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|07||Verse for the year Proverbs 3:5-6|
|14*||Devoted to learning Acts 2:42-47|
|21||Devoted to one another|
|28||Devoted to worship|
|04||Devoted to prayer|
|11*||Devoted to mission|
|18||Polar Explorers: Holiday Club service|
|25||The glory of God John 17:1-26|
|04||The Glorious One betrayed John 18:1-14|
|11*||The Glorious One denied John 18:15-27|
|18||The Glorious One condemned John 18:25 -19:16a|
|25||The Glorious One defeated? John 19:16b - 19:42|
|30*||Good Friday Communion The Glorious One conquers! John 19:16b - 19:42|
|01||Easter Day The Glorious One triumphant! John 20:1-31|
|07||Following the shepherd John 10:1-10|
|14||Knowing the shepherd John 10:11-21|
|21||Held by the shepherd John 10:22-42|
|28*||Prayer & Praise with BEC|
|04||Seeing that we will suffer Daniel 7|
|11||Seeing that we are secure Daniel 8|
|18||Seeing our need to surrender Daniel 9|
|25*||Seeing that God’s King rules! Daniel 10-12|
|04||Ethics: When does human life begin?|
|11*||Pastoral: How can the gospel transform my anger?|
|18||Doctrine: Once saved, always saved?|
|25||Guest speaker - Krish Kandiah God is stranger|
|30||Good Friday morning service only|
|01||Prayer and praise|
The early church is described in Acts 2:42-47 as being made up of believers who ‘devoted themselves to the apostles teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer…’ In this series we will be looking at what this looks like for the church today.
John’s gospel is full of signs that point us to Jesus and help us understand who he is. In the run up to Easter we will be focusing together on the heart of our Saviour, and his commitment to save us.
This loaded chapter of scripture paints a beautiful picture of our ‘Good Shepherd’ who leads, provides, protects, saves and secures our eternity with him. Oh to follow Jesus and enjoy the fullness of life that he came to bring!
The second half of the book of Daniel offers hope and encouragement to us all as we seek to live faithful lives amidst opposition. Seeing with God’s eyes will help us to trust that he remains in complete control of history.
Hot topics this term will include the doctrinal issues (Once saved, always saved?), one pastoral issue (How can the gospel transform my anger?), and one ethical issue (When does human life begin?).
Krish Kandiah will be exploring the themes in his latest book, God is Stranger, where God shows up unannounced, unrecognised and uninvited, and where his ways are strange to us.