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Could Someone Open In Prayer?

Posted by Amy on June 15, 2018

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Is there any question in a Bible study that causes more awkward silence than ‘Could someone open in prayer?’ Well, maybe the classic ‘What colour is this passage?’ (a legit question, I might add, if used with appropriate care and caution.) But allow me to observe that even in a group of mature Christians there can be someone reticence to be the one who prays at the start of a study.

Why do we pray before we study the Bible? Whether it’ Continue reading…

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What has 1 Timothy got to do with me?

Posted by Amy on June 8, 2018

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On Sunday at the 6pm we’ll be spending some extra time thinking about application in 1 Timothy. This letter is written by a leader to a leader, and large chunks of the letter are about church leaders. So how do I apply this letter if I’m not a leader at church?

Reading 1 Timothy is a bit like listening in on a leader’s discussion forum, where you find out what makes a really good leader. And the surprise in 1 Timothy is that leadershi Continue reading…

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Love Sundays

Posted by Amy on May 31, 2018

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What do you love about Sundays at 6pm? We asked and you told us. If you haven't been along to St Helens on a Sunday, why not make this week your first visit? Get a taste of what its like in our video. If you want to find out what the sermons are on then you can download the current termcard. See you there!

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Sunday, the Resurrection, and some books

Posted by Sunday Evening Team on May 24, 2018

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Why Jesus when there are so many options? On Sunday at the 6pm we enjoyed hearing from Kanishka Raffel that Christianity is unique because Jesus has conquered death. You can catch up on the sermon at the end of this post.

If you'd like to think more about the resurrection here are two book recommendations for you. Why not pick one up for your summer reading?

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The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel is for you if you'd like to think more abo Continue reading…

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Dealing with Difficult Truth

Posted by Sunday Evening Team on May 11, 2018

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On Sundays at 6pm we're continuing our series in 1 Timothy. Its a letter that contains some difficult passages, especially about issues like men and women's roles in church. (You can catch up on the sermon on 1 Timothy 2:8-15 and the question time here). This week we take a step back from that specific issue and listen in as Lizzie Dorey and Sarah Burkill discuss what to do when we come across difficult truths in the Bible.

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