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Totally forgiven

Posted by Amy on March 5, 2015

Forgiven

God…has forgiven us all our trespasses, by cancelling the record of debt that stood against us with its legal demands. This he set aside, nailing it to the cross.” Colossians 2:13-14 

Forgiveness is the bread and butter of Christianity. ‘Jesus died so that we could be forgiven.’ It’s so easy to say but do we live like its true? In particular, do we really believe that God has forgiven ALL our sins, as we heard last Sunday evening? Let’ Continue reading…

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Lord, teach us to pray

Posted on March 3, 2015

Today's guest blogger is Andrew Sach, who leads the 10:30am congregation at St Helen's

At the 1030 service throughout January, we were learning how to pray by looking carefully at some of the prayers in Scripture - those of Daniel, King David, the sons of Korah, the apostles Peter and John, and Jesus himself. Of course there are dangers in turning specific prayers prayed at specific times into models for our own prayers - none of us we Continue reading…

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PREACHING MATTERS: Phillip Jensen, Anglican Evangelicalism

Posted by Peter on March 2, 2015

Phillip Jensen of Two Ways Ministries, Australia, helps us understand what it is to be an Evangelical Anglican.

St Helen's Media is pleased to bring you Preaching Matters, a monthly video resource designed to equip, encourage and inspire those who teach God's word. Each month we sit down with preachers and ask what they have recently been thinking about and preaching. If you enjoyed this video you can watch more Preaching Matters or St Continue reading…

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Peter on March 1, 2015

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If a tree falls in a forest but there is no one there to hear it, does it make a sound? I don't know and I am not that fussed. If someone sins but no-one else is there to see it, does God know about it? Yes, definitely.

This is one of the lessons the people of Israel learnt the hard way, as they failed to defeat the city of Ai on their first attempt (Joshua 7). God had promised his people the Land of Canaan, but that didn’t mean they c Continue reading…

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SERMON BITES: God deals with people like you and me

Posted by Peter on February 27, 2015

One of the surprising and ultimately comforting aspects of the Bible is its candour concerning human nature. Human beings are wicked; yet God chooses to work with them and through them and even save them.

In his sermon Working with Terrible Raw Material from the current series on the life of Joseph, William Taylor draws out painfully from Genesis 38 the wickedness of Joseph's brother, Judah. This makes all the more poignant and wonderf Continue reading…

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