Wednesday, 29 July 2015



12th July 2015

 Luke 16 v 1-13. Loving the world: Becca is our speaker today in a talk entitled “The case of the "dishonest" manager.” A manager was unjustly accused , and due to be sacked. Jesus shows, how applying the principles of Gods kingdom can transform situations dominated by ambition and injustice into solutions that bring relief and healing. Applying God's wisdom to workplace problems brings practical love to our personal worlds. Using the resources at our disposal wisely is a skill we can learn from the secular world. RF

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5th July 2015

Luke 10: 25 – 37. The Good Samaritan. Loving world: neighbour, touch, engagement, use of resources. Continuing from last week we consider what lessons we can learn from Jesus teaching. Jerusalem to Jericho is a notorious road. Who is my neighbour? The Samaritan’s first response to the beat up man was not to touch him but to feel pity and compassion. Many of us will be journeying this week and this summer. The touching place, the place of engagement must not be avoided. JTH.


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28th June 2015 

Mark 1: 40 – 45. Continuing the theme of “Loving the World “ Geoff is our speaker today in a talk entitled the “power of touch” looking at the incident in Mark where Jesus reaches out, touches and heals the man with a “dreaded skin disease. “ Our cost of discipleship and service is the degree as to what we perceive to be of what God intends for the world and our commitment to it. The Father’s love brought Jesus full of grace and truth into our world who created touching places for the untouchable. We have been given the same job in his (not our) power. “Jesus was filled with pity and stretched out his hand and touched him.” GTH
 


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