Conversations – Daniel

The book of Daniel has been a source and comfort for God’s people throughout the generations, particularly when they have experienced a sense of ‘exile’. This series of studies covers the first six chapters of Daniel and uses the Conversations method.

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Lectio Divina – Isaiah Servant Songs

One of the great collections of material in Isaiah are the “servant songs”, in which Isaiah speaks about the servant of the Lord, who would accomplish God’s purposes. Christians have consistently seen these servant songs as ultimately pointing forward to the Lord Jesus Christ. This study of Isaiah uses the Lectio Devina method.

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Manuscript – Titus

Titus was written by the Apostle Paul to trusted church leaders at a time when Titus was helping to establish a church on the island of Crete. It contains very practical advice and teaching as well as revealing the power of God and His ability to transform lives. This study uses the Manuscript method of engaging with the Biblical text.

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Talk the Word – Philemon

Philemon is an incredibly personal letter, sent from Paul and Timothy to Philemon, Apphia, Archippus and the church that meets in their home. In the book, Paul talks about Philemon’s slave Onesimus (whose name means “useful” or “profitable” […]

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Conversations – Amos

Amos is one of the minor prophets, so called because the books in their name are shorter than the major prophets of Daniel, Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel. Amos begins with judgement on Israel’s neighbours, eight nations condemned by […]

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Talk the Word – Matthew Miracles

Matthew’s Gospel clearly outlines the ministry of Jesus as teaching, healing and driving out evil. As well as writing this down in a number of summary statements which speak of the multitudes bringing their sick and demon possessed […]

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