What does it mean to live well and to pray well, when things are not so great? What can we learn from Paul’s letter to the Ephesian church about praying with authority?
After the first week of increased isolation and widespread fear in the UK, we are focusing on Paul’s letter to the Ephesian church, specifically chapter 6.
This is the first of what will be a weekly communication. It has 4 basic sections: a reflective piece from Neil; an interview, a podcast or something similar; room for news; links to websites that might be helpful/interesting.
How should we pray during anxious days? We need to be joyful and gentle, with prayer that overcomes anxiety, guarding against anxious thoughts and put our faith into practice!
Some songs which explore God’s faithfulness and purpose in uncertain times. They explore the theme in a variety of ways and will really encourage us.
In order to protect each other and all those around us we will not meet together as church for the time being. However, that doesn’t stop us being church!
On difficult days, how do we pray and act to reveal the better story of the gospel? The Spirit helps us in our weakness and reminds us that we have a home, a hope and a help.
In these strange days, we’re being forced to think about what it means to be church together. These are some initial thoughts that might help us.
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