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All saints' Church, Ashdon Housegroup 2015 By Richard Spencer
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Housegroup Study material, post-Easter 2015 1. What is this life all about? 3 2. The Golden Calf vs. the Day of Pentecost 11 3. The Manifest Presence of God 18 4. Increasing Intimacy with... More > God 26 5. The Church in the 21st Century 35 6. Water, Bread and Wine 40 7. Continuous Revival 49 8. New Wine calls for New Wineskins – Transformation 62 9. Following Jesus in this Life 75 10. Appendix: Zoe and Psuche in John’s Gospel 87< Less
Bethany - resurrected church By Richard Spencer, Adam Threlfall
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This book is a record of a conversation between Jesus and part of his bride – one local church. We will follow this conversation over a number of years as he revealed more and more of his... More > vision for his church. He said to the man who would be the first among the first apostles, “I will build my church”, and we will follow how he has been building us into the community that he wants us to be.< Less
Bethany - Resurrection Church By Richard Spencer, Adam Threlfall
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This book is a record of a conversation between Jesus and part of his bride – one local church: Holy Trinity Church, Belle Vue (HTBV), Shrewsbury, in the county of Shropshire. We will follow... More > this conversation over a number of years, as he revealed more and more of his vision for his church.< Less
Living Together in the Presence of God By Richard Spencer, Laura Barratt, James Wade
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If the church is to be truly the body of Christ then we need to allow him to be the head; not just through a set of doctrines or carefully worked-out practices, but dynamically, in each moment. It... More > is clear that he operated, when he was physically on planet earth, in constant communion with the Father, and he offers us the same access. All we need to do is to listen, and to give up our traditions and our thought-out plans and programmes.< Less