MethoBytes

The thoughts and experiences of the folk who lead worship in Methodist Churches in Romsey (Test Valley) and the New Forest.

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Nick Carter

Practising the Presence of God

Andrew Roberts wrote in his Holy Habits book: Prayer in all its fullness and richness re-orientates and establishes us in right relationships with God, those we love and the world God cares for. It is a holy and transformative habit… Continue Reading →

Know Your Bible – Part 1 – The Apostles’ Teaching

We read in Acts 2:42 that the early church “devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching”. But what was the apostles’ teaching? 42 They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer…. Continue Reading →

Know Your Bible – Part 2 – The Spirit’s Guidance

In the story of Philip and the Ethiopian eunuch (Acts 8:26-40) we hear that the eunuch is returning from worship (v27), yet later (v31), he declares that he does not understand the scriptures he is reading, ‘how can I, unless… Continue Reading →

Know Your Bible – Part 3 – Faithful Living

In Part 2 I left our reading from Acts 2 by saying that one of the reasons to have a basic level of biblical teaching is to be able to listen discerningly to the preaching by others. But that is… Continue Reading →

Fellowship

Christian fellowship is a key aspect of the Christian life. Believers in Christ are to come together in love, faith, and encouragement. That is the essence of koinonia. Background Koinonia is a Greek word that occurs 20 times in the… Continue Reading →

You Are What You Eat – Both Physically and Spiritually

“You are what you eat” the saying goes, and there are all sorts of diets available that encourage you to live healthier lives by eating more healthily. The same can also be said of spiritual food.

Come and Eat – God’s Call to Enjoy His Provisions

God has always been inviting people to come to him. From one end of the Bible to the other we read of God’s call to come.

Are We Nearly There Yet?

As we are getting closer to the school holidays, with many a long journey involved, that phrase will be heard up and down the country from the back seat of countless cars.

The Four Ws: Welcome

At Romsey Methodist Church we are considering four Ws, Welcome, Wonder, Worship and Wider, which will be forming the foundations of our vision for the church. They will also tie into the Holy Habits which we shall start in September…. Continue Reading →

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