The Repair Shop - Andrew Campion - 2022-07-24
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Jay Blades and his team of restorers put their individual talents to work to take precious heirlooms and beaten-up treasures and restore them to new life. This morning Andrew guides our thoughts about how, post-lockdown, we can be restored to something greater - as disciples, as a family, as children of God ..read more
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How to keep going - Jo Richardson - 2022-07-17
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Leading us through some life lessons in community and perseverance, Jo brings us to the last few days of Jesus’ life before the cross, and how it might have felt to be there. How did the disciples keep going? Peter has his struggles but Jesus reassures us he is always there, he offers us forgiveness, a fresh start and healing ..read more
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A Foe Called Fatigue - Malcolm Storer - 2022-07-10
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5M ago
Malcolm delivers another poetic encouragement about life and death, rest and restlessness, seeking and finding, futility and fulfilment. When we’re burdened and downtrodden, Malcolm suggests that all we need to is remember that we are loved ..read more
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How to be importunate - Colin Stevens - 2022-07-03
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5M ago
The parable of the persistent widow - or in some versions, the parable of the unjust judge - is a short, sharp lesson in God’s infinite mercy. We have a teaching here to never give up on something we’re praying for if we know it to be good, just and to God’s glory. Colin studiously delivers an important lesson in discipleship ..read more
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Are you hungry? - Ronnie Smith - 2022-06-26
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8M ago
This morning Ronnie asks us - are we hungry? The answer is - we should be! When our heads ache with thirst, desperately yearning for water, that’s the kind of thirst we should have for God, and when we’re filled - it’s beyond stuffed. Righteousness is not just doing right - if you know what you should do and don’t do it, it’s just as problematic. Ronnie challenges us to prioritise properly in our discipleship, to keep ourselves focused on Jesus ..read more
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From the heart - Maurice Green - 2022-06-12
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8M ago
Maurice takes us back to the Lord’s prayer, and shows us the challenge hidden within it. What follows is an exhortation all about how we forgive, what we decide we are able to forgive, and who we forgive for what. Our challenge is to compare how we forgive with how God forgives - when God forgives a lifetime of sin for each of us, we are called to truly forgive from the heart ..read more
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Not seeing the wood for the trees - David Coulton - 2022-06-05
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8M ago
David challenges us to examine our personal religion and asks questions about what sits at the heart of our faiths? Where is the focus for your faith: is it what we should be doing or is it what God has done and is doing for us? How do we react to people who offend us or don’t think the way we do? This morning we pause to reflect on the people who have positively influenced our lives and how we ourselves interact with others ..read more
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What makes us grow - Neil Brighouse - 2022-05-29
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1y ago
In an interactive morning, Neil delves into spiritual growth. How does a plant grow - what does God provide to make those miracles happen, and how does God provide for us? Neil invites the audience to share what they think about growth and what makes them grow, and we are challenged to do something new that will help us grow spiritually, as well as to encourage someone else to get closer to God ..read more
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The Complete Jigsaw - Martyn Ramsden - 2022-05-22
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Martyn talks to us this morning about worshipping our God with the words we read, that we say, and that we write. Paul’s letters respond to the Greek churches - showing them that a Christian faith is not something that can be added to, that they aren’t able to achieve their salvation with achievement or by increasing their knowledge. But rather, that Jesus is the fullness of their religion - that He is the completeness of our salvation ..read more
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God has other plans - Andrew Campion - 2022-05-01
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Andrew explores several remarkable baptisms recorded in Acts and draws out the plans God had for each of these people. All three baptisms point to the love Jesus has for his church, and of the inclusiveness of his church. How can we live free in Christ - what does that look like? What is true freedom in Christ ..read more
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