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Promises Promises

Sermon on Genesis 17:1-14 preached last Sunday.  

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The Urgency of Evangelism

Sermon preached this morning at St Mary Bredin, Canterbury.

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Paths of Righteousness

Some bloke preached at St Mary Bredin this morning. Apparently he was quite interesting. [gview file=””]  

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Sermon – There will be Peace

This morning’s sermon that I preached at St Mary Bredin, Canterbury. Enjoy!

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As I get back into the flow of working (a bit) for a church here in Canterbury (SMB as it happens), I’ve started preaching again. Here’s an offering from the start of the month. Apparently I was paid the greatest

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A Sermon

You can read it all here, or watch it here. Great stuff, but don’t forget to click on the picture above.

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Christ the King
Eternal Father, whose Son Jesus Christ ascended to the throne of heaven that he might rule over all things as Lord and King: keep the Church in the unity of the Spirit and in the bond of peace, and bring the whole created order to worship at his feet; who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever.

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Aber mit der Heimat
geht man immer herum,
durch die Welt,
dort und dort
Peter Handke

No one could describe
the Word of the Father;
but when He took flesh from you, O Theotokos,
He consented to be described, and restored the fallen image to its former beauty.
We confess and proclaim our salvation in word and image.
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