Tagged with: multiplicity

Multiplicity: Athens: An Engaged Church

Liam Thatcher |

In Acts 17, Paul preaches in Athens, quoting Greek poets and playwrights and helping his hearers understand that the unknown God could be known, and He was closer than they thought. In this talk, Liam Thatcher looks at some of the traces...

Multiplicity: A Community Church

Jo Wells |

The church in Rome faced huge relational challenges, and Paul wrote them a long letter about reconciliation between different groups of people. In this talk, Jo looks at Romans 12 and considers how we can be a church were people find loving...

Multiplicity: Corinth – An Empowered Church

David Stroud |

Church should be a place where worshippers can experience God and be empowered by him for all of life. But it should also be a place where seekers can explore faith in a safe and accessible way. In this talk, David...

Multiplicity: Galatia – A Welcoming Church

Andy Tilsley |

The church at Galatia started well; breaking down barriers, welcoming everyone. But over time things began to get fragmented, and Paul had to write some challenging words to them. In this talk Andy Tilsley considers how we can build a church that...

Multiplicity: Antioch – A Resourcing Church

Liam Thatcher |

As Christians scattered throughout the ancient world, the church at Antioch became a resourcing church. They benefitted from help from others, and sent people out to help those in other cities. In this talk, Liam Thatcher looks at the lessons we can...

Multiplicity: Macedonia – A Generous Church

David Stroud |

If the churches in Macedonia were known for anything, it was their generosity. In this talk, David looks at 2 Corinthians 8-9 and considers how we can model our own generosity on the generosity God has shown to us.

Multiplicity: Jerusalem: A Sacrificial Church

Andy Tilsley |

The story of the church begins at Jerusalem, where a small group of followers of Jesus sought to live lives marked out by sacrifice, devotion and commitment to community. In this talk Andy Tilsley considers what we can learn from their example.

Time to Multiply

David Stroud |

Jesus and his disciples stood before a crowd of 5,000 hungry people. It would take eight months’ wages to buy enough bread to feed them, and all they had to hand was a boy’s packed lunch: five small loaves and...

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