Talks by Tim Wetherfield

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8. ‘Courage to care’ Nehemiah

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Last in our series ‘Trusting God’ from the book of Nehemiah.  The message from Nehemiah is far more than rebuilding a wall but about restoring a relationship with God and between people.  Deuteronomy 15 – there should be no poor among you. Three ways to remember lessons from Nehemiah Prayer Care Share 200315 March 2020 […]

5. ‘A personal commitment’ Nehemiah

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Readings from Nehemiah 2:9-16 and John 21:15-17. Tim recapped the story and lessons learned from Nehemiah previously and  looked at five features of Nehemiah’s commitment: hopeful, boldness, preparedness, interdependence and focus.  He drew out features of the story mirrored in the Gospel story.

1. ‘A dislocated heart’ Nehemiah

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At Breakfast Church Tim opens the first session of the new series in Nehemiah (1:1-4). “Our new sermon series this term focuses on learning from the book of Nehemiah. Last week Peter kicked things off by placing Nehemiah in the context of the events in the book of Ezra. It’s about us learning more about […]

Christian Living 3

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In this third in the series Tim Wetherfield explores Philippians 2:1-11 from the NLT and in particular what Paul meant by “agreeing wholeheartedly with each other” in verse 2. He cites the example of Sir Nicholas Winton and the Czech Kindertransport and also  CS Lewis on humility: “Humility is not thinking less of yourself, it’s […]

God’s Glory Shared 1.

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Readings were from Genesis 1:26-31a and Isaiah 43:1-7. The preacher sets the scene for a short series about the big picture of God and us. Beginning with the perfection of creation it looks forward, beyond the world’s mess, to the image of God being restored in us.  As the pinnacle of God’s creation we can […]

The Life of a Disciple

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Formed by the Word – hearing and doing Jesus’ words Reading from James 1:19-27 and John 1:1-14 Tim uses the song about he Ugly Duckling in a creative way to speak about becoming who we are in Christ.  The sermon was not recorded but his script here is easy to read and well worth the […]