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Updated February 2020
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One of our biggest fears as human beings is FOBLO: Fear Of Being Left Out. We all want to live in a world where we are welcomed, wanted, and invited in. The question that Jesus is pressing on us, however, is not, “Do you want to live in a world where you are welcomed?” The question is, “Do you want to live in a world that welcomes people you would …
 
Tom Edwards moved from Australia to Scotland to study a masters in Missiology at Edinburgh Theological Seminary. He is planning to be involved in church planting in Australia and is particularly interested in missiology for a secular/post-Christian society. Topics: Cultural Comparisons, Cultural Apathy, Secular Cultures, Church Planting, Evangelism…
 
In the “Travel Narrative” of Luke’s gospel, Jesus invites his followers on a spiritual journey. That sounds very appealing. What’s not so appealing is the amount of time Jesus spends talking about money. And yet we worry about money all the time. Jesus is showing us that we can’t really follow him on this spiritual journey unless we get honest abou…
 
Joe Barnard is the founder of Cross Training Ministries. He is a graduate of Baylor University and the University of St. Andrews. For eight years he pastored a church in the Highlands of Scotland before returning to his hometown in Louisiana. https://www.xtrainingministries.com/ Topics: Cross Training Ministries, Characteristics of a Christian Man,…
 
This passage offers us two challenges. First, Jesus calls his followers to persuade others to follow him (otherwise known as evangelism, and a definite no-no in our culture). Second, he addresses one of our deepest aspirations as humans: to be real, true, authentic selves. On the surface, those two things appear to have nothing to do with each othe…
 
In moments of desperation, even the most skeptical people will very often find themselves praying to God for help. But when that desperate moment comes, do we know what to say? If you are going to ask God for help, then you need to know how to pray. In Luke 11, Jesus teaches us how to do just that. Join us as we continue our series on learning disc…
 
Mairi MacPherson has lived in Edinburgh for six years having moved from Northern Ireland to study French and German. Currently, Mairi is studying part-time for a Masters in Missiology at Edinburgh Theological Seminary while also providing maternity cover as the Mission Co-ordinator for the Free Church of Scotland. Topics: Missiology, Connecting wit…
 
There’s a difference between believing something is true, and experiencing it as real. For most of us, this world feels more real than anything, especially the daily pressures and demands of life. But Jesus says there’s a world beyond this world that’s infinitely more real. It’s called the Kingdom of God, and compared to it, this world is the dream…
 
Jim entered pastoral ministry after a career in engineering. He served in Culloden Baptist Church for 10 years before moving to Central Baptist, Dundee. He has particular responsibilities in the areas of teaching and leadership and is married to Janey who is a teacher. They have a son Alasdair. Topics: Church Planting, Preaching, Gospel Transformed…
 
The idea of life as a journey of transformation is one of the most instinctive, enduring, and compelling ideas in in our lives. The middle section of the gospel of Luke (known as “The Travel Narrative” or “Journey to Jerusalem”) is just such a journey. In fact, it is a journey unlike any other. Jesus invites us on a road trip to personally teach us…
 
We live in a culture that encourages self-determination and self-expression. Nonetheless, joy, fulfillment, and purpose remain elusive desires. Jesus knows our desires for these things, however. He created us with those desires. In this passage, Jesus shows us the true way to lives of deep joy, fulfillment, and purpose. We welcome guest speaker Her…
 
Last week we talked about our human desire to be known and loved. But that leads to an even deeper question. If our deepest desire is to be known and loved, then the question arises: loved by whom? Does it even matter? The prologue of John’s gospel shows us that nothing matters more. Human beings don’t just need to be loved in general, but to be ca…
 
Revd Dr Simon WoodmanPreaching at Bloomsbury Central Baptist ChurchCarol Celebration 13 December 2019https://baptistbookworm.blogspot.com/2019/12/simons-short-sermon-from-bloomsbury.htmlTo find out more about Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, check out our website www.bloomsbury.org.ukBy Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church
 
Our greatest longing as human beings is to have significance as persons who matter. Therefore, it’s also our biggest question, and our greatest fear. Am I seen, am I known, am I loved, am I treasured? We want to believe it’s true, but we’re not always so sure. The question is always hanging over our head, and crying out in our heart. This passage g…
 
Nancy Guthrie teaches the Bible at her home church, Cornerstone Presbyterian Church in Franklin, Tennessee, as well as at conferences around the country and internationally, including her Biblical Theology Workshops for Women. She is the author of numerous books including her most recent book, Even Better Than Eden: Nine Ways the Bible’s Story Chan…
 
The gospels all offer us different parts of the origin story of Jesus. But the gospel of John goes back to the beginning of the universe and says that when the world was created, Jesus was already there. He always existed, because he is God. John’s prologue (the first 18 verses of John’s gospel) offer us a dizzying, mind-challenging, but ultimately…
 
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