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These are the sermons that are given from the pulpit of St Andrew's Church in the village of Slip End, Bedfordshire in the UK. Generally these sermons are given by our vicar the Rev' Cathy Pullinger or by our reader Chris Barnes. Occasionally we also have visiting preachers or other members of our congregation that present sermons. Before each sermon there is a reading from the bible that usually last a couple of minutes . You can always visit our website at http://church.slipend.co.uk.
 
The St. Andrew's Society of Los Angeles is the oldest organization in Southern California devoted to the promotion of Scottish culture. The St. Andrews Society of Los Angeles podcast will feature fascinating interviews with entertainment personalities, government leaders, and community advocates. For more information about the St. Andrew's Society of Los Angeles visit https://saintandrewsla.org
 
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Listen to a reporter catch a coach on the way back onto the field after halftime: "Coach, what's your plan for the second half?" "Well, they scored more than we did until now, but if we can catch up and then score more than them in the second half, we'll be okay." It's always some variant of, "Here's the problem, and here's the solution." That form…
 
Sermon from St Andrews Church, Slip End, UK. Sermon given by our reader Julie Taylor on the 10/1/21 entitled ‘The Baptism Of Jesus. Download Mp3 HERE! Sermon Starts at 1:07 Readings from Mark 1 v 4-11 4 And so John the Baptist appeared in the wilderness, preaching a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins. 5 The whole Judean countryside a…
 
In this episode, we think about Jesus healing the leper and the Roman soldier's slave in Matthew 8. This is a classic 'practice what you preach' moment for Jesus - happening immediately after the Sermon on the Mount. He practiced what he preached. Do we?St Andrew's Church, Enfield による
 
The greatest teachers are those who take deep, hard to understand truths and put them in simple, understandable language and examples we can understand. This is a gift God gave to the Apostle John. He uses the contrast of walking in the light and walking in the darkness, two concepts that are easy to understand, especially at this time of year. The…
 
John's letters teach us about Jesus’ love so that we can love Jesus and one another. John reminds us what truly matters—that we know who Jesus is and what he has done for us, that we embrace Jesus’ love for us, and that we share that love with others. The word fellowship sums it all up and describes what we are about as God’s family. Every verse of…
 
Until this year, most of us associated 2020 with excellent vision. But no one envisioned that 2020 would unravel as it did. That's the way it is with the future. "What's next?" This year that question prompts fewer vision statements and much less certainty than it did a year ago. That's not a bad thing. Uncertain times have a way of helping us appr…
 
2020 was a difficult year for us all. As we prepare to enter 2021, this podcast explores lessons that we may learn from the story of the Wise Men who visited Jesus. We consider three personal attributes the Wise Men had that can help us in our own spiritual journey at this time.St Andrew's Church, Enfield による
 
Salvation prepared for all people It was in the midst of a worldwide census, political and social upheavals, and the din of Temple worship that the Lord of creation quietly entered his Temple. There was no fanfare or ceremony. He entered humbly, carried by his teenage mother and unnoticed by all except one who had been waiting. We hear the words of…
 
We pray you enjoy the sights, food, family, and gifts of this season. They’re gifts from God. But there’s more, infinitely more, to enjoy. The Baby in the manger grew up to be, as Isaiah the prophet described him, The Suffering Servant. His suffering isn’t incongruous with Christmas. His suffering makes Christmas deeper, more meaningful, and longer…
 
Crossword fans, what's an eight-letter word for something that is heavier than heaven and earth combined? How about, Immanuel? Isaiah called Jesus, “Immanuel, God with us.” Our ADVENTure continues this week. Let the Creator God of the universe impress you with what it meant for him to become a human being and what it means for you to follow him now…
 
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