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These are the sermons that are given from the pulpit of St Andrew's Church in the village of Slip End, Bedfordshire in the UK. Generally these sermons are given by our vicar the Rev' Cathy Pullinger or by our reader Chris Barnes. Occasionally we also have visiting preachers or other members of our congregation that present sermons. Before each sermon there is a reading from the bible that usually last a couple of minutes . You can always visit our website at http://church.slipend.co.uk.
 
Brian C. Stiller, Global Ambassador of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) travels the world, meeting leaders in church, politics and service agencies, representing the WEA in places of social, economic and political struggle. His blogging is to broker understanding and highlight the good news of Christian faith.
 
Hosted by Rebecca Pash, to empower women through stories of hardships and success. Each episode will feature an inspirational woman that has moved to Israel and made it. We will discuss, career, dating, family life, wellness, culture difference, religion, and so much more. If one of our conversations can impact your life in some way for the better,then this podcast has done its job. Music: https://www.purple-planet.com
 
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Sermon from St Andrews Church, Slip End, UK. Sermon given by our priest in charge the Rev’ Nick Mwandia on the 23/1/22 for the 3rd Sunday after Epiphany entitled ‘Jesus’ vision for mission’. Download Mp3 HERE! Sermon starts at 3:54 Nehemiah 8 v 1-3, 5-6, 8-10 1 All the people came together as one in the square before the Water Gate. They toldEzra t…
 
Our culture is more divided than ever—vaxxed versus unvaxxed, masks versus no masks, conservatives versus progressives, church attenders who gather versus attenders who don’t. Even Christians are at a loss to know how to respond. Enter the radical idea of the church. Going to church produces a group of people who reflect culture. Being the church p…
 
Our first freedom guarantees that every American, regardless of belief, has a right to worship free from fear and violence. Unfortunately, as we saw in Colleyville last Saturday and as we’ve seen time and again in recent years, this civil liberty remains out of reach for so many. This week on State of Belief, Interfaith Alliance’s weekly radio show…
 
One of the challenges of being alive today is that information comes at you from every direction 24/7. You know too much. And yet you also don’t know enough. Because the most helpful information is being forgotten or lost. All of this takes us back to the Garden of Eden. This week, you’ll discover why having the knowledge of God without the wisdom …
 
We find ourselves in unprecedented times – a cliche, perhaps, but a sentiment that rings truer every day. One year after the insurrection, tensions are rising over vaccination mandates and religious divides are widening. It makes us all wonder – when, if ever, will it all go back to normal? This week on State of Belief, Interfaith Alliance’s weekly…
 
Sermon from St Andrews Church, Slip End, UK. Sermon given by our priest in charge the Rev’ Nick Mwandia on the 9/1/22 for the 1st week in Epiphany entitled ‘The Baptism of Christ’. Download Mp3 HERE! Sermon starts at 1:46 Luke 3 v 15-17 & 21-22 15 The people were waiting expectantly and were all wondering in their hearts ifJohn might possibly be th…
 
If you’ve ever started watching a movie halfway through, not only is it almost impossible to figure out what’s happening, but it can look like there’s no hope for the end. But then you get to the end of the movie, and things resolve...often beautifully. Life is like that because the gospel is like that. God wins in the end. And as hard as that seem…
 
One year ago this week, the unthinkable happened. Encouraged by the former president, thousands of Americans – many of whom pledged allegiance to extremist groups – stormed the U.S. Capitol building with the intention of tearing down our system of government. As President Biden said on the anniversary of the attacks, these insurrectionists and the …
 
God’s plan for our lives is that we would “run and not grow weary, walk and not faint.” Sometimes we struggle to step into all that he has planned for us due to the weight we carry from our past. There is a better way. Because of what Jesus did at the cross, God has made a way for us to live our lives unburdened.…
 
Happy New Year! As we try to start anew with a clean slate and the potential that 2022 brings, State of Belief, Interfaith Alliance’s weekly radio program and podcast, will take one more look back at the year just ended. Rev. Welton Gaddy, host of State of Belief, talks with Religion Dispatches National Reporter Jack Jenkins about the top news stor…
 
Merry Christmas to everyone who’s celebrating! May this holiday season bring a renewed sense of hope, and of common purpose among those we come in contact with. On this week’s State of Belief, Interfaith Alliance’s weekly radio program and podcast, host Rev. Welton Gaddy presents highlights from the Alliance’s interview series The American Purpose.…
 
For many, the holidays are a joyous time, bringing together friends and family from all corners of the world. But for millions of LGBTQ+ people whose loved ones fail to fully accept them, this can be a particularly difficult time of year. Though there are many faithful Christians in the United States and all over the world who embrace an affirming,…
 
The Supreme Court’s conservative supermajority has become a central focus in two recent cases concerning religious freedom. Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which the justices heard last week, is a direct challenge to the constitutional right to abortion as a matter of privacy set forth in Roe v. Wade. And Carson v. Makin, which came b…
 
Sermon from St Andrews Church, Slip End, UK. Sermon given by our reader Julie Taylor on the 5/12/21 for the second Sunday of Advent given during our Christingle Service. Sermon starts at 1:20 Download Mp3 HERE! Luke 3: 1-6 1 In the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar – when PontiusPilate was governor of Judea, Herod tetrarch of Galilee, …
 
People close to Jesus were convinced they had met good personified. So they documented the story. They were convinced it wasn’t just for a nation or for a generation, but for all nations and every generation. This was good news, great joy, for all people—perhaps especially for those of us who aren’t all that good.…
 
For some Americans, the Qanon conspiracists who fed the violence of the January 6th attacks on the heart of our democracy are a scary footnote to history. For many others, the movement remains alive and relevant. While pastors have been essential in the lives of many through these turbulent times, a large number of them are struggling to continue i…
 
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