Author Archives: Stephen May



Stephen May

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Having our say

It was great to be back among you all on the weekend and to share in worship, fellowship, and in exploring God’s Word together.  Exploring the character and leadership on Nehemiah has shown us that...

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September 08, 2017
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Grace – God’s unmerited favour

Philip Yancey writes: “Jesus forgave a thief dangling on a cross, knowing full well the thief converted out of plain fear. That thief would never study the bible, never attend a synagogue or church, and...

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September 08, 2017
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Strength in Weakness

 I came across this little quote by Steven Lawson,  ‘No-one is too weak to be used by God, only too strong’  It is a great reminder of the great Christian truth which Paul espoused when the...

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July 12, 2017
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10 Ways to love

  I saw these 10 points about loving, which came from a Coaching Network facebook page.  I thought they would provide us with food for thought. 1. Listen without interrupting – Proverbs 18:13 2. Speak...

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May 29, 2017
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Sacrificial love

This story about the great African Anglican – Festo Kivengare has much to teach us and will encourage us to think about real sacrificial love.  Nicky Gumble adds the final commentary at the end of...

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May 29, 2017
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This week’s notices

Confirmation. Bishop Genieve Blackwell will be with us on Sunday 6-August for a Confirmation service. This is an opportunity for people in our parish to make a public declaration of their faith in Jesus Christ....

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May 05, 2017
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Filled with the Spirit

Scott Wilson, a Pastor of Oak Fellowship in Texas, makes the following points of what it means to have the Spirit transform our lives. He argues that the following qualities mark the genuinely Spirit –...

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April 02, 2017
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