Join us for live teaching, training and encouragement today. 9:00am Morning Prayer with devotions – Lord of Space and Time (Matthew 12:1-13) 2:00pm Gospel Maths (part 2) Pandemic proofing the church 8:00pm The finale of “Life in the presence of the Living God” as we look at Deuteronomy 33 and 34. All live sessions areContinue reading “Faithroots Wednesday”
This is something new that we’ll be trying each Wednesday. I’m aiming to include as much live content as possible throughout he day via our Facebook page. The reason for this is that one of my concerns is to help provide training resources for those engaging in urban ministry and particularly for those who mightContinue reading “Welcome to Faithroots Live Wednesday”
After a Christmas/New Year break we’ll be back on Wednesday for Faithroots Live. One f my aims has been to provide teaching and training online, particularly but not exclusively with those called to urban contexts in mind. So, with a little bit of free time on my hand as we await our next posting andContinue reading “Faithroots Live Wednesdays”
There’s a young man, he has travelled far from home. He has had a great time but now he has spent up and is bankrupt. A famine hits. He gets a job but it still isn’t paying the bills and so he goes hungry. There’s a sheep out on the hillside. It had been wanderingContinue reading “Choose Life (Deuteronomy 30)”
Sorry for the delay in getting this one out. Here’s the final in our mini series on justification and righteousness.
I want to do two things before we delve into the detail of Deuteronomy 28 that will hopefully be helpful. First of all, I want to outline a bit more about what a Biblical Covenant is and where we fit into the picture. A covenant is an agreement between two parties. It usually includes longContinue reading “Every Blessing you pour out (Deuteronomy 28: 1-14)”
Here is the next in our Faithroots Live videos. In this talk we look at how Jesus obeys the Father. We discuss the theory of Eternal Functional Subordination and see that we cannot talk about the Son in a way which denies his unity and equality with the Father or his distinction from Him.
Here’s the recording of this week’s Faithroots Live looking at how the Bible names God as Father.