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Prayer in the Spirit
David Stroud

Paul ends Ephesians 6 by encouraging his readers to pray all kinds of prayers in all kinds of circumstances. In the final talk of this series, David considers the importance of praying in the Spirit.



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The Breastplate of Righteousness

Liam Thatcher 8th April 2018

Perhaps the most important bit of the armour is the piece that covers the heart. In this talk, Liam considers Paul’s instructions to protect ourselves with the breastplate of righteousness.


Easter Sunday

Tim Frisby 1st April 2018

Why is this world full of pain, disappointment and death? And what is God’s plan to overcome it? In this talk from Easter Sunday, Tim considers why we’re often tempted to ‘look for the living among the dead’ and how the resurrection calls us to be part of a movement that brings life and hope to our world.


The Sword of the Spirit

Lars Due-Christensen 25th March 2018

The sword is the only truly offensive part of the armour; the piece we use to fight. In this talk Lars considers how the word of God is a powerful weapon for the Christian life.

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In Ephesians 6, Paul describes how we can be equipped to stand strong against trials and struggles. This series looks at the armour of God, and considers the habits and practices that will strengthen us for the Christian life.

Many Christians assume that the point of the gospel is that we get to spend eternity in heaven when we die. But is that really what the Bible teaches? These seminars look at what the Bible says about heaven, new creation, and life after death.

When Jesus was asked what was the most important commandment, he replied, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul and mind’. Worship involves every part of us. In this series, begin the year by returning to our first love, and giving our all to Him in worship.

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Through the Ages

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