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Month: November 2020

Midweek Musings – Dropping Off During The Sermon

Don’t assume things are ok, don’t let people edge away, don’t forget people. Take the risk of looking like you’ve overreacted by calling the folk who come to mind. You might just stop someone falling…

Midweek Musings – The Rewilding Of The Church

It’s possible to accept all the truths of the Christian faith, to try and live it all out, to know that God loves you and wants his best for you and still miss out on the very life of God that he promises.

Being filled with the Spirit is not about a one-off event in a worship service somewhere, it’s a permanent prayer for the everyday life. It’s about allowing yourself to be open to God and his gifts so that something new can begin, something beyond our imaginations.

Midweek Musings – The Humility Of The Wise

If we want to be wise, we’ll learn humility. Because if we don’t, there’s every likelihood that we’ll be humbled.

Kids Resources – Acts 18:18-28

This week we look at Acts Chapter 18:18-28 – it gives us a bit of a break from Paul (!) and introduces Apollos…

Midweek Musings – Lockdown Déjà vu… I’ll get by with a little help from my friends

Tomorrow we begin another month of lockdown. We’ve been here before. But this time we know what we need and what we don’t need. We don’t need to stock up on toilet rolls, some folks can’t have used up all the ones they bought in March yet. We do need to stay in contact with…
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Kids Resources – Acts 18:1-17

Here’s a selection of videos, activities and other useful things to help your child/ren read and learn from this week’s Bible passage.

Uncomfortable Mission – The Troubling Man

When you’re in a minority and surrounded by things that you think just aren’t right, how do you react?

Paul’s time in Athens was uneasy. He felt deeply troubled by all the signs and symbols of false gods, but he chose not to attack, but with brilliant wisdom offered anyone who would hear a new way of seeing the world.

His experience marks out a path for us to follow – in our own places, in our time, with all we face.