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In our series on the Gospel of Luke, Natalie Powell looks at Jesus' warnings about salvation in Luke 13:22-35 and explores what it means to "make every effort to enter through the narrow door" of God's kingdom.โดย Christ Church London
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This week, we are reading from John’s Gospel, reminding us of Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem while he was fully aware of his impending death. Yet in every step he takes to the cross, he takes in love for those he came to save.โดย Christ Church London
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In our series on Lent through Luke, Andy Tilsley looks at Jesus' story of the Rich Man and Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31), and explores our attitude to money, those in need, and our very real need for relationship with Jesus.โดย Andy Tilsley
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In our series on Lent through Luke, Adnan Khan looks at how Jesus calls his disciples to pray with confidence and humility, believing that God is good in character and hears our prayers not due to our merit but his mercy.โดย Adnan Khan
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This week, we are reading from the Book of Galatians which reminds us of our call to live in the freedom and fruitfulness of God’s Spirit. We are reminded that Jesus has freed us from the curse of sin, and with that freedom we can now serve one another with humility and love.โดย Christ Church London
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This week, we are reading from the words of John’s Gospel which remind us that Jesus is the ‘bread of life’, and that he alone has the ability to nourish us at the deepest level. It’s a reminder that our deepest hunger cannot be met by success or self-sufficiency. Nor can it be met by physical things because it’s a spiritual hunger for God.…
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In our series on Lent through Luke, Natalie Powell looks at Jesus' call to prioritise following him above anything or anyone else in life, and his charge to surrender everything we are and have to be his disciple.โดย Natalie Powell
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We begin this week by reading words from Mark’s Gospel and the book of Hebrews. They remind us of Jesus’ own battle and victory against temptation and sin. And after the reading, there’s a prayer asking for God’s help to turn away from anything we know to be wrong and sinful.โดย Christ Church London
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In this talk, David Stroud looks at Philippians 4:10-13 and how the renewing of our attitude and vision can have a powerful effect on how we live, and our ability to overcome the challenges that life brings.โดย Christ Church London
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In this talk, Andy unpacks 1 John 5:21, "dear children, keep yourself from idols." Martin Luther once said every sin has idolatry at its core, and therefore idolatry is the main thing we need to address, if we are to be fully devoted to Jesus. We explore how to spot idols, how to expose them, and how to dethrone them.…
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What does it mean to be undivided in our worship? Natalie Powell talks about what it means to worship God "in the Spirit and in truth," as well as the dangers of worshipping idols.โดย Christ Church London
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In this talk, Catherine looks at Romans 12:1-2 and the call for God’s people to be living, breathing sacrifices – surrendering our lives in service to God as a daily act of worship.โดย Catherine Ishola
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In this talk, Raph looks at Jesus’ parable of the Rich Fool and its warning about trusting in riches for an ultimate sense of security in life, and how greed can rob us of a true sense of God’s abundant purpose.โดย Raph Arthur
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When tragedies strike, it feels natural to respond in fear, confusion, and judgement. It also presents challenging questions around God’s involvement (or lack thereof). Where was he in all of this? In this talk, Catherine looks at Jesus’ response to tragic news of death and highlights Jesus' call for repentance and fruitfulness.…
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What are we to make of Jesus’ encounters with those who were demon possessed? In this talk, Andy Tilsley explores the story of Jesus and Beelzebul (Luke 11:14-26)) and what it can teach us about the devil and demons.โดย Andy Tilsley
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Throughout the Gospel of Luke, tension has been building between Jesus and the religious leaders. In this passage, we see a dramatic climax of this tension as Jesus responds to their request for a ‘sign from heaven’. In this talk, Sam looks at why Jesus responds the way he does, and the meaning behind the only sign the leaders would get – the ‘sign…
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In this talk Natalie explores the power of the Lord’s prayer in our daily lives, and how Jesus both models a life of prayer and offers us a practical lesson in how to pray ourselves.โดย Natalie Powell
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Throughout the Gospel of Luke, tension has been building between Jesus and the religious leaders. In this passage, we see a dramatic climax of this tension as Jesus responds to their request for a ‘sign from heaven’. In this talk, Joel looks at why Jesus responds the way he does, and the meaning behind the only sign the leaders would get – the ‘sig…
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Is it possible for our faith to thrive in a world that can be indifferent at best or hostile at worst? What does such a faith look like in our city? And what kind of church does it take to sustain it? Adnan explores how the ancient Thessalonian church gives us a model of holiness and hope in a hostile world, not by withdrawing from the world, but b…
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What does it look like to live on mission for God? In this talk, Lars explores our call to mission through the story of the seventy-two disciples carrying out Jesus’ work in different towns and villages.โดย Lars Due-Christensen
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How can we live life full of God’s promises while often waiting, even longing, for his promises to be fulfilled? In this standalone talk, David looks at the life of Caleb the Kenizzite (Josh 14:10-14), and explores the nature of God’s promises for individual people.โดย David Stroud
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What does Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan teach us about love and compassion? In this talk, Taiwo explores how the parable reflects God’s heart for us and our neighbours.โดย Taiwo Otaiku
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Jesus sends the disciples out in pairs to tell other people about His kingdom. What does this teach us about mission today and sharing our faith with others? Andy Tilsley unpacks Luke 10:1-9โดย Andy Tilley
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What does it look like to live on mission for God? In this talk, Joel explores our call to mission through the story of the seventy-two disciples carrying out Jesus’ work in different towns and villages.โดย Joel Wade
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This story from Luke follows two separate dramas that become intertwined in a way that couldn’t be foreseen. The characters and events intrude on each other and result in us seeing how Jesus is a Saviour we can trust in both our desperation and even death.โดย Natalie Powell
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What does Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan teach us about love and compassion? In this talk, James explores how the parable reflects God’s heart for us and our neighbours.โดย James Copeland
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Have you ever seen faith that has amazed or surprised you? Maybe someone in a health crisis, season of uncertainty, suffering, or job insecurity? Here we have an instance of faith that amazes Jesus. No where else do we see this in the Gospel! A Roman centurion would usually be a symbol of oppression and conquest, but here we read of one admired by …
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What captivated and convinced the earliest followers of Jesus to surrender everything they had to follow Him? Is it possible for us to be filled with that same conviction today? In this talk, Joshua Luke Smith reflects on some of the ingredients of what this deep conviction looks like, and how it leads us to surrender and devote everything we are a…
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How can a small group of fervent and faithful disciples see a society transformed by God’s Kingdom – especially in a nation where churches are in decline? In this talk, David Stroud explores the story of the prophet Daniel during Babylonian exile, and imagines how Daniel’s example of faithfulness can also help us seek God’s Kingdom in our time and …
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Jesus begins revealing his divine identity to a greater degree through his Transfiguration. In this talk, Adnan explores what the disciples both saw and heard through this spectacular event, and how it shaped their understanding of who Jesus was and what he came to do.โดย Adnan Khan
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