Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly – our Summer Sermon Series

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What does the Lord require?

Notes on the Teaching Plan for June to September 2015

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As we move on into the summer term we shall be continuing with the theme that we started in the spring based around Micah 6:8, where the prophet presents the rhetorical question about what the Lord requires of his people. This will be explored in different ways:

Practical Christian living

In the morning services in June and July we shall be looking at the letter that James wrote to followers of Jesus who had quite likely been driven out of Jerusalem. In it he offers some incredibly practical advice on what it means to live as disciples, in word, thought and deed.

Through the summer weeks when we gather together at 10am we will spend time exploring some of the parables that Jesus told, seeing what He says about the nature of the kingdom of God and those who are part of it.

Then as we move into September we shall delve into the Old Testament, looking at the book of Nehemiah, the story of a man who allowed his heart to be broken so that God’s name and honour could be restored through the rebuilding of Jerusalem.

What does the Lord require of you?

In the evening services we will work through the three different elements of Micah’s response  – looking at what it means to act justly, love mercy and walk humbly with God through the different seasons of our lives.

On July 5th we are really pleased to be able to welcome our Living Stones Mission Partners, Adrian and Helen Harrod, Joshua and Sophia.  Adrian will be speaking at the 11am service on that day.

Mike and Rachel Hill and family are Living Stones Mission Partners who have recently returned from Cambodia.  We are looking forward to hearing Mike speaking to us at both morning services on 27th September.

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10th Jun 2015 Posted in: News, St John's Stories by Stella Jennings 0

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