Stand alone talks Series

Guest Speakers Makoto and Haejin Shim Fujimura

This past Sunday, David Stroud interviewed leading abstract artist and popular speaker Makoto Fujimura and his wife Haejin Shim. Makoto is also a well-known expert in Kintsugi, the Japanese art of restoring broken pottery in such a way that the repaired piece is more beautiful and more valuable than the original. He also shares a real passion for Christian involvement in cultural renewal, as we do as a church, and he has written a number of great books on the subject.

David spoke to Makoto and Haejin about “what to do when things break?”, and they talked about Kintsugi in relation to their own experiences at 9/11, during Covid, in their own spiritual lives and in their marriage.

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Blessings and Woes

Sam Lomas 4th June 2023

In Luke chapter 6, Jesus teaches that following Him doesn’t mean we won’t suffer. But we can view suffering from a place of blessing rather than curse – knowing that we have a Saviour who not only endured the worst suffering, but promises us a new life, new hope, and new future with Him.


New Wineskins

Jo Bird 28th May 2023

In Luke chapter 5, Jesus uses parables to teach His followers not cling to old ways of thinking and living, but embrace the new life of God’s kingdom. In this talk, Jo looks at how we can let go of old ways to receive God’s transformative power in our daily lives.


Walk of Faith

Liam Thatcher

In this talk from our Mile End service, guest speaker Liam Thatcher shares from Matthew chapter 14, and considers how God is inviting us to walk through life with a posture of faith.

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