Posted by Amy on April 27, 2017
‘Could life in this world be different?’ is just three weeks away. How can we make the most of a whole week of interviews and talks about the good news about Jesus? Here are four ideas to help us get talking to people about Jesus.
Yes, sharing the gospel can be hard. But you never know where a conversation might lead, so let’s get talking. The talk titles for the week of events are meant to be thought provoking, and t Continue reading…
Posted by Ruthanne on April 20, 2017
This Sunday at 6pm we start a series in Micah. It would be great to read it through for yourself.
Micah is a book in the prophets. It’s a book of messages from God to Israel.
For the ‘Bible geeks’ amongst us, here’s my fuller explanation of how prophets work: Most prophetic books are a series of extended statements (oracles). Oracles were spoken by God to his prophet at a particular time in Israel’s history. They were then spoken b Continue reading…
Posted by Amy on April 20, 2017
In four weeks’ time we’ll be in the midst of a church wide week of mission. ‘Could life in this world be different?’ is a week of events, with talks and interviews, where we hope many people will come to hear the good news about Jesus. You can find out more in this short video.
So what should we all be doing over the next month? What’s the strategy?
On Easter Sunday William showed us in Luke 24 that for anyone to see Continue reading…
Posted by Ruthanne on April 13, 2017
I love the women in Mark 14.
The women who gives abundantly, adorningly, extravagantly to anoint Jesus for His death.
‘As Jesus was reclining at table, a woman came with an alabaster flask of ointment of pure nard, very costly, and she broke the flask and poured it over his head. There were some who said to themselves indignantly, “Why was the ointment wasted like that? For this ointment could have been sold for more than three hu Continue reading…
Posted by David on April 12, 2017
David Griffin, one of the 6pm associates, reviews Kevin DeYoung's 'Crazy Busy: A (mercifully) short book,about a (really) big problem'.
Meet my imaginary friends Bertie and Bessie. They live and go to church in London and have full powered jobs with eye-watering hours. Every day they come home frazzled, and yet feeling guilty that they haven’t done the things that matters – quiet times got squeezed, and despite many church meetings the Continue reading…