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Amos: 6Ieuan Lloyd26th February 20179,625 Kb
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Our sixth sermon from the book of Amos. Please note, some technical difficulties with this recording created a drop in the recording signal.
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Amos Chapter 5 (Evening)Darren19th February 20175,174 Kb
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Our fifth sermon from the book of Amos. Please note sermons 1 to 4 were not recorded.
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Unity in the Church: 5Darren Smith12th February 20174,752 Kb
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Our fifth in the Unity of the Church series. Please note sermons 1 and 4 were not recorded.
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Unity in the Church: 3Alison Thomas5th February 20179,479 Kb
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Our third in the Unity of the Church series. Please note sermons 1 and 4 were not recorded.
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Unity in the Church: 2Darren Smith22nd January 20178,046 Kb
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Our second in the Unity of the Church series. Please note sermons 1 and 4 were not recorded.
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Mission and the God of justice.Darren with Dave & Frin Masters10th July 201619,112 Kb
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Today we hear from Dave & Frin Masters about their journey to serve God in voluntary overseas mission through the organisation Freeset, located in Kolkata.
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Children and Mental HealthLyn Green4th July 201621,545 Kb
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Concluding our mental health awareness weekend, Lyn Green (Participation Officer for Vulnerable Children and Young People at Gloucestershire County Council) asks what are the challenge for us as individuals and churches to assure we can identify and help those young people with mental health issues, and improve their emotional well being. If anyone would like a copy of Lyns's PowerPoint presentations please email administrator@worcesterbaptistchurch.org.uk
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The Bible and Mental HealthRachel Newham3rd July 20169,796 Kb
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Rachel Newham, founding director of Think Twice, an organisation raising awareness of mental health issues, explores what the Bible can teach us about how we should respond as Christians to issues surrounding mental health. And how the church can hopefully become more welcoming of those who suffer with mental health illnesses.
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