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Sharing the hope of Jesus Christ in Milton Keynes

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  • 1 Peter 2:13-25

    1 Peter 2:13-25

    19/10/2020

    How should Christians and churches engage with the State? See Peter’s challenging answer in 1 Peter 2:13-25.

  • 1 Peter 2:11-12

    1 Peter 2:11-12

    22/09/2020

    We continue in our evening series in the book of 1 Peter.

  • 1 Peter 2:4-10

    1 Peter 2:4-10

    22/09/2020

    We continue in our evening series in the book of 1 Peter.

  • 1 Peter 1:13-21

    1 Peter 1:13-21

    06/07/2020

    The second part in our Sunday evening series in 1 Peter on the important subject of holiness in the life of the believer.

  • 1 Peter 1:1-12

    1 Peter 1:1-12

    22/06/2020

    The first in a new Sunday evening series in the letter of 1 Peter. We see that, just like these 1st-century believers, we are both elect (chosen by God) and exiled (strangers in this world).

  • Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 4:13-22

    Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 4:13-22

    08/06/2020

    This week for Women’s Bible Study we will be looking at Ruth chapter 4:13-22. If you are able to read or listen to the fourth chapter of Ruth first, please do! It will help you get the most of the study. We have reached our last week in Ruth.  What a great book it has been to study! There is so much in here, more than we were even able to touch on in the study.  I hope that you have been challenged and encouraged through studying the book of Ruth.   This week we spoke of leaving a legacy.  The people in this story, Naomi, Ruth and Boaz were all normal people who lived in faith and hope of their God and this spoke volumes of who they were, who their God was and affected history. What a legacy!  Kelly Minter puts it: “Faithful obedience and love to God during our earthly years can affect things long after we are gone.”  I would love for you to spend some time looking through this book and thinking about what has changed, encouraged, challenged by this book of the Bible.  Take time to journal about this! It help

  • Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 4:1-12

    Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 4:1-12

    01/06/2020

    This week for Women’s Bible Study we will be looking at Ruth chapter 4:1-12. If you are able to read or listen to the fourth chapter of Ruth first, please do! It will help you get the most of the study. I hope you were able to listen to the talk on Ruth and below you will find further questions and thoughts to help you dig deeper into some of the things talked about.  Why not ask a friend to do the study with you and talk about these things?   Kinsman-Redeemer This week we talked about how Boaz became Ruth and Naomi’s kinsman-redeemer. Remember a kinsman-redeemer needed to be: someone near the kin, able to redeem and willing to redeem. We saw that Naomi and Ruth’s nearest relation, was near kin, able to redeem but not willing to redeem. Which was a blessing really as it allowed Boaz to become their kinsman-redeemer.   This makes me think of our own redeemer, Jesus Christ! He chose to become a man, making him like us, he was able and willing to redeem and he did!   Romans 5:6-8 says: You see, at jus

  • Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 4 Reading

    Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 4 Reading

    01/06/2020

    Click here to listen to Ruth chapter 4.

  • Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 3

    Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 3

    18/05/2020

    This week for Women’s Bible Study we will be looking at Ruth chapter 3. If you are able to read or listen to the third chapter of Ruth first, please do! It will help you get the most of the study.   This week, we’ve a bit more of a personal reflection with the Lord. So I’ve planned 3 short meditations for us to consider. Each meditation is about 10 minutes so you might want to do just one or all three, but grab your bible, some paper or post-it notes and a drink and get ready! Ruth taught us about the characteristics of trust, self-control and patience. As we think about these today, let’s listen to a song based on Psalm 130. “I will wait for you” (Psalm 130) [LIVE] by Shane & Shane https://youtu.be/l8pCbtLeXzc PART ONE There is something both dull and draining about waiting. But when I look to God and look to him for strength, I find him.  Isaiah 40:31 Those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will

  • Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 3 Reading

    Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 3 Reading

    18/05/2020

    Click here to listen to Ruth chapter 3.

  • Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 2:14-23

    Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 2:14-23

    11/05/2020

    This week for Women’s Bible Study we will be looking at the rest of Ruth chapter 2. If you are able to read or listen to the second chapter of Ruth first, please do! It will help you get the most of the study.

  • Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 2:1-13

    Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 2:1-13

    04/05/2020

    This week for Women’s Bible Study we will be looking at Ruth chapter 2. If you are able to read or listen to the second chapter of Ruth first, please do! It will help you get the most of the study.    Below you will find a few questions to go along with the talk above. We hope they will help you to further explore the Bible passage for this week. Why not ask a friend to do the study with you and talk about these things? Question 1 Romans 5:3-5 Not only so, but we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that sufferings produce perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope. And hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit, who has been given to us.  As we saw in chapter 1, Ruth is definitely perseverant! Her character is constant in every aspect of her life and it is this integrity that earns her Boaz’s notice when she needs help. Some of the aspects of Ruth’s character we’ve seen over the last two chapters are:  Caring In

  • Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 2 Reading

    Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 2 Reading

    04/05/2020

    Click here to listen to Ruth chapter 2.

  • Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 1:19-22

    Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 1:19-22

    27/04/2020

    This week for Women’s Bible Study we will be continuing to look at Ruth 1. If you can, read or listen to again the first chapter of Ruth before you dive in here.

  • Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 1:1-18

    Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 1:1-18

    20/04/2020

    This week for Women’s Bible Study we will be starting our study of the book of Ruth.   I hope you were able to listen to the talk on Ruth and below you will find further questions and thoughts to help you dig deeper into some of the things I talked about.  Why not ask a friend to do the study with you and talk about these things? Galatians 6:9 says Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.  Hebrews 11:24-26 says By faith Moses, when he had grown up, refused to be known as the son of Pharaoh’s daughter. He chose to be mistreated along with the people of God rather than to enjoy the fleeting pleasures of sin. He regarded disgrace for the sake of Christ as of greater value than the treasures of Egypt, because he was looking ahead to his reward. How do these verses encourage you to stand firm where God has you? In these verses in Ruth 1:16-17 we learn about Ruth’s loyalty and obedience to God.   We see her desire to change her circumstanc

  • Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 1 Reading

    Women’s Bible Study: Ruth 1 Reading

    20/04/2020

    Click here to listen to Ruth chapter 1.

  • 15th March 2020 – Acts 2: 14-47

    15th March 2020 – Acts 2: 14-47

    15/03/2020

    This week’s message comes from Acts 2:14-47. Let’s see what God has to say to you through Richard speaking to us this week.

  • Philippians 3 :1-11

    Philippians 3 :1-11

    11/03/2020

    Our visiting speaker, Tom Brewer from Bath,  talks to us about where we place our confidence. We can rely on our own ability and confidence, or we can put our faith in Jesus Christ. Tom encourages us to place our trust in the Lord, whether or not we already know him. If we don’t already know God, we can rely on him to forgive our sins when we turn away from them and trust in God’s forgiveness. If we do know God, we can trust in his power – the power that raised Jesus from the dead – to change us to be more like him. This may well involve us in suffering a little of the pain that Jesus suffered when he died on the cross.

  • Jude: Contending for the Faith

    Jude: Contending for the Faith

    16/02/2020

    How should we stand up for what we believe in? We are not talking here about a crusade against an enemy or interminable disputes about what a word means, but about knowing what the Bible teaches in order to recognize when someone teaches something different. If someone accidentally makes a mistake about what the text means, we can help them to see the truth, but when someone is deliberately distorting the truth to excuse behaviour that should not be accepted, what then? Listen to this talk to see what one of our church leaders, Paul Sherwood, explains what the book of Jude has to say about this situation and how we can remain faithful to God’s word and the standard of behaviour He calls for.

  • Acts 1:1-26 Waiting for God’s Power

    Acts 1:1-26 Waiting for God’s Power

    10/02/2020

    The Book of Acts starts with the risen Jesus establishing his church in Jerusalem. He spent time with the Apostles, teaching them about the Kingdom of God, before ascending into heaven. In this talk, Richard Wardman discusses three aspects of a time of waiting that the church experienced: waiting for God’s power, rejoicing in the ascension of Jesus and trusting that God is reigning. If we acknowledge the Kingship of Jesus,  we are also going to experience the same sort of things: we are dependent  on God’s power, we rejoice in the fact that Jesus ascended into heaven – and will return – and that in everything, God reigns as king.

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