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Chris Bowditch
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Follower of Jesus, Husband, Father, Minister at St Aidans Lindisfarne Tasmania
Follower of Jesus, Husband, Father, Minister at St Aidans Lindisfarne Tasmania

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Sermon Series: Christians at Work and in the Marketplace
Back in May I preached my first ever topical sermon series which happened to be on Christian faith in the secular workplace. You can listen to them by clicking on the links below.  I hope they might be helpful for you in someway. A special mention goes to T...
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Hebrews Sermon Series
I've just finished my first ever full blown exegetical sermon series.  I decided to tackle Hebrews over eight weeks.  You can listen to them by clicking on the links below. I'd love your feedback.  I think they get off to a slow start (first few weeks) but ...
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Great little reflection
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Tradition vs Traditionalism
Great quote found in Living Justification  by Jonathan Huggins.  The quote comes from Jaroslav Pelikan (how can the quote not be good with a name like that!) and goes like this: " Tradition is the living faith of the dead; traditionalism is the dead faith o...
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Strong Economy, Strong Communities
Last week I went to the ACL's Strong Economy, Strong Communities breakfast .  Two talks in particular are worth you taking the time to watch. The first was by Professor Jonathan West . He spoke about how as a community we're so preoccupied by self interest ...
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Beginning to think about Christians at work
I've got a series coming up at church in April/May where we'll be spending time thinking about how a Christian should work. I'm currently doing some reading and research and I was struck by this great quote by Dorothy Sayers in Tim Keller's book Every Good ...
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