As you think about your colleagues, neighbours, classmates and friends, you might notice something quite obvious but absolutely crucial… they are all different. That’s why as a church we don’t see one event as *the answer* to helping us in our evangelism, but instead seek to put on and tap into a wide range of opportunities.… Read More Next Step Events – your upcoming opportunities!
At ONE this Sunday Jonathan’s preach exhorted us to see all of our work as being work for God, with that impacting our attitude towards our work and the workers in our midst. But included in those verses was reference to “slaves” and “masters”. Why did Paul not speak against this practice? Does the New… Read More What’s going on with slavery in Colossians? | Jonathan blogs
For many of our friends, there are few obvious open doors into conversations about the good news of Jesus. For many, they don’t want to talk about church, they think that spiritual experiences are hokum and they just can’t see how Jesus could be relevant to their lives at all. ddd However, for many, the… Read More Some huge news about Is Faith Reasonable, and more info about next Wednesday’s event
This fortnight, we’re blogging through a series called “Hit The Ground Running”, helping students in our church kick the term off with a bang as Freshers Week hits. We’ve seen how to hit the ground running as a returning student, and now, from Jonny, how to hit the ground running with your mates who aren’t… Read More Hitting the Ground Running with your mates who aren’t Christians
It’s the greatest sporting story, perhaps of all time. Leicester City, nearly relegated last season, have achieved the impossible and won the Premier League. Here’s 10 things we learn about life from their astonishing achievement! 1. We flipping love an underdog According to bookies, Kim Kardashian to be President and Elvis to be found alive… Read More They did it! – 10 quick things we learn from the Leicester City story
Is faith reasonable? Is coming up on Monday and the theme will be morality. But how is morality an argument for the existence of God? Our great friend, Paul Rezkalla, explains all… I was at a cafe last week. I ordered an Americano and was drinking it quietly when I overheard a couple of guys… Read More Americanos, maths and morality | Guest Post
Today on the Central Line, Jonny talks apologetics, explains the thinking behind our upcoming “Next Step” event, and gives every Churchcentralite three options in how to respond… In 2006, when Richard Dawkins published his book ‘The God Delusion’, it caused something of a stir. Dawkins was already by this point a reasonably prominent public figure through a… Read More Is Faith Reasonable? Monday 25th April | Coming Up