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Good News: We have been given Jesus' power and authoritySimon Allaby11th January 20158,073 Kb
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Mark 6:1-13. Before Jesus sends the disciples out on their first mission trip, He warns them that some will misunderstand them and mock them, because they won't be able to see past their old lives as fisherman and tax collectors. We will face the same challenges when we follow Jesus, but we must remember who we are in Him.
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My Eyes Have Seen Your SalvationBob Harrison28th December 20147,919 Kb
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Luke 2:21-35
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Jesus is coming backSimon Allaby14th December 20147,200 Kb
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Matthew 24. History is going somewhere! Jesus promised that one day He would return and that that day would be a great day of judgement, redemption and restoration. Matthew 24 gives us 10 things we should know while we wait.
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Five reasons to believe that the Nativity story is based on fact not fictionSimon Allaby7th December 20144,597 Kb
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Five reasons to take seriously the descriptioins of the miraculous birth of Jesus as recorded in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke.
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Good News: Jesus calms every stormSimon Allaby30th November 20145,162 Kb
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Mark 4:35 - 5:43. Having used parables to reframe people's understanding and expectations of the Kingdom of God, Jesus now authenticates His identity as the Son of God in a series of events which illiustrate that while circumstances may sometimes appear to be beyond our control, when we bring them to Jesus He has authority to change them.
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Good News: The Kingdom Grows all by ItselfSimon Allaby23rd November 20147,532 Kb
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Mark 4:21-34. Continuing to explain the nature of the Kingdom of God through parables Jesus tells us that under the right circumstances the Kingdom will grow in a natual and organic way, and that while it may be tiny to begin with it will grow to encompass everything around it.
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Good News: Despite appearances the Kingdom is comingSimon Allaby16th November 20144,801 Kb
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Mark 4:1-20. The Kingdom of God deosn't seem to be coming in the way that people had anticipated - a sudden, obvious intervention by God to restore the nation of Israel and punish her enemies. So Jesus uses parables to explain that the Kingdom is coming, but in a different way. The parable of the sower explains that while many will not be interested and will fall away after hearing the Good News, some will receive it willingly and they will produce a wonderul harvest.
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Good News: Jesus Builds a new CommunityDave Sweetman9th November 20146,759 Kb
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Mark 3:13-35. Jesus calls the 12 Apostles as a sign of God's recreation of His people on earth; an act that is then followed by His description of His 'family' as those who do the will of God.
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Does God send people to Hell?Simon Allaby2nd November 20144,855 Kb
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This month's Late Late Breakfast Big Question. You may be surprised by the answer!
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Good News: Jesus tells us to restSimon Allaby26th October 20145,175 Kb
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Mark 3:1-19. The Pharisees despair at Jesus' disregard for their Sabbath laws, but Jesus is restoring the Sabbath to what is was always meant to be - a day to be restored and recreated by God and a day to remember the freedom that He won for His people.
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Good News: Jesus is the Son of GodSimon Allaby19th October 20144,452 Kb
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Mark 2:18-28 In answering criticism from the Pharisees about his breach of religious rules, Jesus gives clues about his identity that help explain why the old ways of doing things are no longer applicable.
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Good News: Jesus Loves to ForgiveBob Payne12th October 201410,756 Kb
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Mark 2:1-17 Jesus reveals his true identity in this encounter with a paralysed man, and shows the power of forgivenesss.
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Why does a good God allow all this Suffering?Glen Scrivenor5th October 20146,877 Kb
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The second in this term's series on 'Big Questions'
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Good News: Jesus Loves to HealSimon Allaby28th September 20146,834 Kb
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Mark 1:29-45. The Jews realised that they lived in a broken world and that the signs of that brokenness - evil, sickness, guilt, division and separation - were all around. The heart of this brokenness is the broken relationship between God and humankind. When Jesus arrives to restore this broken relationship the 'symptoms' start to disappear as well.
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Good News Draws a CrowdSimon Allaby21st September 20146,255 Kb
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Mark 1:14-28. Jesus announces that the Kingdom of God is coming and this is Good News because it is all about God coming to put right everything that has gone wrong with the world. He invites Simon to 'follow' and discover more about who Jesus is on the journey.
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Jesus is Good NewsSimon Allaby14th September 20146,736 Kb
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Mark 1:1-13. Beginning a new series on Mark's Gospel. Mark's assessment of Jesus' life is that he was Good News and in his gospel is sets out to explain why.
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Religion - the root of all evilSimon Allaby7th September 20145,724 Kb
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Some have argued that religion is the cause of conflict and that the world would be a more peaceful place without it. But while it is true that religion does create division that can lead to conflict, the message of Christianity is very different.
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Don't Go AstraySimon Allaby31st August 20148,439 Kb
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John 16. Jesus' teaching over the previous few chapters has been to keep them from 'going astray' when their world is rocked by his crucifixion. He gives them reference points with which they can make sense of what happens. The same referecne points can help us when our world is rocked by unexpected loss or tragedy.
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