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Helping each other through unemployment

Posted on April 29, 2013

From 1983 until 2009 Alan Bright, now the St Helen’s City Administrator, worked for City-based software companies, data vendors and financial institutions - in training, sales and marketing communications. He has also been unemployed and suggests how we can help other Christians in such situations.

Prayer

We can pray that our unemployed Christian brothers and sisters would continue to draw near to their heavenly Father and have confide Continue reading…

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on April 28, 2013

Today we heard about something that King David describes as more precious than gold and sweeter than honey.  Find out what David was talking about in the Take Home Sheets below:

Year 1-3

Year 4-6

The Preschoolers heard again from King David in Psalm 23:

Preschool

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on April 21, 2013

Apparantly, there are over 100 million stars in our galaxy.  That's a lot.  If each were a grain of sand and you gathered them all together in a pile then you would have a pile of sand.  In Psalm 8, King David ponders the stars, it makes him ask God "what is mankind?"  We found out the answer in our lessons today.  Find out more from the Take Home Sheets below:

Years 1-3

Years 4-6

The Preschoolers heard from Psalm 8 last week.  This wee Continue reading…

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ST HELEN'S TRAINING: OVERVIEW OF MARK'S GOSPEL. Part 2 and 3.

Posted by Will on April 15, 2013

In this months St Helen's Training Charlie Skrine finishes off his overvier of Mark's Gospel, you can find Part 1 here.

These resources are adapted from our 'Mark Leaders weekend'. You can find the full audio of the sessions at our Media Library. The aim of these resources is to help equip those teaching the Bible, in small groups, 1-2-1 or in larger settings.

Part 1, Part 2 and 3,

Next month Andrew Sach will share some tools to help Continue reading…

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on April 14, 2013

What is your favourite genre of the Bible?  There are many to choose from: narrative, poetry, epistle, law, proverb, and so on.  Children engage best with narrative.  They love to hear about things they can see; things that are concrete and tangible.  That's why children's Bibles focus so much on stories.

But there is more to the Bible than just the story parts.  God speaks through all of his word to any person of any age.  That's the c Continue reading…

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