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Calming the Storm

This morning I preached at Becontree Avenue Baptist Church. I chose to speak on the passage in Mark’s gospel entitled “Jesus calms the storm”. As this was an “All Age” service with the children staying in with the adults rather … Continue reading

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Nothing can separate us from God’s love

On Sunday 7th June, I was invited to preach at the Memorial Service held at Becontree Avenue Baptist Church. This service was designed for people who have lost a loved one to come together for a period of reflection and … Continue reading

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How are we going to feed all these people?

This morning I preached at Becontree Avenue Baptist Church. The passage from John’s gospel is usually known as “The feeding of the five thousand”. Our children’s talk dealt with preparing for a picnic with all that you may wish to … Continue reading

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Jesus is for everyone

Today, for the first time in a year, I preached at Trinity United Reformed Church in Upminster. It was good to be there and the people were pleased to see me looking so well after my illness last year. The … Continue reading

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Signs of the Times

Yesterday I preached at Becontree avenue Baptist Church in Dagenham (http://www.becavebaptistchurch.org.uk) as the pastor Sue Millar was at the annual Baptist Assembly. I felt led to preach about Jesus’ promised return to this earth and about the signs that God … Continue reading

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Where do I look for help?

Today I gave a short talk at a Bereavement Service organised by a local funeral director BF Mulley & Son and held at Trinity United Reformed Church in Upminster. I am grateful to the minster Rev Phil Nevard for inviting … Continue reading

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Who do you say I am?

For several years I preached at Polzeath Methodist Church in Cornwall, before it changed to Tubestation (http://tubestation.org/). This is a sermon I preached on 21st August 2005 and deals with a question that faces us all at sometime in our … Continue reading

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