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Posted on November 27, 2014
Flic Carswell is a member of 6pm and City Women's Worker
We saw in part 1 that because we know Jesus, we have all we need for life and godliness (2 Peter 1:3). God has equipped us for godly living – even when we are at work. Peter is saying that as we choose not to gossip by the coffee machine, as we say no to that next glass of wine while out with the team, as we work hard even when our boss is on holiday, as we actively pursue godlin Continue reading…
Posted on November 26, 2014
Sex is a subject that fascinates and captivates our culture, perhaps more than any other subject, and yet what the Creator God has to say about it often doesn't get a hearing.
In January, William preached a 4-part series at the 6pm examining the Bible's teaching in this area. In a deliberate subversion of the 'sexual revolution' language of the 70s, he encouraged us to be sexual revolutionaries, holding out long-forgotten ideas about t Continue reading…
Posted on November 25, 2014
Entries in John's Diary is taken from Agnosticism Explored, a lunchtime guest talk on 1 John 1:1-2:2. Here Andrew Sach argues that the agnostic should not be content to remain agnostic. The Christian claim that God walked the earth is based on eye-witness testimony. This testimony is documented and open to investigation.The stakes are high: the claim demands our serious attention. Listen to the whole talk here >>>
Posted by Peter on November 22, 2014
It's always the ones you least suspect...
That's been true this week in Sunday School as the people who had begun to believe Jesus was God's son, end up trying to batter him to death. But why? It seems as though the people who had started to believe in the nice things Jesus was saying cant handle the truth as Jesus exposes them as sinners.
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Posted on November 20, 2014
Today's guest blogger is Flic Carswell, a member of 6pm and City Women's Worker
Work. It's a big deal isn't it? It takes up time, energy, emotions and so much more. Some of us will spend around 90,000 hours of our lives working! It can be brilliant, but it can be hard as well. Add in being a Christian at work – living with Jesus as Lord of all your life – and it can seem even harder. How are we supposed to be godly, with all that that Continue reading…