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06/03/19 Flush away poverty
Let justice roll on like a river… “So come move, let justice roll on like a river, Let worship turn into revival, Lord, lead us back to you.” These are words found in a new song we have recently begun...
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04/03/19 Money Series pt 7 – Complexities about giving to Ministry
Last week’s article dealt with what we should do with the money we don’t spend on ourselves and argued that the Bible instructs us to give to three broad areas: ministry, mission and poor-care (with a fourth principle that justice is better than charity). However,...
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25/02/19 Money Series pt 6 – Giving: What to?
Giving: what to?  Last week’s article dealt with the question of “how much should I give?”, or, for those who read the blog, “how much should I keep?”. This is the most important question to get to work on, but once you have...
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18/02/19 Money Series pt 5 – Giving: How Much?
Giving: How much?   If you’ve been reading the last couple of articles, you’ll know that we’ve spent them examining various principles that we find in the Bible that provide the context within which we should make decisions about what we do...
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18/02/19 YWAM Update by Jessamy Clark
Happy Sunday everyone! It has been a busy two weeks since my last post- so heres a brief update.. We finished off the forgiveness and repentance topic last week, which was a heavy week but was really good and we...
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13/02/19 Relay prayer letter – Joel Clark
What ho everybody! Hope you all had lovely and refreshing Christmases and New Years (it has been a while since I did my last prayer letter!). If you are suffering from some January blues, then never fear, because I am...
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11/02/19 Money Series pt 4 – Money and Need
“Give me neither poverty nor riches;     feed me with the food that is needful for me,  lest I be full and deny you     and say, “Who is the Lord?” or lest I be poor and steal     and profane the name...
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04/02/19 Peace is a promise he will keep by Emily Martin
Anxiety! It’s a very well known word within our 21st century culture today. Whether you know someone who battles with it or that someone is yourself, the chances are you have encountered anxiety in some form. Even so, with such...
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31/01/19 Hearing God Speak by Tim Barton
This Sunday we take a break from our Ephesians series to spend some time looking at how we hear God speak. If I told you that I had a great friendship with someone but that we weren’t speaking anymore you...
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24/04/19 An Easter Reflection by Lynda Hadley
Lately, I’ve been thinking about Christian traditions, Easter being second in the Christian calendar to Christmas. Like Christmas, some Easter traditions are derived from pagan rituals, or twisted by modern secularism. Eggs were painted as a symbol of rebirth for...
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17/04/19 An Easter Reflection by Andrew White
He was in the world, and the world was made through him, yet the world did not know him.[John 1:10 ESV]  Visiting the Fitzwilliam Art Gallery in Cambridge recently, I was intrigued by a painting by Dutch artist Hendrick van...
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10/04/19 Christ sets the Alarm
Much is written about Peter in the Gospels. We can’t pretend to know him fully by what the Gospel writers have penned but it’s my conviction all that what we need to know that is of any benefit to us,...
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08/04/19 Caminul Felix April 2019 Update
Our Dear Friends and Sponsors We joyfully greet you again, wonderful people who have been supporting this ministry with great faithfulness for a long time. We don’t even know and have never met most of you, but we cherish you...
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03/04/19 The Cross has the final word – Failure by Tim Barton
Is failure controlling or shaping your life? I don’t think we really like to talk about failure too much. It’s uncomfortable and awkward to think about the ways that we have or can fall short in life. Whether it’s in...
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01/04/19 An Easter Reflection by Liz Barton
I have been celebrating Easter for as long as I can remember. I have sung the joyful hymns, read the story with my children and watched moving and emotional art pieces depicting the scenes leading up to and including Jesus’...
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29/03/19 Anticipation by Ann Conroy
The dictionary defines anticipation as ‘a feeling of excitement about something that is going to happen’. Maybe a holiday to some exotic location or perhaps a concert featuring your favourite singer or musician.  Another definition is ‘the act of preparing...
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27/03/19 Sunday 31st March – Reaching out in Mission
This Sunday we welcome Matt & Sarah Home and Greg Plunkett to share about their experience of living a missional life. Greg works as a missionary in Kenya, whilst Matt & Sarah oversee Willowdene Farm, a rehabilitation and training centre...
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25/03/19 Money Series pt 9 – Final Reflections
Final Reflections This week’s article is the final one about money. Hopefully if you’ve been following the articles you’ll have had the chance to think hard about what it means to follow Jesus with our stuff, but more than that,...
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