Tag Archives: evangelism

Coming to Faith

As our sermon series exploring Christian beginnings continues, we find ourselves this morning reflecting on how the faith of Jesus, a Galilean charismatic prophet and sage, became the faith not only of other Israelites, but also of members of many … Continue reading

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Preaching Jesus to Jews

This morning we continue our exploration of Christian beginnings as conceived by the author of the Acts of the Apostles who is thought to be the same person as wrote the Gospel of Luke.  To be sure, he will have … Continue reading

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Christianity Comes to Corinth

Several years ago, before I lived here, I visited Sheffield to meet up with a friend.  He came to meet me at the station and, as we walked into town he started to call out, quite loudly, “Repent and believe … Continue reading

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Making Jesus Visible

I decided to go to church.  Not because 1 wanted to be saved, nor because l wanted solace from the cross.  Rather, I wanted the comfort of other people’s faith.  I like to be anonymous among the hymn-singing crowd, the … Continue reading

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