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Worship for schools
Anyone wanting to use liturgy in school will find a wonderful resource here from the Church of England: http://www.worshipworkshop.org.uk/

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A short talk on Philippians 2:5
Verse 5 from Paul's letter to the Philippians reads: "Let the same mind be in you that was in Christ Jesus". The ESV translates it better: "Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus."  In other words "have (what) is yours". How can you...

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A useful teaching tool on the Trinity


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Useful new app


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A simple presentation of the Gospel


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Learning from Billy Graham
I am always looking to improve my preaching and over the years have tried to learn from the best. One of my heroes is Billy Graham who, whatever your churchmanship, is undoubtedly one of the most effective communicators of the Gospel. What can learn from hi...

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From the Philo Trust Lent, the forty days before Easter (not counting Sundays), is a somewhat curious period in the Church’s calendar. Most things in the Church’s year are festivals and we happily talk about celebrating them. Lent is very different: it is a...

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Monroe's Motivated Sequence
The following is an excerpt from the website "Mindtools" (click here ) and introduces a method of motivational speaking called Monroe's Motivated Sequence. It poses the question whether some people are born speakers and motivators or can they be taught cert...

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John Piper on how he prepares his sermons


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Sermon preparation
"If you want to be the best you must learn from the best" so the saying goes. When it comes to preaching I can think of no greater preacher in the last 50 years than Rev John Stott. Here is a summary of his own approach to sermon preparation: Steps for Prep...
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