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PREACHING MATTERS: ANDY GEMMILL: TEACHING 1 JOHN

Posted by Will on March 31, 2014

Andy Gemmill, Director of the Cornhill Scotland Pastors Training course, on how to teach 1 John.

St Helen's Media is pleased to serve you by bringing 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 on. If you like this video you can watch more Preaching Matters or St Continue reading…
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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on March 30, 2014

This week the preschool heard the last of our Exodus songs. It helps summarise the right kind of response to what we've learned this term.

You can sing it to the tune of 'The Grand Old Duke of York':

Sing Praises now to Yahweh
He's shown us what he's like
He's the God and King
Who saves and judges
And makes his people sing

[Repeat ad nauseum]

The school-age groups heard from Exodus 18 about when Jethro came to visit Moses. Jethro heard about Continue reading…

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Would Christianity ruin my life?

Posted by City Team on March 24, 2014

We gave over a Tuesday and a Thursday lunchtime talk earlier this month to consider if Christianity ruins our lives. Charlie Skrine, who oversees the student work here at St Helen's, answered with three points:

1. Yes... we've got to give up our lives lived for us.

2. But... our lives (the lives lived for us) weren't so great anyway.

3. And... giving up life for Jesus is the only way to gain our lives.

Go here for a recording of the ful Continue reading…

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on March 23, 2014

Repetition is when something happens again and again and again.
Repetition is when something happens again and again and again.
Repetition is when something happens again and again and again.

In the Bible, when things happen again and again and again God is showing us some important lessons.

Today in our story from Exodus there is repetition. Something happens, and it's not for the first time. We've seen it before. Find out more from th Continue reading…

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What does it mean to be a godly manager? Part 1 of 2

Posted by City Team on March 20, 2014

We all know the value of having a good mananger and many of us are striving to be good managers here in the City. But how does being a Christian affect our work as managers?  What does it mean to be a godly manager? In the first of two blogs on management, we asked Alexis, who used to be a manager here in the City, to share her thoughts on this question.

Let me start off by saying that management is not easy. And neither is being a Chri Continue reading…

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