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Come for Supper sees host Alexandra Dudley sit down with artists, actors, authors and chefs to discuss how they like to serve supper. In the show we learn about the guest’s culinary tips, tales and disasters whilst learning a little about their life along the way. From their dream dinner party guests, to their kitchen essentials, we dive deep into the world of food and the joy of having people come for supper. This is a Studio71 production. Producer - Jack Claramunt Exec Producer - Tom Payne ...
 
Murray suggests that his devotional, The Lord's Table, is not meant to replace scripture, but rather to strengthen believers' appreciation of God's word. Murray's meditations provide a thoughtful guide for believers who desire to develop a deeper understanding of the Lord's Holy Supper. The devotional covers the week before, during, and after the Supper, and each entry is labeled with the day of the week so that readers can manage devotions with ease. Murray first explains how believers can ...
 
Logan is the chef, Hannah is the philosopher. Together they wrestle through questions like: How much sugar do you add to rhubarb crisp? How has processed eating impacted our relationship with the planet? And ultimately, how do we reconcile food as the inescapable center of our lives?
 
We are a group of Christ followers that come together every Saturday night to encounter God and be encountered by Him within the context of a loving, healing and accepting community. We know that life can knock us down and try to keep us defeated, but we believe that God has shown us the way to live an overcoming life. In this weekly podcast, you will hear from a variety of speakers sharing wisdom and encouragement from the heart of God.
 
From the humble haggis supper to the finest single malt, Scotland's food and drink scene is as unique as the nation itself. Rosalind Erskine, a food and drink writer for The Scotsman, is joined by guests and experts to give you an insight into what's cooking in Scotland. If you like a good bit of scran, this is the podcast for you.
 
A delightful collection of 48 essays on various topics of the human condition that caught his fancy. Witty, insightful and funny of course and on occasion thought provoking and even disturbing. From the preface "These sketches gave me pain to write; they will give the judicious patron pain to read; therefore we are quits. I think, as I look over their slattern paragraphs, of that most tragic hour—it falls about 4 p. m. in the office of an evening newspaper—when the unhappy compiler tries to ...
 
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The Lord’s Supper holds different levels of prominence in different church traditions. For Roman Catholics and many Reformers, Communion is the central feature of gathered worship. Yet many modern evangelicals in the free church tradition, particularly baptists, tend to have a lower view of the Lord’s Supper. In this episode, Zack and Alex discuss …
 
Welcome to Village Church. We’re a community that’s all about Jesus. To find out more, head to vc.org.au. We’d love to hear from you. This week, we continue our holiday mini-series exploring what makes a healthy church. In this talk, Phil talks through the importance of Baptism and the Lords Supper, and what they mean to us and to God.…
 
In 1428, men with shovels walked into the graveyard of Lutterworth Church. They were not digging a hole to make a grave. They were digging a hole to empty a grave. Forty-three years after his burial, John Wycliffe's bones were dug up, burned, and his ashes scattered into river to rid the earth of his remains. What had he done that inspired such hat…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Cornerstone Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Practice of Preparation for the Lord's Supper Subtitle: Principles & Parts of Worship Speaker: Gavin Beers Broadcaster: Cornerstone Presbyterian Church Event: Sunday - AM Date: 9/20/2020 Bible: 1 Corinthians 11:27-29 Length: 55 m…
 
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