Monthly Archives: October 2013

When you think you’re doing well – watch out!

A short talk on Christian complacency, from 1 Corinthians 10:1-13 One day, a hare and a tortoise decide to have a race. The hare zooms off at a tremendous speed, and half-way round the course he is so confident of … Continue reading

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The model children’s choir?

In 1788, at the age of 84, John Wesley made one of his last tours to the north-west of England. What he found at Bolton, in Lancashire, is surely an inspiration to anyone running, or thinking of running, a Christian … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs, church, the ‘random encounter’ and the ‘ministry of presence’

When is a ‘meeting’ a ‘meeting’? In an age of unprecedented digital connectivity, is it still important for Christians to meet together in the flesh? How should Hebrews 10:25 (“Do not neglect meeting together, but encourage one another…” be applied … Continue reading

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