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Bible Prayer

Posted by Sunday Evening Team on February 23, 2017

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Would more Bible in your prayer life, really make it a better prayer life?

Is a Bible filled prayer life a good prayer life? Doesn't more Bible just make for an over-intellectual prayer life? How do we have a prayer that makes more practical use of the Bible?

At a recent conference, Charlie Skrine, gave a great talk on Bible prayer. It's well worth watching.

Why not watch it, and make an effort to discuss the Bible's teaching on prayer Continue reading…

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The Overfamiliar Cross

Posted by Sunday Evening Team on February 23, 2017

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Some of us have just been on ‘The Cross Weekend Away’. This week, Rhiannon, a member of the 6pm, writes about how it’s she’s been reflecting again on the Jesus’ death at the cross.

I've found that it can be easy, especially if you've been a Christian for a long time, to be over-familiar with the cross.

The recent weekend away, helped us to think about different aspects of what the cross shows us, what it achieved, and why it's the ce Continue reading…

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A Day in the Life of St Helen's

Posted by Sunday Evening Team on February 15, 2017

Being part of St Helen's church family means more than just being part of the 6pm.

Being part of the St Helen’s church family, means being behind the wide range of ministry that is happening, day by day, as Christians serve Jesus, around our church. Even if we’re not practically involved in an area of St Helen’s ministry, we are partners as we pray for others, and as we give to financially support the ministry here.

Over the next few w Continue reading…

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How much do you love?

Posted by Sunday Evening Team on February 15, 2017

Laying Among Giants

On Sunday night, Mickey preached on 1 Thessalonians 2:13-3:10 (listen back here >>>). Here, Michele, a member of the 6pm congregation, reflects on what we heard, and how it might start to apply.

Even though I do possess a certain fondness for things like cheesecake, hardback books, and my cozy mustard yellow sweater, I suppose it isn’t entirely accurate to use that word when expressing my preference for them.

That’s why the sermon on 1 Continue reading…

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One life: application

Posted by Sunday Evening Team on February 9, 2017

don't let life pass you by aka do as i say and not as i do

We're keen to keep applying the recent 'One Life' series. This week we asked two 6pmers to reflect on how they’re continuing to think over, and pray through the talks.

Rhys is a graphic designer. He's at RML Overview.

What struck you the most from the ‘one life’ series?

I found myself coming back to the same thought again and again throughout the series: 'I can’t really not do this can I?’ If I believe the gospel, and I am a Ch

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