Jesus’ Revolutionary Prayer by Ian Mobsby

In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores Jesus’ teaching in Luke 11:1-13 of the Lords Prayer, and the profoundly revolutionary worldview and identity this brings to those who seek to follow Jesus.  The truths of this prayer go to the heart of what Jesus is all about, and is essential if we are to understand and participate in the Kingdom of […]

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Trinity 5: Christian discipleship as contemplative action by Sandra Schloss

In this podcast recorded on Sunday 21st July 2019, the Revd Sandra Schloss explores the implications of the gospel text regarding the Gospel story of Mary and Martha.  As a self-confessed activist, Sandra explores the challenge for both activists and contemplatives when it comes to living the Christian faith to some depth.

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Easter 2: Shalom, Yahweh has sent me, I am sending you by Fr Ian Mobsby

On the 28th April 2019 and on the day of the St Lukes APCM Meeting, Fr Ian Mobsby explores the implications of the tradition Gospel text of Jesus’ appearing to the disciples and specifically Thomas in his resurrected form.  In this text in verse 21 Jesus said ‘Peace be with you and as the Father has sent me, I am […]

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Epiphany: Hope for the world in the coming of the Magi

In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the significance of the coming of the Magi as a sign of Jesus’ relevance to the whole world, demonstrated by the Magi as followers of the Zoroastrian religion. This was recorded on the first Sunday of Epiphany 2019. For a comprehensive list of St Lukes podcasts on Itunes click here To subscribe to St […]

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Harvest & Blessing us as per the Little Children

In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the gospel text of Mark 10 and in particular what Jesus is communicating to the disciples and the pharisees about God’s priorities through the orientation of the heart in the way he engages with the little children.  This was recorded at the St Luke’s Church Parish Eucharist in celebration of the annual harvest festival. For […]

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Facing your shadow side is crucial to Christian discipleship by Tola Badejo

In this podcast recorded at the St Lukes Church for the Parish Eucharist on 14thSunday after Tirnity Sunday, Tola Badejo explores the theme of the encounters between Jesus and the Pharisees in the Mark chapter 7, regarding holiness and wholeness as a Christian seeking to the follow the way of Christ.  Tola is a Hospital chaplain in North London and […]

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Jesus is the Bread of Life in a hungry world by Ian Mobsby

In this podcast, Ian Mobsby explores the implications of Ephesians Chapter 4 and the importance of baptism as the beginning of the Christian spiritual path.  This was recorded at St Lukes Peckham on the 10th Sunday of Trinity on the 5th August 2018. For a comprehensive list of St Lukes podcasts on Itunes click here To subscribe to St Luke’s podcasts […]

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Baptism as the beginning of the Christian spiritual path by Ian Mobsby

In this podcast, Ian Mobsby explores the implications of Ephesians Chapter 4 and the importance of baptism as the beginning of the Christian spiritual path.  This was recorded at St Lukes Peckham on the 10th Sunday of Trinity on the 5th August 2018. For a comprehensive list of St Lukes podcasts on Itunes click here To subscribe to St Luke’s podcasts […]

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