2 Corinthians 5:11 to 21 – Jesus died for sinners (The Atonement).

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2 Corinthians 5:11 to 21 – Jesus died for sinners (The Atonement).

Jesus died for sinners (The Atonement)

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Ecclesiastes 11:7 – 12:14 – Remember your creator now

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Ecclesiastes 11:7 – 12:14 – Remember your creator now

Remember your creator now

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The Gilmore Girls Phenomenon

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The Gilmore Girls Phenomenon

With a brand new mini-series of Gilmore Girls due to be released on Netflix on 25th November, almost a decade after the last episode was aired, it seems that the whole world has become gripped by Gilmore Girls fever. In case you’re not familiar with the programme, the American TV series, set in the fictional town of Stars Hollow, ran from 2000 – 2007, focusing on the relationship between a thirty-something mother and her teenage daughter.   Now, the whole Internet is awash with Gilmore Girls-related posts, quizzes and memes. (Rory Gilmore reading challenge, anyone?) But what is...

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Genesis 3:1-19 – The doctrine of sin

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Genesis 3:1-19 – The doctrine of sin

The doctrine of sin

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Ecclesiastes 9:13 to 11:6 – Wisdom is better than folly

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Ecclesiastes 9:13 to 11:6 – Wisdom is better than folly

Wisdom is better than folly

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Conflict in a fallen world

Posted by on 17th Nov, 2016 in Blogs and Links | 2 comments

Conflict in a fallen world

On Sunday we remembered the terrible cost in loss of human life and suffering in the wars over the past 100 years. We gave thanks for the freedom we have to live our lives. At just about every level we see conflict in the world. As I write this there is bitter dispute between prison officers and the government over conditions in our prisons.   Whatever you thought of the recent US presidential elections the bitter, personal and acrimonious exchanges between the candidates which Robert Peston described as the ‘dirtiest most depressing campaign in human history’ was hardly a model for...

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