Colossians 1:9 to 14 – Knowing how to live

Posted by on 27th Jan, 2013 in Sermons | Tagged in: | 3 comments

Paul is very thankful for the Colossian Christians, but knows, that as for all of us, they still needed to keep on growing in their knowledge and behaviour. So he prays that they might know and do what pleases the Lord Jesus Christ, and continue to be joyful and thankful. To listen to Mark Ventham preaching from Colossians chapter 1:9 to 14 at Christ Church on Sunday morning 27th January 2013 use the link below. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. ...

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God and Science

Posted by on 26th Jan, 2013 in Blogs and Links | 1 comment

God and Science

Some interesting videos produced by St Helens Bishopsgate addressing quesitons about Science and belief in God. What do you...

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Mark Driscoll tweet during Inauguration sparks controversy

Posted by on 26th Jan, 2013 in Blogs and Links | 0 comments

Mark Driscoll tweet during Inauguration sparks controversy

During the inauguration of President Obama, Mark Driscoll tweeted “Praying for our President, who today will be placing his hand on a Bible he does not believe to take an oath to a God he likely does not know.” Was his assumption right? If so was he right to say it? Please comment! Click here for full story (opens in new...

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Les Miserables: A great film but is it really the Gospel?

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Les Miserables: A great film but is it really the Gospel?

Here’s a link to an article by John Stevens on his reflections on seeing the film version of Les Miserables. Click here (opens in new window)

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Balancing work, family, church & leisure

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Balancing work, family, church & leisure

“I am so busy working I don’t ever see my family. Should I get a different job? “He spends too much time playing golf or meeting with friends. It’s wrong that I never get to properly talk with him. Am I being unreasonable?” “There is so much to do at church and I really want to help, but I feel like my family suffers. What should I do? “My priority is the family, everything else comes second. My children will never be able to say they were neglected or missed out on anything because of my faith.” “I just want to chill out and relax....

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Ezekiel 4 and 5 – Acted out Judgement

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Ezekiel 4 and 5 – Acted out Judgement

In these chapters, Ezekiel is asked to act out in a very graphic way the inevitable judgement on Jerusalem. God’s judgement is a serious thing but even in these distressing predictions there are hints of mercy… To listen to Mark Ventham preaching from Ezekiel chapter 4 and 5 at Christ Church on Sunday evening 20th January 2013 use the link below. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. (Using Flash Audio Player) Click here to listen in your...

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