Tagged with: health

The Heart of the Matter: Rhythms of Life

Ian Rushton |

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 Ian considers the importance of cultivating healthy attitudes towards work and rest.

The Heart of the Matter: Rhythms of Life

Lars Due-Christensen |

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.

The Heart of the Matter: Rhythms of Life

Al Marsh |

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 Al considers the importance of cultivating healthy attitudes towards work and rest.

The Heart of the Matter: Resisting the Forbidden Fruit

Andy Tilsley |

How do the decisions we make affect us over the long haul? How should we resist temptation? And why do many people struggle with the idea of commitment? In this talk, Andy looks at lessons from the life of Samson.

The Heart of the Matter: Modern Romance

Liam Thatcher |

Despite being one of the oldest passages in the Bible, Genesis 29 has some brilliant insights to offer about modern relationships. In this talk, Liam looks at the story of Jacob, Rachel and Leah and considers how (not) to find...

The Heart of the Matter: Let’s Talk About Sex

Andy Tilsley |

Sex is everywhere. Advertising, film, TV, music are all saturated with it. In this talk, Andy looks at many of our culture’s assumptions and considers some key elements that make up a healthy view of sex.

The Heart of the Matter: Healthy Pain

David Stroud |

We experience a whole range of emotions, some of them challenging. In this talk, David considers how we can express the more difficult emotions such as anger, resentment, and fear.

The Heart of the Matter: Good Grief

Tim Frisby |

At times, all of us experience loss, perhaps through relationship breakdown, tricky life circumstances, bereavement, or shattered hopes and dreams. In this talk Tim considers how we can process our loss in a healthy way and find healing and hope.

The Heart of the Matter: Endings and Beginnings

Sharon Mukungu |

At times, all of us experience loss, perhaps through relationship breakdown, tricky life circumstances, bereavement, or shattered hopes and dreams. In this talk Sharon considers how we can process our loss in a healthy way and find healing and hope.

The Heart of the Matter: A Place to Belong

Liam Thatcher |

Britain has recently been voted the loneliness capital of Europe! More than ever before, people lack community. In this talk, from our baptism service, Liam looks at Mark 2 and considers how strong community benefits our emotional health.

The Heart of the Matter: Happy Families

Amy Howard |

As they say, you can choose your friends, but you can’t choose your family! In this talk, from our Baby Dedication service, Amy Howard looks at the importance of family, and how to create a healthy family life.

The Heart of the Matter: Who Do You Think You Are? Joseph Mukungu

Joseph Mukungu |

What we think and believe about ourselves hugely affects the way we live. In this talk, Joseph looks the places we often turn for our identity, and considers the importance of having an identity rooted in what God says of...

The Heart of the Matter: Who Do You Think You Are? Abi Sharma

Abi Sharma |

What we think and believe about ourselves hugely affects the way we live. In this talk, Abi looks at Jesus’ baptism and his time in the wilderness and considers the importance of identity.

The Heart of the Matter: More Than A Feeling

David Stroud |

We are emotional creatures, with a diverse range of feelings. In the opening talk of this  series, David Stroud looks at the power of emotions and considers the importance of learning to express them in a healthy way

Simplify: Simplify your Faith

Amy Howard |

Rest. It sounds simple, basic even. But to many of us, we feel it’s a luxury that we can’t always afford! Rest is actually a radical thing; a statement of trust in God. In this talk, Amy Howard looks at...

Pray for the Poor Weekend

Liam Thatcher |

On October 17 1987, 100,000 people gathered in Paris to remember victims of poverty, violence, hunger and inequality. This was the very first International Anti-Poverty Day. 27 years on, a lot has been achieved, but there is still great need....

Caring for the Whole Woman

Georgina Smith |

We’re on a mission. Would you like to join us? We would like to ensure that women visiting Foodbank not only have access to emergency food supplies, but also have access to vital feminine hygiene products (tampons and sanitary towels). Why...

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