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Faith Conversations

We love to share things that matter to us; things we’ve seen, read, or enjoyed, and which we think may benefit others. But when it comes to conversations about faith, many of feel ill-equipped and out of our depth. This sermon series looks at how we can communicate our faith in such a way as to help people engage with spiritual questions and take a step towards God.

Faith Conversations: Sorry, Thank You, Please

Andy Tilsley |

In the final week of our Faith Conversations series, Andy Tilsley looks at how we can help people respond to the good news about Jesus, and how we get to enjoy the benefits of his life, death and resurrection.

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Faith Conversations: What is the Gospel?

Liam Thatcher |

Christians talk about the death of Jesus as ‘good news.’ But how is the violent death of one man 2,000 years ago good news for us here and now? In the penultimate talk of our Faith Conversations series, Liam will look at the content of the gospel, and how it offers hope for our lives and answers to our deepest needs.

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Faith Conversations: Real Transformation - Luke 7:36-50

Michael Ramsden |

In Luke 7 a woman kisses Jesus’ feet, washes them with her tears, and anoints them with oil; a strangely extravagant action. In this talk, Michael Ramsden looks at what this story teaches us about love and forgiveness, and what it means to experience real transformation.

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Faith Conversations: Is God Love? - 1 John 4:7-19

Michael Ramsden |

For many, the idea of a God of Love stands in sharp contrast to a God who would judge. But in this talk, guest speaker Michael Ramsden considers how love and judgment work together, and shows the powerful implications of God being described not simply as ‘loving’ but as ‘love.’

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Faith Conversations: Dressed for the Occasion

David Stroud |

In a world where many people consider belief in God to be irrelevant and out-dated, how can we keep our message fresh, such that it genuinely connects with people’s questions and felt needs? In this talk David Stroud will consider how we can adapt our message to ensure it is relevant for people in a twenty-first century secular society.

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Faith Conversations: Is God a Moral Monster?

Liam Thatcher |

Many people struggle with the picture of God painted by the Old Testament, and consider Him to be wicked and unpleasant. In this talk, Liam will consider how Christians, who claim to worship a God of Love, ought to understand difficult passages in which God commands seemingly-immoral actions, such as slavery and genocide.

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Faith Conversations: God and the New Atheists

Alister McGrath |

Professor McGrath is a much-sought-after writer and speaker, and has debated many of the world’s leading atheists, including Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett and the late Christopher Hitchens. In this talk, he will examine some of their key arguments, and seek to demonstrate why Christianity provides compelling answers to their doubts and questions.

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Faith Conversations: Breaking the Sound Barrier

Tim Frisby |

For many people, the hardest challenge in sharing your faith is taking that first step. In the third talk of this series, Tim Frisby will look at some simple ways to begin conversations about spiritual matters.

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Faith Conversations: More than Words

David Stroud |

Jesus sent the disciples out to be his witnesses, and promised that they would receive power for their mission from the Holy Spirit. On Pentecost Sunday, David will look at how the presence of the Holy Spirit makes us distinctive, and how we can demonstrate genuine power, without looking odd!

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Faith Conversations: Digging Wells, Building Fences

David Stroud |

Why do our attempts at sharing our faith often push people further away, rather than drawing them close? In the first talk of our new series, David looks at some of the mistakes we make in talking about God, and how we can have conversations that genuinely help people explore spiritual matters.

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