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Tuesday Teaching Tips: “freebibleimages.org”

Freebibleimages.org is another resource I use for adding pictures to my presentations. I give a rapid-fire tutorial in this video. Let me know what you think of freebibleimages.

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Tim Dannatt: visiting speaker for the Watford church of Christ 29 May 2016

Tim Dannatt will be speaking on Acts 12 for us in Watford this coming Sunday 29 May. Please make him welcome.

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What we’re reading: “The Search for God & the Path to Persuasion: Dialogue”

Paul “reasoned” with people. What does that mean? We take a look at the word “dialogue” and the significance of making reasoning a two-way process.

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What We’re Reading, “The Search for God & the Path to Persuasion: Dialogue”

Paul “reasoned” with people. What does that mean? We take a look at the word “dialogue” and the significance of making reasoning a two-way process.

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Tuesday Teaching Tips: “Haikudeck.com”

Haikudeck.com is a resource I use for adding pictures to my presentations. I give a quick-fire tutorial in this video. Let me know what you think of Haiku.

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“How to Feed 5,000 People”, Luke 9.10-17, Watford church of Christ

Jesus feeds 5,000 people, but what is the spiritual lesson for the crowd, the disciples and us? We see how he sets up a faith opportunity for the disciples, and how he supplies the inspiration for future times when their faith will be tested further.

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Feeding 5,000 – Luke 9.10-17

How did he do it? And what were the disciples meant to make of it? Loaves, fish and faith on display this Sunday at the Watford church of Christ, 10.30am, Laurance Haines School, Vicarage Road, Watford

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What we are reading, “The search for God & the path to persuasion: engaging questions.”

What’s the best question anyone’s ever asked you that helped you to understand a spiritual truth?

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What we’re reading, “The Search for God & the Path to Persuasion: Probing Questions”

Jesus asked probing questions. When should we use questions like that? Do we know what people know and understand and how they feel?

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What we’re reading: “The Search for God & the Path to Persuasion: Questions & Sermons”

Jesus asked lots of questions when he spoke to people. Is there a place for using more questions and having more dialogue in our sermons?