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Posted by Lee Gatiss, 19 Jan 2017

Lee Gatiss expounds the readings for the 3rd Sunday of Epiphany (Year A) which unfold the power of the gospel to bring light and healing to trhose who believe.

The lectionary readings for the 3rd Sunday of Epiphany (Year A) which are Isaiah 9:1-4, 1 Corinthians 1:10-18, and Matthew 4:12-23. In this short video, Lee Gatiss expounds and applies those readings for us today.

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Posted by Lee Gatiss, 18 Jan 2017

Lee Gatiss expounds the readings for the 2nd Sunday of Epiphany (Year A), which are all about calling — the calling of God's servant, and the calling of God's saints.

The readings for the 2nd Sunday of Epiphany (Year A) are Isaiah 49:1-7, 1 Corinthians 1:1-9, and John 1:29-42. In this short video, Lee Gatiss expounds and applies those readings for us today.

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A gathering at the CEEC meeting (2017)

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Posted by Jake Eggertson, 17 Jan 2017

Jake Eggertson speaks about his first experience of the Church of England Evangelical Council (CEEC) which met last week.

The Church of England Evangelical Council (CEEC) is “a networks of networks, bringing evangelicals in the Church of England together for the sake of the gospel.” It exists to “encourage and equip evangelicals in the Church of England to keep mission and evangelism a priority,” to “facilitate Biblical teaching and equipping” (by, for example, commissioning papers and other resources), to “advocate the presence and engagement of evangelicals in the structures and life of the Church of England,” and to “promote and pursue unity amongst evangelicals.” On January 11-12, the council, comprising of a number of evangelical Bishops, representatives of various Anglican evangelical groups, and other elected members gathered together for the annual residential meeting. For the first time, I was one of them.

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