2004: Building Biblical Churches

Posted : Mon, Nov 1, 2004 | In : 2004: Building Biblical Churches

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2004 ProgrammeA fair sized crowd of folk gathered in Liverpool for this year’s “God’s Glory, Our Joy” conference. There were a mere 5 sessions over the two days (down from 6 last year), the idea being to encourage informal fellowship between the papers. As in previous years, the papers given were broadly based around the theme of “Building Biblical Churches for the 21st Century”.

Oliver Allmand-Smith kicked off on Friday evening, speaking on “The Church around the Word” from Paul’s letter to the church at Colossae. Taking Colossians 3:16  “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom…” as his text, he spoke about the proper focus of our meetings (the word of Christ), and the proper means to attain that focus (teaching and admonishing). He gave a strong call to centralise Scripture, and a searching exposition of what makes up good preaching, and how to listen to it.

2003: Servants of the Living God

Posted : Sat, Nov 1, 2003 | In : 2003: Servants of the Living God

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2003Somewhere between 100 to 200 people gathered at Milnrow for the ‘God’s glory, our Joy’ conference this year, held on a Friday evening, and all day Saturday, in October. Below are brief tasters of the Saturday of the conference.

2003 Programme

2003: Conference Sermons

Posted : Thu, Oct 30, 2003 | In : 2003: Servants of the Living God

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2003 Conference sermons now available. Listen on-line or download the MP3 sermons.

2002: Holiness of God & His People

Posted : Sat, Nov 2, 2002 | In : 2002: Holiness of God & His People

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2002: The Holiness of God and his peopleOur theme was “The Holiness of God and His People”. Graham Harrison of Newport gave two papers, both focusing on the true nature of the gospel. The first, a seminar for pastors and elders, attracted over 30 men. In the second he reminded us of what a joy it is to the believing heart to hear the true gospel preached.

2002 Programme