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As human beings, our access to love depends on feeling worthy of it. But that leads to a life of fear. What if we could find a way to live that’s less driven by fear? This week’s passage takes us right to the very heartbeat of God’s work in our life to heal our fear. watch Learn moreBy Eric Stiller - Romans 8:12-17
 
It’s often easier to name the pain of things we don’t want than to articulate the desires we do want. But what if that pain is pointing us to something we’re made for? Paul shows us that something and its connection to our pain in Romans 8:6-13. watch itunes Discussion QuestionsBy Eric Stiller - Romans 8:6-13
 
Revd Dr Simon WoodmanPreaching at Bloomsbury Central Baptist ChurchEaster Day, 17th April 2022John 20.17Read this sermon here: http://baptistbookworm.blogspot.com/2022/04/noli-me-tangere.htmlTo find out more about Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, check out our website www.bloomsbury.org.ukBy Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church
 
Revd Dr Simon WoodmanPreaching at Bloomsbury Central Baptist ChurchGood Friday, 15th April 2022John 19.31-42Read this sermon here: http://baptistbookworm.blogspot.com/2022/04/inconvenient-bodies.htmlTo find out more about Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, check out our website www.bloomsbury.org.ukBy Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church
 
What if the life you long for - but have never really found - is available, but to find it you have to experience a kind of death? It sounds counter-intuitive. But that’s exactly what the apostle Paul shows us in this passage. We experienced some technical difficulties at the end of this livestream. You can download the full manuscript of the sermo…
 
Revd Dr Simon WoodmanPreaching at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church13 March 2022John 11.1-44Read this sermon here: http://baptistbookworm.blogspot.com/2022/03/the-resurrection-and-life.htmlTo find out more about Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, check out our website www.bloomsbury.org.ukBy Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church
 
Love in the shadow of death. That’s a poetic way of describing life as we know it. But what if you could know a love that would never die? Someone you could love and be loved by forever? In the miracle of raising his friend from death to life, Jesus reveals how and who that love could be. watch itunes Discussion Questions…
 
Even when life is at its best, there’s something about it that still leaves us disappointed. What if there was something that didn’t erase the disappointments of this world, but transformed your experience of them by giving you a taste of a future joy for which this present world is headed? Watch itunes Discussion Questions…
 
When we refuse to see people for who they truly are, that blindness has destructive power in our relationships. This week Jesus shows us that if we are blind to who He truly is, then we can’t see others or even ourselves for who we truly are. Join us for another strange encounter with Jesus. Watch itunes Discussion Questions…
 
Is the most important thing in the world something everyone has to figure out for themselves? Or is it possible that there is one thing that is the most important thing for every person in every time and every place? This passage helps us with that question. watch Itunes Discussion QuestionsBy Eric Stiller - Matthew 14:22-33
 
Revd Dr Simon WoodmanPreaching at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church2 January 2022Matthew 2.1-16Read this sermon here: http://baptistbookworm.blogspot.com/2021/12/theres-always-another-way.htmlTo find out more about Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, check out our website www.bloomsbury.org.ukBy Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church
 
Revd Dr Simon WoodmanPreaching at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church5 December 2021Ezekiel 37:1-14 John 11:1-3, 11-13, 17, 21-22, 32-40, 43-44Read this sermon here: http://baptistbookworm.blogspot.com/2021/11/mortal-can-these-bones-live.htmlTo find out more about Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, check out our website www.bloomsbury.org.uk…
 
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