At college, every 4th year bloke gets the opportunity to preach at chapel. It’s a great experience. There you are, standing in front of a bunch of guys who are very likely smatter and more knowledgeable than you (at least that’s the case if you’re me) and you get to share the Bible with them.
We get to choose what we preach on, as long as it’s an expositional sermon from a Biblical passage. Rather than recylcing an old sermon, I wrote a new sermon based on the Bible passage for the day, Luke 13.
The passage deals with Jesus healing a woman who has been crippled by Satan’s forces. My question for the audience – Do you really believe in Satan?
Here are some random thoughts I have after Moore College Mission 2009 at MerrylandsAnglican. They’re not in any kind of order, just putting it out there. I also attended a youth event run by Liverpool City Council on Saturday, so I’ll add my thoughts about that here as well. (MTC = Moore Theological College)
The final Mission Vodcast for 2009. Last night at The Vine, the youth ministry at Merrylands Anglican, a group of us College students teamed up with the youth group leaders and ran sessions on things like the internet, friendship, movies and fashion. I got the chance to not only interview the leaders, but also a few of the youth.
It’s a bit late, but here’s Thursday’s Mission Vodcast!
Today we look at what the Primary Team have been up to on mission. My special guest is my good friend Tash Small.
On the first Sunday of Moore College Mission, I preached at the 6pm service at Merrylands Anglican Church. The topic was “Are Christians Judgemental?”. Before the sermon I played a video clip about Westboro Baptist Church. I’ve placed the video after the jump if you’d like to watch it. Then, standing at the back of the Church, I shouted into a megaphone that everyone needed to repent, putting on my best soap-box, fire-and-brimstone, street corner preacher impression. And that’s where the mp3 starts.
Late last year, I got it into my head that I wanted to give vodcasting a go. I decided to make my first attempt about how my mission team is preparing for mission, especially the youth aspect. Here is the first episode.
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