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Enough Already!

Posted by Amy on January 27, 2015

Most of us at RML are in our 20s. (The rest of us are in our prime, a.k.a. our 30s or 40s). Either way, given average life expectancy, and assuming Jesus doesn’t come back beforehand, most of us can expect to live for another 50 or 60 years. 

[Pause while you digest this fact, which is what we’ve all just taken a few minutes to do here in the office.]

Do you ever ask yourself ‘HOW will I keep going to the end?’ Even if I feel like my r Continue reading…

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Peter on January 25, 2015

The Ultimate VIP Lounge. (Y1-6)

Have you ever felt slightly envious of the people who stroll into the business class lounge at an airport or who sit in the fancy 'box' seats at the theatre, well feel envy no more...

In the fourth and final week of our 'Shadows of Jesus' mini-series, the children at Sunday School thought about how Jesus our Great High Priest by the sacrifice of himself has allowed us access into the presence of God, into Continue reading…

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The most powerful way you can change the world

Posted by Jamie on January 20, 2015

So here is the last of our three motivations for praying: It gets things done. Now don’t hear me wrong. The last thing I want you to go away from this series of posts thinking is that God is like a slot machine - I put in my money and out comes what I want. No, as the previous two posts have emphasised prayer is an expression of, and way of enjoying our relationship with God. But the Bible tells us that prayer really does get things do Continue reading…

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ST HELEN'S TRAINING: Children's Work (Parts 1 & 2)

Posted by Peter on January 19, 2015

Sam Osborne commences a new series on biblical priorities for children's work in the church.

The Gospel is central. The Gospel is a message to be believed, but also it's a message that makes a difference to everything – including children's ministry.

  1. Each child needs to hear the Gospel, to be saved. Will the children you serve hear the good news of what God has done in Jesus?
  2. Do your volunteers know the Gospel and seek to live the Gos
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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Peter on January 18, 2015

Every Sunday in January we will be looking at how the Old Testament points towards Jesus through the 'shadows' of him that it casts.

This week at Sunday School (18th Jan) all the Children were thinking about sacrifices; they were messy and costly but they were certainly needed in order for God to be able to dwell amongst his people. So why don't we sacrifice bulls, goats, sheep and maybe the occasional pigeon anymore? To find out how Je Continue reading…

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Enough Already!

Most of us at RML are in our 20s. (The rest of us are in our prime, a.k.a. our 30s or 40s). Either way, given average life expectancy, and assuming Jesus doesn’t come back beforehand, most of us can expect to live for another 50 or 60…

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