Talks tagged with ‘Holy Spirit’

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Bold witnesses

Peter and Rosie Cunliffe each speak from Acts 4:1-22 about the boldness of Peter’s witness and the work of the Holy Spirit, and the importance of the ‘Cornerstone’.  This recording gives a taster of ‘Church at Home’ and includes the full reading from Acts 4. Songs, interviews and prayers are not included.

The Fellowship of the Believers

On his 5th Sunday of Easter Peter & Rosie Cunliffe speak from Acts 2:42-47 to the church gathered on Zoom.  You will also hear the prayers led by Sue Henderson and Janet Stewart using the words of well known hymns to reflect feelings of many during the current pandemic.

Finding faith on the Emmaus Road

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Luke 24:13-35.  Peter’s challenge is to hear the Bible story with more questions—not just ones that question the facts, more the kind that ask, “How does this relate to me?” “What can I learn from this story today?” “What is God saying to me?” As these bewildered Disciples start home for Emmaus they are deep […]

Confirmation Address

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Bishop Dagmar addresses the congregation and conformation candidates at a conformation with candidates from the Deaf Church and the Hearing Church.  Speaking from Matthew 4:12-23 about Jesus calling disciples to follow him.

1 John 3:1-3 Children of God now

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1 John 3:1-3 Peter develops what it means that we are children of God in the series in First John. Our experience of our earthly father may make a stumbling block to accept God as a father.  As people we need to ask the Holy Spirit to reveal the truth about God’s nature to us.  […]

Peace – its nature and mission

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Gerald speaks from John 20:19-31 concerning the peace that Jesus offered his disciples – its nature and its mission; about the church continuing the mission of Jesus and being resourced by the Holy Spirit.

Advent 2

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Sid Bridges opens Luke 3 with three points in mind heightened spiritual temperature, there is a calling, would you loose your head for it? What did it mean then, and what might it mean to us now?