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Why God doesn’t need sheepdogs and how to get on being sheep.
10:30 @ Turnham Green
At the 9am Richard explores how the ministries God gives the church can lead it into an incredible counter-cultural unity.
The 10:30 TG
In this Remembrance Day sermon, Madi ties stories of war to Christ's mandate to love, and poses the question, What are we here to remember?...
The 9am/10:30 TG
World Vision: Knowing and responding to God’s love in our world today
Finding intimacy with Christ, who dwells in us and longs to share the fullness of His love with us.
Denis speaks on a challenging passage.
Daniel waited 70 years for an angel. He prophesied a 490 year wait for a Messiah. That same Messiah told us to wait for his next coming... Lessons for the journey from the inspirational prayer and prophecy of Daniel 9.
Daniel delves into his memoirs to share a message of hope and reassurance amongst chaos and destruction - a short insight into this complicated text by our new intern, Dave.
The significance of absorbing ourselves in the reality presented to us in Gods Word.
How can we trust that God is in charge when at times the signs seem to say otherwise…
Those in power come and go, but God is in charge of all. Daniel is offered third place in the Kingdom and gets it, but his new boss doesn’t survive the night.
In this week’s 6pm sermon we will explore how God deals with pride by looking at the example of king Nebuchadnezzar in Daniel. We will focus on the sleep of pride, the heart of pride, the outcome and the healing.
God who deals with pride.
The 10.30 TG
Into the furnace: How can we stay faithful when it flows against a powerful tide?
Daniel 3: 1-25
Daniel 1: Is Jesus against culture, for culture, the fulfiller of culture, transformer of culture or wanting to keep culture and religion separate? We look at the makings of a prime minister and the compromises he could make but the convictions he would not waver from.