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In a continuation of our series looking at Ecclesiastes, Rev Pam Bryan finds some words of encouragement. Not everything is meaningless!
Ecclesiastes 4:9-12, 5:1-7 and 5:18-20.
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Using Hebrews 4:14-5:10 and 7:25, Jack Liquorish explains the importance of Jesus’ role as our high priest.
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Alan Hewerdine uses the father/child relationship as his theme for Father’s Day and what it means to have God as our Dad.
Scripture reference: John 14:15-27.
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On Pentecost Sunday, Rev Nick Swanson explored the transformational power of the Holy Spirit.
Nick used Acts 19:1-7 and Ephesians 3:4-21 as his references.
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What can we learn from the parable of the wheat and the weeds? Rev Nick Swanson gives us ‘three Ps’ to consider…
You can find the scripture readings at Matthew 13:34-30, 36-43 and 2 Peter 3:9.
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Rev Pam Bryan explores what true love looks like as described in 1 John 4:7-12 and 4:16b-19.
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Rev Nick Swanson looks at who we are in Christ – truly children of God – and what that means.
The scripture this message uses is 1 John 2:28 – 3:10.
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Rev Nick Swanson uses the example of Nehemiah and the rebuilding of Jerusalem to inspire us for the rest of 2019.
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Nick Swanson looks at Acts 2:42-47 and explores what it means to be a spirit-filled church.
What can we learn from the earliest church?
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