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Missed The Grade?James Sloan

James looks at the story of Matthew, and how this was the last guy you'd choose to have on your team. He didn't meet the grade. So how did Jesus treat him? And what are the lessons we can learn today?

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Is this the most important lesson Jesus ever taught?Matt Edmundson

Matt looks at one of the parables of Jesus and asks if it is the most important lesson Jesus ever taught? And if it is, what can we learn from it?

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The Burial of Jesus and why it is ImportantMatt Edmundson

Come and join this week's CROWD Church Livestream as Will takes a look at the burial of Jesus and unpacks why this is important.

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Why did Jesus have to Die?Anna Grace Farrington

But why are Christians so fixated on the death of Christ? Isn't it all just a bit...well..gruesome? That's what Anna Grace and the team are getting into this week on the Crowd Chruch Livestream

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What do you think about to get through the dark times?Matt Edmundson

We are looking at the difficult topic of the crucifixion of Christ. This was an incredibly dark time for Jesus, a shameful time that He despised. So what did Jesus think about to get through this? What helped him endure? And what are some of the lessons we can learn from this?

18 Apr 2021
Can People Pleasing Ruin Your Life? Why Approval Addiction is a Challenge for us allMatt Edmundson

We are looking at the trial of Jesus and see how people pleasing pleasing caused men to abandon their values, destroyed the leadership of one man and caused hundreds of people to be manipulated in to doing stuff that was fundamentally wrong.

4 Apr 2021
The Empty Tomb - and why it still matters.Matt Edmundson

In a short message, Matt will be unpicking the story of the first Easter, when two ladies called Mary and Mary went to visit the tomb of Jesus only to find it empty. We look at the extraordinary events that followed and ask how it impacts us today.

31 Mar 2021
Is the loving God of the New Testament the same as the angry God of the Old Testament?Sharon Edmundson

This week's Church Livestream focuses on the common question - how is God seemingly so different in the Old Testament (first part of the Bible) to the New Testament (the second part of the Bible)? How can God be Loving when He seems so Angry?

28 Mar 2021
Dealing with betrayal and abandonmentSally Burch

In a short message, Sally will be unpicking the topic of betrayal and abandonment by sharing her own, difficult story as well as looking at how Jesus dealt with being betrayed and abandoned by His closest friends.

7 Mar 2021
Peter Denies Jesus, but do we do the same?James Sloan

There is a story in the Bible where Peter, one of the most ardent disciples of Jesus, ends up denying Jesus - the very person Peter swore he would never deny. It is easy to look at Peter and think that was just Peter. But Peter is a lot like the rest of us (it's one of his most redeeming features). So this week, James Sloan is going to look at this story and looks at the lessons we can learn.

28 Feb 2021
How do I find meaningful connection and belonging in a world of individualism?Matt Edmundson

Where do you currently get your sense of meaningful connection and belonging from? It's a great question to ask yourself. Let's look at the Last Supper, a meal Jesus has with disciples and look at some amazing promises He makes about how we can belong, how we can find meaningful connection.

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Bible Study (Lessons from Jesus and Mary )Matt Edmundson

How do we get the most out of reading Scripture? Can the Bible be trusted? What can the Bible teach us? These are all great questions. Christians talk a lot about the Bible, so how do we go about reading it? This week we are going to look at a Story with Jesus and Mary and look at how we can get the most out of reading the Bible.

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What is my future? And is it good?Matt Edmundson

This week, we look at Jesus' predictions about the future and ask what it means for us. What does our future hold? And is it good? We look at our time here on earth, as well as remind ourselves about heaven.

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Is the church just after my money?Sharon Edmundson

This week Sharon's tackle one of the key objections people have about the church: the church is just after my money! We carry on our study in Mark's Gospel and Jesus is going to tackle this head-on!

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Christians are hypocritesSally Burch

One of the big problems that those outside the church have with those who profess to be Christians is the level of hypocrisy that they see. Christians are hypocrites. They say one thing but then do something completely different. Why do they not simply practice what they preach? Well, that is what we are going to get into today. Are Christians hypocrites? And is it hypocritical to call someone a hypocrite? (There’s a question that is a head spinner!) And the only person really qualified to answer it is Jesus, which is exactly what He does in today’s passage. He is going to accuse the religious of being hypocrites and then explain why they are hypocrites...

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Is it time to take a step back and see the bigger picture?Matt Edmundson

Ever been so tunnel-visioned on something, so focused in on the detail that you didn't see the bigger picture? In this week's Livestream, Jesus meets a group of people who had done just that...and as a result, they missed the most important lesson of all.

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Planning for 2021 - two key life goals to focus on (Part Two)James Sloan

This week we will be hearing from James Sloan, who is the Chief Exec of Imagine If Trust who will be talking about what it means to Love your neighbour as well as introduce to us Imagine If Trust - part of our church's social outreach.

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Planning for 2021 - two key life goals to focus on (Part One)Matt Edmundson

Have you been thinking about your New Year’s Resolutions for 2021? Got your new diary and goal-setting mindset? Most of us do. It’s a New Year. It’s a New Start, and given the strangeness of 2020, we are hoping that 2021 will be a lot better. Well, as we carry on our Bible Study of Mark’s Gospel, we have a chap who goes to Jesus and basically asks Jesus to summarize everything down to a simple point that he can both understand and apply to life. It’s as if this chap goes to Jesus and says to Jesus, “Listen - I am planning for 2021 - what’s the most important thing that I should focus on this year?” And this answer Jesus gives him won’t just set us up well for the new year, but also for life.

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2021 Planning: Let’s not make this serious errorMatt Edmundson

Thinking and planning for 2021? The new year is fast approaching and this week's story from Mark's Gospel is so timely for us as we think about and plan for 2021. This week, Jesus is talking to a group of leaders, smart well-educated people about the root cause of a serious mistake that they are making, a mistake that we don't want to carry into 2021 that is for sure.

