Month: August 2010

Making a way in the desert and streams in the wasteland

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The True Vine – John 15:1-17

In this stand alone sermon, Ronnie Evans examines Jesus’ claim to be the True Vine. What is the significance of this statement?

For the love of God Part 2 – God is Light (1 John 1:5-2:11)

In the second of the series on the love of God, Andy Evans considers the truth that God is light and He alone sets the standard for morality in this dark world.

4thought Response: Stephen Mangan

“You can’t take your top off and run around the church after you’ve taken communion. They don’t like that”. Thus, Actor Stephen Mangan adds his thoughts to a recent series of thought provoking two minute programmes on channel four. features individuals from all walks of life and belief systems and gives them a couple…
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Soul Survivor Stories

Following the youth group’s return from the Soul Survivor festival, Stephen Evans and a number of young people share their amazing experiences with the Church.

For the love of God Part 1 – God is Love (1 John 4:7-5:5)

In the first of a new series on the love of God, Andy Evans considers how our view of love has been badly corroded and how true love can only be accurately defined and demonstrated by God.

This Momentary Marriage (A parable of permanence) – John Piper

Recently, two friends of mine decided to get married.  I wanted to get them a decent book on marriage, but didn’t know if there was anything out there worthwhile or anything that I would be able to recommend.  It was then that I came across This Momentary Marriage by Dr John Piper. The book begins…
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No More Offerings (Hebrews 10:11-18)

As Firwood’s youth group prepares to leave for a week  Soul Survivor, Phill Marsh delivers this standalone sermon looking at the finality of Jesus death and resurrection.

The woman caught in adultery (John 8:2-11)

In this stand alone message, Ronnie Evans examines Jesus’ treatment of the woman caught in adultery and the crowd who condemn her.

I Agree With You, Richard Dawkins.

Wandering through my workplace recently, I came across this amongst a host of similar posters celebrating a number of different scientists: (click to enlarge) The quote, if you are unable to read it from the poor quality of my iPhone photo, reads: “Isn’t it sad to go to your grave without ever wondering why you…
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