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Friends of Prisons

In this worship gathering, we hear a message from guest preacher Pastor Joel Sherbino of Paris (ON) Community Church, who oversees a ministry to the incarcerated in Malawi, Africa. You can watch the message here, or the entire worship gathering, including two baptisms, elsewhere on the channel. Transcript Available on our YouTube channel


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What Prevents You?

In this message from Acts 8.26-40, we hear about the encounter between Philip the evangelist and the minister of finance for the nation of Ethiopia. We learn how Philip gives us a model for one-to-one evangelism for God’s people today. You can watch the message here, or the entire worship gathering elsewhere on the channel. Here’s a link to the audio-only podcast of the message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/sh… Transcript Available on St. Paul’s You Tube Channel


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Clerical Advice

Our journey through Malachi takes us to 2.1-9 today, in which we learn that the spirituality of God’s people in Malachi’s time was so low that even the priests were ignoring God’s covenant. What can we learn from this for our life in Christ today? You can watch the whole gathering here to find out, or just the message elsewhere on the channel.


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Steering the Vehicle

In this service, we delve into Acts 10 to learn how the church is called to be a vehicle for God’s movement in the world. What does Peter’s encounter with Cornelius teach us about being the church in our time? Have a listen and find out. The message starts at 20:16.


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Unity Amid Diversity

In this service, we hear a message from John 17.13-26 about Jesus’ heart’s desires for his disciples – including disciples of today. What does Jesus want *for* us? Find out here! The message begins at 25:09.


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Defining a Disciple

In this service, we hear a message from John 17.1-12, in which Jesus prays to the Father for himself and for his followers, and in it he defines what it means to be a disciple of Jesus. Enjoy the whole worship gathering, or tune in to the message which starts at 34:04.


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