Vinny shares his story through pottery of how Jesus changed his life and about how God can centre our life and make something beautiful out of it.
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A potter shares his life story about how God has shaped him.
Have you ever had a go on a potter's wheel? Using just an ordinary lump of clay, the potter is able to skilfully and lovingly create something beautiful.
Vinny uses his hobby of pottery to illustrate how God has shaped his own life. He explains how God works in people's lives to transform them into something beautiful that brings glory to Him. Where his life once felt empty and pointless, he now see how God has been looking after him and shaping him.
"You, Lord, are our Father. We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand." Isaiah 64:8
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Vinny is based in Merseyside and was converted as a student in 1979, since then he has travelled extensively preaching the gospel to all ages with a particular strength in young people’s work. He has a speciality outreach with his ceramic exhibition using a potter’s wheel. He is a leader with United Beach Missions and has been on the staff of Young Life as their North West worker for 10 years.
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