Truth and justice in uncertain times by John Henry

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In this podcast recorded on 7th Sunday after Trinity Sunday John Henry explores the lectionary texts of Amos 7.7-15, Psalm 85.8-13, Ephesians 1.3-14 and Mark 6.14-29 to explore the challenge for the people of God to stand up for truth and justice when there may be consequences.  this was recorded on the 15th July 2018 at St Luke’s Peckham.

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God and my personal space by Revd Collins Durueke

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Drawing on the liturgical readings for Suinday Morning of Trinity 2 Revd Collins Durueke explores the implication of how we sustain our personal space, those things that influence us and create autonomy, and how we relate to God.  This was recorded on Trinity Sunday 2018.

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Easter 7: Chosen & Sanctified by Jesus in the now by Fr Tola Badejo

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In this podcast, Fr Tola Badejo explored the application of Jesus’ teaching as recorded by John in chapter 17:6-19 to explore the implication today for what it means to be chosen and sanctified by jesdus work in the Kingdom of God.  This was recorded at St Luke’s Church in Peckham on Sunday 13th May 2018. Fr Tola is an Anglican […]

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Easter 5: I AM the Vine, you are branches to bear fruit by Ian Mobsby

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    In this podcast recorded on the 5th Sunday of Easter 2018 and on the event of the Annual Parochial Church Council Meeting, Ian Mobsby explores the meaning of Jesus’ I AM statement in the Gospel of John chapter 15:1-8, where Jesus says ” I AM the Vine, you are branches” and then later says that we are called […]

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