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So there I am minding my own business at my in laws Golden Anniversary party and this lady comes up to speak to who I've never seen before. A slight challenge for an introvert like me:)This was further heightened when she said let me tell you about our interaction 7 years ago.She said, "7 years ago I was struggling spiritually. Show More Summary
This weekend is the 50th Anniversary of Nicola's mum and dad. So all the extended family are heading down from Mansfield to be joined by all the local friends for a shindig.I've known them since I arrived in Milton Keynes in September 1984 and became part of the family in September 1988 on marrying their oldest daughter, Nicola. Show More Summary
Much has been written about Pastor Mark Driscoll, some good some bad. People have taken positions most against and some for. Whatever the stance this interview with Pastor Brian Houston has lots to teach us all as leaders. At the core Mark has his own simple story of salvation. Show More Summary
Pure gold put in the fire comes out of it proved pure; genuine faith put through this suffering comes out proved genuine. When Jesus wraps this all up, it’s your faith, not your gold, that God will have on display as evidence of his victory. Show More Summary
The place I got to call home for the first 19 years of my life and will be forever hame in my heart.
God the Father has his eye on each of you, and has determined by the work of the Spirit to keep you obedient through the sacrifice of Jesus. May everything good from God be yours! - 1 Peter 1:2 (Message)For so long I lived like my continued...Show More Summary
An introduction video for our new teaching series starting next Sunday at MKCC - Have you heard the one about?
JUST A THOUGHT by Aaron Linford THE UNDERROWER Ancient triremes had three banks of oarsmen to provide the necessary propulsion. The lowest tier was called “the under-rowers”. They could but rowed their rhythmic strokes at the drum-beat of the director above. Show More Summary
Check out our new teaching series at MKCC - Happy Families.
Watch my latest message at MKCC - More Than Words - Faithfulness
There are seasons in the lives of all when it is not easy, no not even for Christians, to believe that God is faithful. Our faith is sorely tried, our eyes bedimmed with tears, and we can no longer trace the out workings of His love.Our...Show More Summary
Beloved with everlasting love,Led by grace that love to know;Spirit, breathing from above,Thou hast taught me it is so.Oh, this full and perfect peace!Oh, this transport all divine!In a love which cannot cease,I am His, and He is mine Heaven...Show More Summary
This song and video about sums today up. From NCC Worship.
"The day that he crucified our death and overcame""The day he brought us back to the father as sons and daughters"Click here if you can't see the video.
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VERSE 1Come behold the wondrous mysteryIn the dawning of the KingHe the theme of heaven’s praisesRobed in frail humanityIn our longing, in our darknessNow the light of life has comeLook to Christ, who condescendedTook on flesh to ransom...Show More Summary
Below you can watch a great message from Pastor Mark Sherratt at Milton Keynes Christian Centre from last Sunday.We are in a series looking at the supremacy of Christ, working through much of Colossians 1. This message was Supreme over the Church.It's not your church, it's not my, it's Jesus Church - Mark Sherratt
So I decided to take another one of those personality and spiritual gift profile tests. Answering 92 simple questions as honestly as I could came up with this. I think it's pretty accurate but if you know me what do you think?My SimpleDISCovery...Show More Summary
Agreed with many of these suggestions from Ron Edmondson on why churches stop growing: You get comfortable It’s okay to be comfortable, but when you hang out there too long, it can be dangerous, because you stop trying new things to spur growth and excitement. Show More Summary