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Exploring the Heart of David

12th November 2018

Israel’s greatest King: David: rarely can there have been a life of sharper contrasts.

From obscurity to acclaim, unnoticed youngest son, alone amongst the hillside fields of Bethlehem to Goliath-slaying fame, from shepherd-boy to court musician, from desert outlaw to opulent king, from enjoying intense popularity to facing outright rebellion, without mercy to his enemies yet showing [...]

A space for God to speak

9th November 2018

Recently a diverse group spent a week at Mount St Bernard Abbey in Leicestershire exploring the bible and biblical themes in depth. Beth Williams describes what it was like.

On October 22nd we once again descended upon Mount St Bernard Abbey for a week of Bible study and contemplation. This was actually the fourth time Julia Faire[...]

Weekly Word: God’s idea of Church

9th November 2018

How many churches are there in your local town or city? There are probably around 50 in mine, and we all think we know the right way to do church! What is God’s idea of church, though? Probably something quite different.

There are objective truths we should all stand for, but the way we actually live is of immense importa[...]

Weekly Word: God’s Purpose in Revealing Christ

2nd November 2018
For you are the God in whom I take refuge;   why have you rejected me? Why do I go about mourning   because of the oppression of the enemy? Send out your light and your truth;   let them lead me; let them bring me to your holy hill   and to your dwelling! […]

Weekly Word: Broken Cisterns

26th October 2018
In the wilderness God gave His people food and water. These were symbols of God Himself. Away from slavery, back to the source, they were eating and drinking of God Himself. God wants His people to find their source of life in Him. But so often rather than going to the Source for their living […]

Weekly Word: Living Water

19th October 2018
At Festivals people looked at three things: Past- Looking back to the Wilderness Present- Looking at how they are now Future- Looking to what they should become On the last day of the Feast of Tabernacles the priests would take water from a fresh source and throw it everywhere. As they showered the emerging water […]

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