Monthly Archives: August 2017

27.8.17 – Lifestyle Does Matter – Peter Cheyne

Read 2 Thessalonians 3:6-18 This passage might be quite troubling for some people so I want to see if we can understand it. The Aaron Smith saga is pretty sordid. It is shameful to even talk about such things but … Continue reading

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20.8.17 – The Early Church As Family – Paul Trebilco

Readings: Mark 3:31-35: Mark 10:28-30 Imagine as a congregation that you had no buildings. Its not that something had happened to your buildings and so you have to make some arrangements while you build a replacement. No, its just that … Continue reading

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9.7.17 – How Will They Know? – Mary Somerville

A few times in my life I have aspired to be a singer.  I even once paid for a voice coach.  I went to my lessons, listened to the tips the coach gave me… (Minnie Minnie…) and did the hard … Continue reading

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13.8.17 – Why Those Prayer Requests? – Peter Cheyne

Read 2 Thessalonians 3:1-5 Paul began to wrap this letter up with a few final comments, the first of which was to ask for prayer. What were his prayer requests? What do they say about Paul? You might have noticed … Continue reading

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6.8.17 – Who Is The Man Of Lawlessness? – Peter Cheyne

Read 2 Thessalonians 2 I was a little surprised to read that this passage is considered to be one of the most obscure and difficult to interpret, of all of Paul’s writings. Well, that’s encouraging; let’s give it a go. … Continue reading

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