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Steve Divall
Learning from Noah as we leave lockdown (for now); taking the opportunity to renew our faith and our priorities.
Genesis 8:14-22
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MP3 Audio 8.4MB (24:30)
  • Downloads: 100
  • Recorded: 25/07/2021
  • Length: 24 minutes
  • Reference: Genesis 8:14-22
Steve Divall
Wisdom. Why and how should we become wise? A short series in the book of Proverbs.
Proverbs 31.10-31
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MP3 Audio 7.9MB (23:03)
Andrew Holt
Proverbs 26 & 30
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MP3 Audio 12.0MB (34:53)
Andrew Holt
Proverbs 17.27-18.21
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MP3 Audio 10.1MB (29:27)
Andrew Holt
Wisdom. Why and how should we become wise? A short series in the book of Proverbs.
Proverbs 10.1-5
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MP3 Audio 10.7MB (31:11)
  • Downloads: 112
  • Recorded: 13/06/2021
  • Length: 31 minutes
  • Reference: Proverbs 10:1-5
Andrew Holt
Wisdom. Why and how should we become wise? A short series in the book of Proverbs.
Proverbs 1.1-7 and 9.1-18
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MP3 Audio 9.7MB (28:15)
Augustine Kusi-Appiah
On Trinity Sunday, we hear from Jesus about how we can know God, now that we don't have Jesus with us.
John 14:22-31
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MP3 Audio 8.2MB (23:46)
  • Downloads: 130
  • Recorded: 30/05/2021
  • Length: 23 minutes
  • Reference: John 14:22-31
Steve Divall
On Pentecost Sunday, we gather to celebrated the 'birthday' of the church and to ask God to full us with his Holy Spirit as we emerge from lockdown
1 Corinthians 12.12-20
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MP3 Audio 6.2MB (18:05)
Steve Divall
How the decisions we make change the course of not only our lives now, but also our eternities ...
Matthew 7.13-20
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MP3 Audio 8.2MB (23:56)
  • Downloads: 162
  • Recorded: 09/05/2021
  • Length: 23 minutes
  • Reference: Matthew 7:13-20
Steve Divall
How can we know God and know God at work in our lives? What can we expect when we pray?
Matthew 7:7-11
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MP3 Audio 7.0MB (20:18)
  • Downloads: 157
  • Recorded: 02/05/2021
  • Length: 20 minutes
  • Reference: Matthew 7:7-11
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