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Reformation Sunday: 1517-2017

Reformation Sunday: 1517-2017

Five hundred years on from Martin Luther and his '95 Theses', we reflect back on the importance of the change brought about by the Reformation.

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Missions Conference 2017

Missions Conference 2017

Listen to encouraging stories from missionaries around the globe of how Christ's Kingdom is growing and the message of Salvation is spreading!

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George Verwer - OM

George Verwer - OM

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Truth Decay

Truth Decay

Christians claim that the Gospel is true. Underlying that claim is the concept of truth as absolute, objective, and universal. However, our society sees truth as a product of culture, psychology, and power. “Truth is what your peers let you get away with saying” says the philosopher Richard Rorty. In such a relativistic culture, where something can be true for me but not for you, how can the case for Christianity be made? What exactly did our Lord mean when He claimed to be “the Truth”?

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Hope

Hope

Hope is more than mere wishful thinking. Hope is a vital necessity of life – a gift that God wants to give us, a source of strength and courage in the face of life’s harshest trials. Through passages from both the Old and New Testaments, we look at how to ground your hope in God, knowing that His power, His provision and His presence are all that we need. These aspects provide the ante-dote to despair, cynicism and putting our hope in the wrong things. This teaching series will have a strong pastoral approach and will seek to encourage believers to hold fast to the God of hope and to help those without God and without hope to find Him in their lives.

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The Names Of God

The Names Of God

The Bible uses more than one name to describe who God is. Throughout the Old and New Testaments, many names and descriptive titles are used to tell us what He is like and what He does. These eight studies take four names from the Old Testament and four from the New, and look at who He has proved Himself to be throughout history, and how those attributes relate to our own relationship with Him.

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