This is the first of two posts on baptism: its importance, history and development in the early centuries and to us today.
I’ve seen many baptisms … they are some of the most exciting moments in a church family’s life… let alone in the life of the individual being baptised. My baptism? The most important d[...]
How do you cope with change? One creative friend of mine can only cope with routine for a short time, whereas other friends don't like change at all. Ask other people what you are like when it comes to adapting to change.
We recently held and event on the theme ‘Unchanging God of Change’. God i[...]
The book of Galatians contains Paul's most forceful language. As a former Pharisee he knew exactly what was at stake as he walked right into the heart of the major controversy of his time. Julia Faire details the explosions.
This is good news, many are finding Jesus BUT these Gentiles who join our religion must do things the right w[...]
In his letter to the church in Ephesus, Paul goes deep into the nature and form of Church.
He waxes lyrical about the riches of Christ that we can enjoy together as we live and love one another as his Church. Not far from the end of the letter, Paul calls husbands and wives to live in unity by pointing t[...]
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