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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School - 31st May 2015

Posted by Peter on May 31, 2015

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Acts Week 7

Businesses are often rebranding or restructuring in order to appeal to new clients or markets, perhaps a new logo, slogan or figurehead. This week in Sunday School the spread of the good news of Jesus is heading into a whole new market, but not because of a fancy rebranding exercise with nice new stationary. To find out more click on the relevant link below:

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I need a hero

Posted by Amy on May 28, 2015

Over the next couple of months we’ll be working through the whole book of 1 Samuel. In order to get through all of it we’ll be looking at big chunks each week. We won’t have time to read the whole passage during our meeting (unless you’re all happy to hang around until about 9pm each Sunday?) 

So, why not read ahead and get familiar with the story?  Here are 4 tips to remember to help you read it without getting stuck. 

1. Remember to Continue reading…

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I love RML but...

Posted by Tim on May 27, 2015

Matt Evans is involved with RML Romans and works for the Financial Conduct Authority

"I love RML but I just wish that..."

How would you finish that sentence?

... the studies were more flexible instead of just teaching ‘the St Helen's line’?

... we spent more time on the tricky verses instead of just 'parking' them?  

... we spent more time on application?

Over the eight years that I've been involved in RML, I've heard that sentence fin Continue reading…

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School - 24th May 2015

Posted by Peter on May 26, 2015

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Acts Week 6

On Sunday morning some of the children were asked who at Sunday School they would choose to be on their sports team, who they would choose to make them dinner and who they would choose to share a prison cell with. Some of the answers were fairly surprising, but none of their choices were as surprising as who God chose to take the gospel to the Gentiles in Acts chapter 9. To find out more, click on appropriate link below:

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The plausibility problem

Posted by Tim on May 20, 2015

Our guest blogger is Mike Burden, buildings manager at St Helen's and member of RML Mark 

A few Sundays ago Amy Wicks reviewed some ‘Christian living’ books at 6pm. One of them, ‘The Plausibility Problem’ by Ed Shaw, is about the Church and same-sex attraction. I decided to have a read and having done so I want to echo Amy’s commendation of it and encourage all of us to get hold of it and consider how we might serve each other off the Continue reading…

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