Bible translations have a history of controversy. In the English speaking world, there would still be a large body of Christians that would view the King James Version as the only reliable, and in fact infallible, Bible translation. There would be other prominent (and more mainstream) evangelical preachers who would flat out refuse to preach… Read More And Churchcentral’s Favourite Sunday Morning Bible Translation Is…
My mum always said that I was empathetic. And mums are always right. Since then, online personality tests when bored late at night have shown the same thing – I’m low on some stuff, middle on lots of stuff, but high on empathy. Apparently, I know how you’re feeling. Freaky. Perhaps it’s because of this… Read More The heaviness of Judges – what do we do with it?
Last weekend, Forward – our big termly news night – was an amazing evening of stories, celebration and God speaking to us. If you missed it, we don’t want you to miss out! Here’s Dan gives the headlines and the highlights… After sharing encouragements and breaking bread together we heard some stories from people within… Read More Forward – the headlines and highlights
***Our growing family of students gather at our 11.30am meeting opposite the Student Union, in King Edward’s Girls School, the home of our South Site. Join us this Sunday and for a free lunch afterwards!*** I remember it well. Packing up my things, swapping goodbyes with friends, counting down the days. Finally, we were… Read More “Calling new and nervous students”
Around the sites, we prayed hard for God to work at Newday, a youth festival in Norfolk we took 25 young people to this year. Rather than hear from the youth team, we asked West Site’s Alanah Mitchell, just out of Year 11, for her perspective on a week at the best youth event evarrr…… Read More Newday through an Emergee’s eyes…
We love it when different people contribute to the Central Line and some of our most-read posts have come from Zoe Yeo from our North Site. Today she blogs on Go Jetters, the church and what it means to really play your part. This week I was watching ‘Go Jetters’. If you are not a… Read More Go Jetters, the church and playing your part | Zoe blogs
God, we find it hard to watch our news today. We’re saddened. Confused. Angry. We don’t know how to respond. This is horrible. Why does this happen? Why does this happen here? Why does this happen anywhere? We don’t really know what you’re doing with this. We trust you but we’re struggling. This is horrible.… Read More A prayer