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The Songbook for the Kingdom

This week we begin a news series on the Psalms, a book that holds a dear place in the hearts of Christians throughout all generations.

As far as reading plan goes, there are three options you might like to consider:

Option 1 – “Meticulous Memorising” –  Plan to memorise the preached psalm each week; reflecting on and praying its words each day.  (The psalms we will be doing this year are 1, 2, 3, 8, 19, 22, 23 – a wonderful collection to have locked […]

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Singing From The Heart

Singing together as God’s people is one of the most undervalued and misunderstood parts of the Christian life – which is a shame, because we spend so much of our gatherings doing it! So I’m really looking forward to looking together at what God’s word says about the amazing gift of singing. 

Peter Yock, Music Pastor – Creek Road Presbyterian Church

 
This week we welcome in a good friend Peter Yock to preach from Colossians 3:15-17, a heart-stirring passage about singing from […]

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‘Counted as Righteous’ by Faith

We’re currently preaching through Romans (Woohoo). Each week there will be a couple of questions for you to consider. I encourage you to take a little bit of time to consider them yourself, but perhaps it’s also something that you can ask your housemates, family, colleagues or neighbours.

On Sunday Morning I took a bit of time to consider how the law relates to parenting and what ‘repent, believe and obey’ looks like in that context. A lot of us are wrestling with […]

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The righteousness of God by faith (Part 2)

Faith and law

We’re currently preaching through Romans (Woohoo). Each week there will be a couple of questions for you to consider. I encourage you to take a little bit of time to consider them yourself, but perhaps it’s also something that you can ask your housemates, family, colleagues or neighbours.

How do law and faith relate?
Should we desire and help unbelievers to follow the 10 commandments?
Should our children know and follow God’s law?

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