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The Beautiful Mess: Grow Up
Jim Partridge
Paul tells the church in Corinth that they were immature and unspiritual. It's a strong thing to say. Why did he say it? Because they were acting like infants, allowing petty arguments and divisions to take root in the church. What does genuine spiritual maturity look like?
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MP3 Audio (96Kbps, 24,351KB)
  • Downloads: 169
  • Recorded: 19/03/2017
  • Length: 35 minutes
  • Reference: 1 Corinthians 3:1-5
The Beautiful Mess: Hidden and revealed
Terry Virgo
How can you know God? Terry explains how God has made himself known through Christ crucified.
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MP3 Audio (64Kbps, 29,494KB)
  • Downloads: 122
  • Recorded: 12/03/2017
  • Length: 42 minutes
  • Reference: 1 Corinthians 2:1-16
Listening to God at Home, at Work and for the Poor
Janet, Nigel & Claire
This week had the privilege of hearing three people speak about three distinct areas of our walk with God and how we apply it in our day to day lives. From our work our engagement with the poor and our ability to listen to God's voice.
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MP3 Audio (96Kbps, 23,209KB)
  • Downloads: 374
  • Recorded: 05/03/2017
  • Length: 33 minutes
The Beautiful Mess: Fear & Trembling
Tim Goodenough
Paul wrote of his own weakness to the church in Corinth so he could highlight the difference they would only ever know together in the power of the Holy Spirit.
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MP3 Audio (128Kbps, 33,500KB)
  • Downloads: 81
  • Recorded: 26/02/2017
  • Length: 35 minutes
  • Reference: 1 Corinthians 2:3-10
The Beautiful Mess: Christ Crucified
Steve Cornford
The church in Corinth was just about the only place such a wide range of people got together. Paul knew they’d need a pretty special reason to keep united and this talk considers it; Christ crucified.
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MP3 Audio (64Kbps, 18,067KB)
  • Downloads: 134
  • Recorded: 19/02/2017
  • Length: 39 minutes
  • Reference: 1 Corinthians 1:17-2:2
The Beautiful Mess: An Appeal for Unity
Jim Partridge
The Church in Corinth was a divided church, full of cliques and schisms. Paul makes an appeal to them to be united for Jesus' sake. It's a message that every church needs to hear as division can so easily creep in. This message makes an appeal for unity in the church.
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MP3 Audio (64Kbps, 17,970KB)
  • Downloads: 218
  • Recorded: 12/02/2017
  • Length: 38 minutes
  • Reference: 1 Corinthians 1:10-16
The Beautiful Mess: Seeing Grace
Jim Partridge
Paul starts his letter to the church in Corinth by thanking God for his grace at work in their lives; despite their mistakes and failings, Paul chooses to view them through the lens of God's grace not their error. What would our relationships be like if we did the same?
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MP3 Audio (64Kbps, 18,367KB)
  • Downloads: 266
  • Recorded: 05/02/2017
  • Length: 39 minutes
  • Reference: 1 Corinthians 1:1-9
Interview with Canon Andrew White - 'the Vicar of Baghdad'
Canon Andrew White
Kieran interviews Canon Andrew White - 'the Vicar of Baghdad' about his life and ministry.
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MP3 Audio (15,126KB)
  • Downloads: 218
  • Recorded: 29/01/2017
  • Length: 26 minutes
Open your eyes and look at the fields...
Jim Partridge
In this passage, Jesus wanted his disciples to 'open their eyes' and see what God was doing right in front of them. On our first Sunday running multiple meetings Jim encourages us to 'open our eyes' and see the gospel opportunities that are around us every day.
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MP3 Audio (39,444KB)
  • Downloads: 229
  • Recorded: 22/01/2017
  • Length: 34 minutes
  • Reference: John 4:27-38
See, I am doing a new thing
Jim Partridge
This message is spoken at the end of a chapter for The King's Church; the final time we meet as one meeting before we multiply to running two Sunday meetings. Jim encourages us to remember who God is, to not dwell on the past and to get ready for the new thing God is about to do.
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MP3 Audio (64Kbps, 19,762KB)
  • Downloads: 296
  • Recorded: 15/01/2017
  • Length: 42 minutes
  • Reference: Isaiah 43:14-19
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