I’ve just spent an afternoon meeting members of this year’s Non-Residential Community at the Community of St Anselm. They’re working in different kinds of office, different spaces in and around London. It’s been really exciting to meet them. They’re people who are finding themselves immensely motivated and stretched and challenged by this year ‘in God’s
(fire crackling) (metal scraping) Well, I have a really, really, really strong burden to try to get this message across to you today because, honestly, it’s one of the most important messages I believe that I could ever preach as your pastor, and, at the same time, I think it’s one of the most difficult
[Silence] [Alarm Clock beeping loudly] [Classical guitar music playing in the background] [Music continues] O God, come to our assistance O Lord, make haste to help us Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit, A reading from our Rule of Life, Article 4 Jesus, as Savior of the
[Music] Hello my name is Simon Oliver and welcome to the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Nottingham and another in our ‘Why Study’ series of videos. Today I’m joined by Tom O’Loughlin who is the Professor of Historical Theology. Tom you study the Christian past – why that subject area?
Hey everybody, welcome to “The Trench”. My name is Christian and today we’re going to talk about what Christians can learn from Crossfit. I’ve been doing Crossfit for a couple of years now and I love it. It is just, I mean it’s just, well, let me show you. It’s awesome, but a lot of
Today, not one is left. Many fled to Kurdistan, where Father Douglas Bazi runs a refugee center. He himself was tortured and nearly killed. “My church became a Center for our people who came from Mosul. But those people, they arrive with nothing. They wake up without hope. I’m surprised that they are still alive.”
A indian temple is not a place of worship or prayer. Are you aware of this? it is not a place of worship or prayer today because you don’t know what else to do you are going and doing things that everybody else is doing everywhere nobody ever leads a prayer in the indian temple
– [Sam Allberry] The message of Christianity is vital as we think about the whole transgender issue, and for many reasons, but two, primarily. The first is that we can uniquely account for how it is that someone could end up feeling so un-at-home in their own body. For people who experience gender dysphoria, people