Easter 5: Love & Inclusion are central to those who call themselves followers of Jesus

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the theme of the New Commandment in John 13.31-35 where Jesus challenged the disciples to remember the centrality of love.  Jesus speaks with authority here, about love being an action just as much as it being an emotion.   The Church is called to be a transfomrative and inclusive community acting on love. This […]

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Finding inner peace through Christian Spirituality

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There is much about modern life that makes it stressful with the great danger that we exist only at the surface of ourselves.  In Cities life is even faster.  The temptation then comes to fill your life with stuff – netflix a film a podcast what ever it takes to distract yourself. But eventually we all become aware that by […]

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Easter 4: Submitting to the way of love

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the theme of John 10.22-30 where Jesus challenged the scribes and pharisees.  Jesus speaks with authority here, about being one with the Father, the Messiah, where he is the Good Sheoherd, looking over his sheep that he loves.   This text speaks to us, particularly the impact of discipeship on all of us. You […]

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Easter 3: Jesus’ first and last words for us today

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the theme of John 21.1-19 where Jesus appears to the disciples as they are fishing.  This text speaks to us, particularly the impact of discipeship on all of us.  That Jesus transforms, but expects our deep commitment to following him.  For more informattion on St Lukes please see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk. You can subscribe to this […]

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New Monastic Reflections: DIalogue with Ned Lunn and Tim Watson

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In this podcast, the nacent new monastic community at St Lukes Peckham met for dialogue with two pioneering ministers, Ned Lunn and Tim Watson, to explore their stories and new monasticism.  Both are ordained ministers in the Church of England, with Ned being based currently in York and Tim starting out in Gosport in Portsmouth.  Ned has been working with […]

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Second Sunday of Easter: Thomas as an example of mature discipleship by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the story of the disciples in their encounters with the risen Jesus, and in particular the sotry of Thomas.  Rather than being doubting Thomas, the John 20 text suggests that all the disciples doubted the resurrection as part of the process of faith..  Thomas therefore is an example of dscipleship as a process of […]

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Easter Sunday: We have the DNA of being an Easter People by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the Story of the Road to Emmanus in Luke’s Gospel, when Jesus joins to disciples on a journey initially as a stranger and then as they reach their destination, they recognise who he is.   This serves us well in the 21st Century where most see Jesus as a stranger, who have no idea […]

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Good Friday: ‘It Is Finished’ By Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the spiritual signifcance of the Cross and Jesus’ last words recorded in the gospels as ‘It is finished’.  These words are profound and not what some of the witnesses took as ultimate failure, but actually that Jesus as the Messiah had overcome great suffering for the slvific purposes of God.  This was recorded at […]

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Palm Sunday: The Messiah, but not the one they imagined or wanted

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jersualem as the Jewish Messiah exept he was not the type of messiah they could imagine or wanted.  This was recorded at the Palm Sunday Morning Eucharist, March 2016.  For more information on St Luke’s please see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk You can subscribe to this podcast by iTunes by clicking here.

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James Karran: a form of new monasticism drawing on celtic christianity

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In this podcast at a recent missional conference in Monmouthire South Wales, James Karran, leader of the Llan Commnity in Cardiff, explores a particularly Welsh form of New Monasticism that draws deeply on Celtic Christianity in the Welsh tradition.  The word Llan has a deep meaning, as an expression of a town founded by a celtic saint or religious commnity. […]

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