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Dr. Michael Pluess
Content From Lars Due-Christensen
Sun Jan 21 '18|
Many of us assume either that worship is all about emotion, or that emotions should have no place in worship. In this talk, Lars considers how the Psalmist engaged his emotions in worship, and how we can do the same.
Sun Sep 17 '17|
The end of 2 Samuel consists of flashbacks and reflections on the life and legacy of David. It is a mixed bag. In this final talk of the series, Lars considers David’s faithfulness, but also how his failings point to...
Sun Jul 30 '17|
David quickly faces an enormous challenge, in the form of the giant Goliath. In this talk, Lars looks at how we can face challenges in our lives, knowing that the battle belongs to the Lord.
Sun Apr 23 '17|
Jesus meets a man who has been ill for many years, but the healing he offers is far deeper than purely physical. In this talk, Lars shows how Jesus is able to restore us from all our brokenness and offer...
Fri Mar 10 '17|
Lars Due-Christensen is one of our senior leaders and the founder of the STEPS course, which he ran successfully for many years in Denmark before coming to London with his wife, Mette. The Joy Of Change by Lars Due-Christensen I...
Sun Jan 29 '17|
Jesus prayed all the time. Whether in the morning or evening, with others or alone, he seemed to prioritise prayer. In this talk, Lars will consider how we can learn from Jesus and build healthy rhythms of prayer into our...
Sun Nov 20 '16|
When God told Sarah she would have a child, she laughed, discounting herself on the basis of her age and physical ability. But what seems impossible to us is possible to God. In this talk, Lars considers how we can...
Mon Aug 1 '16|
Why do we struggle to rest well, to say no to others, or to avoid the temptation towards people pleasing? In the penultimate talk of this series Lars considers the importance of cultivating healthy attitudes towards work and rest.
Wed Jan 6 '16|
I was horrified when I saw the numbers on the scale and wondered how I had ended up in this very unfortunate situation. In vain I tried to place the responsibility elsewhere but finally I had to admit that I...