Communication, media and the gospel
Posted by Ros Clarke, 23 Oct 2017
In this week's podcast, Ros talks to Neill Harvey-Smith, former Head of Media for the Church of England.
The gospel doesn’t change, but the way in which we communicate certainly does. This week’s podcast looks at how we can use new methods of communication and traditional methods of communication to reach our society with the gospel. Neill Harvey-Smith offers his advice on PR, telling good news stories, and muddling on through in the Church of England.
Saturday sermon: Isaiah 43:8-21
Posted by Ros Clarke, 21 Oct 2017
Philip de Grey-Warter explains Jesus' claim to uniqueness and exclusivity from Isaiah 43 at Fowey Parish Church, a Church Society parish.
“Perhaps the most explosive, offensive, even scandalous claim of Christianity” is the uniqueness and exclusivity of Jesus Christ, according to Philip de Grey-Warter in this compelling sermon on Isaiah 43:8-21. Listen and be encouraged to stand firm in your faith, trusting in what the Lord has already done and the promises he will keep for the future.
JAEC 2017: Reformation Today
Posted by Ros Clarke, 19 Oct 2017
Revd Dr Rob Munro, Rector of St Mary's, Cheadle. encourages us to consider Hezekiah's Reformation as a possible model for reformation in today's church in this talk from JAEC 2017.
In this deeply challenging and yet encouraging talk from this year’s JAEC, Rob Munro examines Hezekiah’s reformation and draws out important lessons for reformation in the contemporary church. We need to see God’s sovereignty, submit to his Word, and serve his people. Rob also challenges us to engage fully in the Church of England, at all levels, as well as being fully engaged in our local communities, for the good of the Church and the good of our nation.