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Revolutionary Sex

Posted by Monty on January 29, 2014

The Christian view of sex is profoundly counter-cultural. Much derided but little understood, it is seen as outdated and joyless. In the light of the sexual revolution of the 1960's, it seems outmoded, irrelevant.  At the same time the social and personal damage caused by family breakdown in the UK alone is undeniably vast. Against this backdrop of fragmentation, the biblical view of sex and marriage is positively revolutionary, and at Continue reading…

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Why get involved in a workplace prayer group?

Posted by City Team on January 23, 2014

It's often said that time is our most precious commodity. Why then, in many offices around the City, do groups of Christians meet together week by week to pray? Is it all a waste of time? Couldn't the time be better used completing work and finishing earlier? We asked Fred, who works in the City in insurance, to tell us why he thinks it is a good idead to get involved with a workplace prayer group.

At least two good reasons immediately Continue reading…

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on January 19, 2014

There is a difference between ‘what' and ‘who'. Some people have special titles. Titles like teacher, queen, or policeman tell us what a person is. Everyone has a name though. Names tell us who a person is.

Today in our story from Exodus we heard that God has a name, and he told his name to Moses. Find out more from the Take Home Sheets below:

Preschool

Years 1-3

Years 4-6

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on January 12, 2014

This term the children in Sunday School will be learning from the Book of Exodus (chapters 1-19).

In these foundational chapters of the Bible God introduces himself to us by name and he shows us what he is like. Each week we will hear more and more of God's awesome character and see him in action as he comes to save his people.

Outline of Term - Preschool

Outline of Term - School-age

This week, children of all ages heard the story of  Ex Continue reading…

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What does it mean to be a godly employee?

Posted by City Team on January 9, 2014

As the new year begins, many of us will have made resolutions for the year ahead. Resolutions to do with health and changing bad habits often feature highly on the list, but how many of us make a resolution to be a godly employee at work? What does it mean to be a godly employee? We asked one of our regulars from the Tuesday lunchtime congregation to share his thoughts on this question. We hope it will persuade you to make being a godly Continue reading…

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