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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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Why does all the Bible matter?

On Pentecost we remember when God’s inspiration really broke through to the disciples and other followers of Jesus. But how did the Hebrew Bible help the early Church understand how to follow Jesus? Why does all the Bible matter? Two winters… Continue Reading →

All creatures look to you

In 2005 there was an expedition to one of Asia’s most isolated jungles. It is in the Foya Mountains of western New Guinea. There, incredibly, scientists discovered a lost Paradise – unspoilt. It was described by the media as a… Continue Reading →

The night is nearly over; the day is almost here.

  “… our salvation is nearer now than when we first believed. The night is nearly over; the day is almost here.” (Romans 13:11b-12) 1. The story has an end This is true, not in the sense that history is simply… Continue Reading →

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.

When Jesus was a lad

Augustus was the God-Emperor when Jesus was born. But an artisan from a satellite village to a Graeco-Roman city came to be called Son of God. One of the few stories from Jesus’ childhood is presented in Luke’s Gospel (2:41-52). Jesus… Continue Reading →

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