Tag Archives: practical theology for women

How Beautiful are the Feet who Bring Good News

What we’ve been doing this year is learning to discover God’s Word ourselves. Through the Swedish and the COMA methods we’ve learnt, some things in the Bible have (I hope!) become clearer. By reading God’s Word we have: Exposed ourselves to lifegiving, life-changing stuff: So is my word that goes out from my mouth: It…
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Are You Wearing the Right Glasses?

Last month we spoke about consciously fixing our minds on Christ. This month we turn to someone who can help us with that – the Holy Spirit. Who is the Holy Spirit and What does He Do? When we become Christians the Spirit of God miraculously comes to live inside of us. While in us…
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What does it mean to find our identity in Christ?

Who am I? This is a question we often ask ourselves, particularly when we are younger and our identities are still forming. The thing is, the answer to this question changes, as life changes. Who am I if I’m a Christian? The answer to this question includes being able to say: I am IN Christ…
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Selflessness: A Challenge to our Rights

Last month Last month we looked at how our sovereign, compassionate God disciplines/trains us through difficulties. The aim of God’s discipline/training was to help us respond to difficulties the way Jesus would, and therefore to make us more Christlike. This month This month we look at how to be more Christlike in the area of…
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