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Church and Politics: How should Christians engage?Jenny Mariner

In this week's Livestream Jenny Mariner tackles the topic of politics! Oh yes! Very apt at moment given the recent US elections that is for sure. Jenny will carry on our journey in Mark's gospel and looks at how Jesus deals with this topic of politics, asks should we mix religion and politics, and how should Christians approach the topic of politics?

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Parable of the Tenants: Leadership is all about stewardshipJohn Harding

The parable of the talents ask us lots of questions about stewardship and leadership. How well do we steward the gifts that we have to help those around us grow and develop? How well do we steward the gift of life that God has entrusted to us? What is our response to that? Join in our Church Livestream as John Harding looks at the Parable of the Talents and digs into these questions and much more.

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How to deal with difficult People | Mark 11:27-33Matt Edmundson

Have you ever had to deal with difficult people? They look to build themselves up at your expense, maybe even ridicule you. They are ... well, just plain old difficult to deal with. Well, you are not alone. Jesus had the exact same problem. So how does He deal with them, and what can we learn from that? What can we learn about how to deal with criticism, how to deal with haters and how to deal with difficult people?

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Overcoming Adversity Part 4 - Learning how to forgive totally changed my life | Mark 11:20-26Sharon Edmundson

Overcoming adversity - part 4. The power of forgiveness is something that we talk a lot about in the Christian church. Christ forgave us, so we can and should forgive others. And it is no coincidence that Jesus talks about forgiveness at the end of our mini-series on Overcoming Adversity.

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Overcoming Adversity Part 3 - The secret to getting prayer answered? | Mark 11:20-26Matt Edmundson

Overcoming adversity - part 3. When it comes to overcoming adversity, we often find ourselves praying and asking God for help. But does that make sense? Does God even care about my prayers? Does He even listen? And if He hears me - will he actually do anything? This week we take a look at what Jesus says about prayer, and how we can know what God's plan for our lives is.

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Overcoming Adversity Part 2 - Face the truth and stop living in denial | Mark 11:20-26Matt Edmundson

Overcoming adversity - part 2. If positive thinking isn't the answer (what we talked about last week), then what is? What is Jesus' strategy for overcoming adversity and obstacles? This week we carry on looking at Mark 11, where Jesus tells about mountain-moving faith...but it's not what you'd expect!

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Overcoming Adversity Part 1 - Why the power of positive thinking isn't that powerful | | Mark 11:20-26Matt Edmundson

We all have obstacles and adversity to deal with - heck, we are in the middle of a pandemic that is affecting us all. So how to do we overcome such things? Well, the standard answer is just to think positively, be optimistic, see the glass as half full..but does that really work? Or does Jesus have some other advice to give us?

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God not doing something the way you think He should?Sharon Edmundson

This week, Sharon carries on our journey into Mark's Gospel and looks at what happens when God doesn't act or respond as you think He should. What happens when He doesn't something different? What if you don't understand that?

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Am I blessed?Matt Edmundson

This is part 2 of the conversation with Jesus and Peter, as they are chatting on the road about Jesus being the Christ. Jesus calls Peter blessed, and so in this talk I want to dig into that and pull out what it means.

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Jesus asks, "Who do you say that I am?"Matt Edmundson

In this service, we look at a conversation that happens between Peter and Jesus, where Jesus asks Peter, "Who do you say that I am?" This is such a powerful question, and Peter's answer, "You are the Christ" holds a lot of amazing truth

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Dealing with the Political and the Religious SpiritMartin Langston

In this week's teaching, Martin examines what a religious spirit is and what a political spirit is - and why both are dangerous.

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Feeding the 4000 - a story of compassion in the ordinarySarah Langston

In this week's talk, Sarah talks about the story of the feeding of the 4000. It's a story demonstrating Jesus' compassion to the hungry. It's also a lesson in reminding ourselves of what God has done in the past and how that will give us hope and faith for today.

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Some people, a deaf man and JesusMatt Edmundson

Join us as we carry on our journey through Mark's Gospel and take a good look at this incredible miracle that happens to a deaf man

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Is Jesus a sexist, or does he have some remarkable view about women?Sharon Edmundson

This week, as we carry on our conversations in the Gospel of Mark, Sharon talks about Jesus' encounter with a lady, who wasn't Jewish and looks at how Jesus' response to her was extraordinary and ground-breaking for society.

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What does Jesus say about dealing with prejudice?Matt Edmundson

Even after hanging out with Jesus for three years, and seeing the church grow through the most extraordinary time - Peter still had issues with prejudice, so as we continue our study in Mark, we look at a passage where Jesus talks about our hearts and how it is the key to dealing with our prejudice.

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Does Jesus still heal today?Matt Edmundson

We look at the closing verses of Mark 6, just before Easter. They are incredible verses demonstrating the miraculous ability of Jesus to heal people - which leads us to one key question: does Jesus still heal today?

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Jesus Walks on WaterMatt Edmundson

Welcome to our 2nd Livestream as a Liverpool Church Plant :-) In this weeks video, Abi updates us on all things YWAM and Matt shares the next part of Mark's Gospel - the story of Jesus Walking on Water. This takes place after Jesus feeds the 5,000 (see last week's video for that talk) and there are some key lessons for us here too.

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The Feeding of the 5,000Matt Edmundson

This is our first ever Livestream as a church plant! In the wake of the virus and recent events, we are coming in digitally. In this week's message, we are carrying on our study of Mark's Gospel. Specifically, we are looking at Mark 6:30-44 - the story of Jesus feeding the 5,000 and the key principles He outlines that we can use to serve the world today.