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PREACHING MATTERS: William Taylor, Preaching at Christmas

Posted on December 4, 2017

How do we prepare to preach at Christmas time?
With such a familiar message, what is most important to say?

Praise God that at Christmas time many people still willingly walk into churches who don't know the Lord Jesus as their Saviour. With the incredible news of the incarnation to proclaim - God with us - how do we make the most of the opportunities to preach the gospel? In this month’s Preaching Matters William Taylor talks with Sam Continue reading…

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The Tyranny of 'Free Love'

Posted by Sam on October 19, 2017

the tyranny of free love"The following is excerpt from William Taylor's recent talk on Matthew 12:9-14:

"This is what religion always does with Jesus.

Rather than embrace Jesus’ free offer of a living relation with God as a result of sins forgiven through his work on the cross, of love, of mercy, of kindness, what religion does is to hedge the law, to render God irrelevant, to try to keep itself distant from God, and it results in hostility and hypocrisy and Continue reading…

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Humanity & Hope

Posted by Sam on October 9, 2017

humanity & hope blogIn a recent Preaching Matters William Taylor and Mickey Mantle discussed a teaching series they had shared through Genesis 5-11. One of the reoccurring themes which came to the fore was the possibility of hope for humanity in a world now filled with sin and under the curse of God.

Chapters 5-11 of Genesis spans the heights of man’s potential and the depths of his depravity. Both rising to the great construction initiative of Babel, seek Continue reading…

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PREACHING MATTERS: William Taylor & Mickey Mantle, Humanity & Hope in Genesis

Posted on October 6, 2017

What is the diagnosis of Humanity in Genesis 5-11, and is there any sign of hope?

What is God's assessment of humanity's state in the world? What hope do we have of building towards something lasting? How can reconciliation with God be achieved? William Taylor and Mickey Mantle talk with Sam Manchester about these issues in this month’s Preaching Matters. Watch it now.
St Helen's Media is pleased to bring you Preaching Matters, a video r Continue reading…

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PREACHING MATTERS: Denesh Divyanathan, The Mission Of The Church

Posted on September 4, 2017

What is at the centre of God’s mission for the church?

What activities distract us from the central priority for which God sent His Son into the world? Denesh Divyanathan talks to Sam Manchester about these issues in this month’s Preaching Matters. Watch it now.
St Helen's Media is pleased to bring you Preaching Matters, a video resource designed to equip, encourage and inspire those who teach God's word. In each episode, we sit down wi Continue reading…

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PREACHING MATTERS: William Taylor, Preaching at Christmas

How do we prepare to preach at Christmas time?
With such a familiar message, what is most important to say? Praise God that at Christmas time many people still willingly walk into churches who don't know the Lord Jesus as their Saviour. With the…

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