participate in this Award. It can be a helpful method of processing yours thoughts and experiences, capturing insights and a way to keep track of how things (and you) have changed, and if prayers and questions have been answered.


Listening with Creation for the Holy Spirit

In this activity you will go for a walk in nature and engage with the Holy Spirit.

Listening with Song for the Holy Spirit

In this activity you will choose one or more worshipful songs that speak of the character and work of the Holy Spirit.  

Listening with symbols of the Holy Spirit

In the Bible the Holy Spirit is pictured as a dove, a flame and as a wind. In this activity you will choose one of these symbols to reflect on.

Luke 14:28

Suppose one of you wants to build a tower. Won’t you first sit down and estimate the cost to see if you have enough money to complete it?


Maintain confidentiality

Put very simply, we ask you not to refer to any other individuals by name when you complete your reflections or posts during your studies.

Make your own podcast or video

If you have been inspired by the Ridley Award podcast conversation so far, perhaps you could record your own? Or even video interview -one to one or with a group.
Most smartphones or mobile devices can be used to record audio and video, and their are many free apps you can use to edit and produce satisfying results.

Making my soul sing

For this activity you will be identifying and spending time in ways that bring rest and regeneration to mind, body and soul. There are many different ways to achieve this: well known ones include time in nature; walking, gardening, time spent being creative; cooking for pleasure, playing an instrument, arts and crafts, time spent being active; swimming, playing sport, exploring new places.

Map it

Using a time-line or mind-map, chart/ map the key moments and people in your life in relation to sport, church and faith. 

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