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Posted by Peter on November 22, 2014
It's always the ones you least suspect...
That's been true this week in Sunday School as the people who had begun to believe Jesus was God's son, end up trying to batter him to death. But why? It seems as though the people who had started to believe in the nice things Jesus was saying cant handle the truth as Jesus exposes them as sinners.
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Posted on November 20, 2014
Today's guest blogger is Flic Carswell, a member of 6pm and City Women's Worker
Work. It's a big deal isn't it? It takes up time, energy, emotions and so much more. Some of us will spend around 90,000 hours of our lives working! It can be brilliant, but it can be hard as well. Add in being a Christian at work – living with Jesus as Lord of all your life – and it can seem even harder. How are we supposed to be godly, with all that that Continue reading…
Posted by Amy on November 18, 2014
No, not a post about dressing like Ralph Lauren. Rather, a post about doing ‘prep’ before you come to an RML study.
It’s maybe a shame that we use the shorthand ‘prep’ for what we’re talking about. It sounds horribly homework-y and not very spiritual. But, let’s face it, ‘thoughtful-and-prayerful-consideration-of-the-passage-in-advance-such-that-I-can-lovingly-build-up-my-group-by-contributing-more-during-the-study’ is a bit of a mout Continue reading…
Posted on November 17, 2014
Jamie Child continues our series on the doctrine of the word of God.
This video is based on the RML (small group) 'Word of God weekend', the first weekend away for our small groups. Full audio of the training each session from the weekend can be found at our media library. St Helen's Training aims to train and equip bible handlers by sharing our best training resources. We pray that many people might grow in confidence in their bible h Continue reading…
Posted by Peter on November 16, 2014
'Dont judge a book by it's cover' the old saying goes. In reality we do judge books by their cover and people too. We make judgements and assessments of people every day, sometimes good, sometimes bad, somtimes accurate, sometimes not. In today's bible story a whole host of people make judgements and assessments of Jesus; who he is, where he has come from and where he is going, but have any of them got it right?
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