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In Exodus 3:7-8 God makes a clear statement of His intent to rescue Israel - in fact He says it is as good as done: 'I have come down to…
When we read the accounts of Bible heroes, it can be easy to think that God called them because they were good people, who lived holy lives, and yet when…
Bishop Pete introduces Moses - 'God's man for God's purposes'.   Moses life didn't exactly get off to an amazing start - in fact, the beginning of Moses life was traumatic…
As we start the journey through the Exodus story, Nick brings into view some important tools for interpreting and reading Old Testament Scripture.  As we move into chapter one, we…
As we begin our journey through the Exodus story, Nick gives an overview of the landscape we will travel through.  This landmark event in the life of the people of…
Psalm 139 is an incredible and ancient text that speaks right into the heart of our contemporary situation.  In a time when questions and uncertainties about human identity abound, this…
When things are going badly for King David, it is suggested that he should 'flee like a bird to the mountain'!  But, come what may, David's confidence is is firmly…
Brian looks at another of David’s Psalms. This week we consider Psalm 101, where David encourages us to live lives of real integrity, living whole and integrated lives, built on…
In times of hurt, doubt or despair, what can we learn from the Psalmist?  Stella speaks o0f three basic tools for discipleship inspired by Psalm 22 and the words of…
Over the summer, we begin a mini series on the Psalms of David.  This week Nick looked at Psalm 40 - From being deep in the 'slimy pit', David recalls…