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|21||Easter Sunday All Age Celebration|
Revelation 20:1-15 Satan’s doom
|05||Church Weekend away to Cleobury Mortimer
Jeff Steadman preaching at LCBC
|12*||Revelation 21:1 - 22:5 The new creation|
|19||Revelation 22:6-21I am coming soon!|
Jude 1 - 7 An urgent appeal
Church lunch, communion & meeting
|07||Jude 8 - 16 A certain end|
|14*||Jude 17-25 Challenging times|
|21||The God of Jacob
Genesis 25:19-34, 27:1-45 Rights and blessings
|28||Genesis 27:46 - 28:22 Stairway to heaven|
|04||Genesis 29:1 - 30:24 Love’s joy and heartache|
|11*||Genesis 30:25 - 31:55 I will be with you|
|18||Genesis 32:1 - 33:20 Wrestling with God|
|25||Genesis 35:1 - 29 A changed man|
|21||Easter prayer and praise led by our young people|
|28*||Colossians 1:15-20 Standing in awe of the king
|05||Church Weekend away to Cleobury Mortimer - no evening service|
1 Corinthians 12:1-11 Spiritual gifts
|19||1 Corinthians 12:12-31 Unity and diversity in the body|
|26*||1 Corinthians 13:1-13 Love in action|
|02||1 Corinthians 14:1-40 Edifying worship|
|09||Discussion and Prayer on Body-building series|
|16||Bulembu Prayer & Praise|
|23||FIEC joint service at Woodstock Road Baptist Church|
|30||No evening service (meeting in afternoon)|
|07||Summer in the Psalms
|28||6pm Lighthouse Commissioning Service at Thame Showground|
|11||Philippians 1:27 - 2:11|
|25||Philippians 3:1 - 4:1|
Revelation - a door into heaven (series continued from last term)
The book of Revelation gives us an open door into heaven itself. May this journey into the throne room of God delight our hearts and strengthen our spirits as we seek to live for Jesus now.
Looking at the awkward and essential challenge of Christian community. Is LCBC a comfortable church? What sort of church does God want us to be? This series will help us to learn to be more uncomfortable as followers of Jesus Christ and why this is good for us.
This significant letter functions as a call to contend for the faith! In it we find an urgent appeal framed by two key realities. We live in challenging times and we have a Saviour who will keep us to the end. To him be the glory…
The God of Jacob (Genesis 25-35)
Jacob is a man like any of us, who was transformed from a deceiver to a believer. Jacob means ‘supplanter’ but God changed his name to ‘Israel’, meaning ‘the one who wrestled and prevailed with God’. With Abraham and Isaac, Jacob is one of the so-called patriarchs and a beneficiary of God’s covenant promises. There are many lessons to learn from his life.
Body-building (1 Corinthians 12-14)
The purpose of these chapters in 1 Corinthians which cover spiritual gifts, the way of love, and order in Christian meetings, is to build up and unify Christ’s body, the church. Let’s pray that as we study these chapters together we would appreciate our diversity and be built up in unity and love.
The book of Philippians is a very real encouragement to anyone facing disappointment and suffering as it teaches us how we can know joy in life, no matter what our circumstances. Staying close to Jesus Christ is the key. But what does this look like in practice?