Monthly Archives: May 2019

Living Water

Throughout human history water has been a powerful symbol of life: thirst-quenching, refreshing and purifying yet at times deep and dangerous. Jesus himself spoke of living water in all its abundance and yet today 844 million people still have no … Continue reading

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Walking in Liberty

Our Bible reading this week says: If we love one another, God lives in us. Wow! What a powerful and inclusive message. And I’m delighted to say that we’ve got somebody visiting us this Sunday who really walks the walk. … Continue reading

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Come and see Roo

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Who do we listen to?

This Sunday our Bible reading calls on Jesus’ followers to "test the spirits". It’s a strange phrase but the wider passage challenges its readers to think about who they listen to and allow to guide their lives. It’s an interesting … Continue reading

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Life: revealed and seen

This week we begin a new mini-series on a letter apparently written by John. The book of 1 John is one of the most beautifully written books of the Bible and starts where the gospels leave off: LIFE – revealed … Continue reading

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