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Posted by Sunday Evening Team on February 4, 2016
Emma Wright is a member of the 6pm congregation. She is Royal Producer at ITV News. Here she considers 'Godliness at Work', reflecting on our recent sermon series on work.
Godliness is a phrase I so often use without a huge amount of thought to what it actually means. In chewing it over I have been considering my devotion to the Lord and what it looks like to live out the gospel at work each day.
William said that because we are 'walki Continue reading…
Posted by Sunday Evening Team on February 2, 2016
In advance of Kevin DeYoung preaching this Sunday, Phil Vautier, one of the 6pm associates reviews ‘The Hole in Our Holiness'.
I like sushi! As does most of London, if the number of outlets is anything to go by. Occasionally I treat myself to a pick-me-up of raw salmon (odd I know), and whenever I do, there is always one thing that remains in the container, avoided at all costs - the wasabi!
For those who don't know, wasabi is a pungen Continue reading…
Posted by Sunday Evening Team on January 28, 2016
Hi, I'm Susie and I'm hidden with Christ in God. No, I don't usually give that answer when people ask me about myself, but as I've been thinking about my work (for this blog) I've been so thankful to be able to say that's who I am. If you want to know what I do, I'm a stay-at-home mum. I spend my days hanging out with Lucy (6), Freddie (3) and Barnabas (21 months) and love it (most of the time!)- a precious moment today was looking Continue reading…
Posted by Sunday Evening Team on January 26, 2016
As we think about work at the 6pm, we're aware that unemployment is a reality that lots of us will face; voluntarily or involuntarily, either now or in the future.
It leaves all those who face it feeling frustrated, vulnerable, uncertain, and knocked back in confidence.
Here's some wisdom from some at the 6pm who have faced unemployment- helping us think about how to deal with it if it comes to us, and how to love those for whom unem Continue reading…
Posted by Ruthanne on January 21, 2016
Following on from last week's blog, I asked Becky (social worker) and Tom (barrister) to tell us why their work is grim.
Work is most definitely grim! I enjoy my job but it comes with difficult clients, late nights and 5:00am train journeys to courts in far flung corners of the country. Oh, and the Central Line twice a day! It is frustrating when you prepare a case only for the trial to be adjourned at the last minute. Continue reading…