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PREACHING MATTERS: William Taylor - Preaching On Parenting

Posted by Matt on May 4, 2015

There’s a lot written about “Biblical parenting techniques” but what does the Bible really say? This week’s Preaching Matters takes a helpful look at what the Bible says about parenting, while also modelling how to preach a ‘topical’ sermon.

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You can download all the teaching from the ‘Parenting Day’ here>>>

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PREACHING MATTERS: WILLIAM TAYLOR - SITTING AT JESUS' FEET AND LISTENING

Posted by Matt on October 6, 2014

William Taylor, Rector of St Helen's Bishopsgate reminds us why sitting at Jesus' and feet is all about our convictions.

St Helen's Media is pleased to bring you Preaching Matters free of charge, a monthly video resource designed to equip, encourage and inspire those who teach God's word. Each month we sit down with preachers and ask what they have recently been thinking about and preaching. If you enjoyed this video you can watch more Continue reading…

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MIRACLES - AN OBSTACLE TO BELIEF

Posted on August 21, 2014

An obstacle to belief? is taken from the Tuesday Lunchtime sermon "You can’t expect me to believe in miracles" by Dr Andrew Sach. As a scientist and atheist, Andrew had dismissed miracles as scientifically impossible, but later came to see them as strong evidence in favour of the claims of the Christian Faith. The full talk can be seen and heard here>>>. You may also be interested in seeing some short interviews with scientists who Continue reading…

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PREACHING MATTERS: KEVIN DEYOUNG: EXPOSITORY PREACHING

Posted by Matt on March 3, 2014

Kevin DeYoung, Senior Pastor at University Reformed Church(RCA) in East Lansing, Michigan, on expository preaching, it's strengths and weaknesses.

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PREACHING MATTERS: WILLIAM TAYLOR ON REVOLUTIONARY SEX

Posted by Matt on February 3, 2014

William Taylor on Scripture, sex, sexuality and marriage, you can watch or listen to the whole series on our media site.

St Helen's Media is pleased to serve you by bringing you Preaching Matters, a monthly video resource designed to equip, encourage and inspire those who teach God's word. Each month we sit down with preachers and ask what they have recently been thinking about and preaching on. If you like this video you can watch mor Continue reading…

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