Welcome to my church

Posted by Drew on July 21, 2016

Walk on the Edge

A member of the 6pm congregation, relfects on welcoming new people.

This is a blog post on welcoming at St Helens, and this is a trustworthy saying:

... “If anyone would be first, he must be last of all and servant of all.” And he took a child and put him in the midst of them, and taking him in his arms, he said to them, “Whoever receives one such child in my name receives me, and whoever receives me, receives not me but him who sen Continue reading…

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PREACHING MATTERS: Preaching 2 Timothy

Posted by Peter on July 20, 2016

In what ways do people often misread 2 Timothy? Is the letter really about an experienced Christian worker handing over to a novice? What is the main focus of 2 Timothy? How can we understand the historical situation and context into which 2 Timothy is written? How is it possible for someone like Timothy to be drifting from Paul's pattern of ministry? Is Paul addressing the same issues in 1 Timothy as he does in 2 Timothy? What key ap Continue reading…

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Theology Summer School: Who am I?

Posted by Sunday Evening Team on July 18, 2016

Almost a Question Mark

Over the summer, we're going to dig into some basic theology. This week, Paul Wong, helps us consider a basic doctrine of humanity, as he starts to answer the question 'Who am I?' Read, ponder, and rejoice!

Who am I? I am Paul - a Ministry Trainee, the grandson of Southern Chinese immigrants to Singapore, a Londoner, the husband of one wife and father to one daughter. All of the above is true - but who am I really? Why am I the way I a Continue reading…

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Read Mark, meet Jesus

Posted by Ruthanne on July 13, 2016

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Did a friend come along to the recent ‘Good life’ event? Is there someone at work, you’ve been chatting to about Jesus? Does the summer break, mean you get to spend more time with your mates?

Why not ask them to read the gospel of Mark with you?! In it, they’ll meet Jesus as He revealed Himself. They’ll encounter His words, which Mark 4 tells us are powerful to save and judge.

We’ve all studied Mark at RML, and with God’s help, we’re Continue reading…

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Speech: The Art of Exaggeration

Posted by Amy on July 11, 2016

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The command not to lie to one another couldn’t be clearer (Colossians 3:9). And yet, do you ever leave a conversation sensing that what you’ve heard has not been fully true?

We may not be pathological liars, but there are more subtle ways that our speech can be less than true. In this mini-series we’re going to look at exaggeration, flattery and put-downs. Why do these less-than-true habits creep into our speech? And how does the Continue reading…

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