One thing matters; taking the time to listen to Jesus. Every week people from across the City of London meet to hear God speak through the Bible. This podcast is a feed of our midweek talks, most will include a Q&A on the Bible passage. We are a church based in the heart of the City of London. Visit www.st-helens.org.uk or download our apps on iOS and Android, to access thousands of talks and other resources. Also visit www.gospelatwork.org.uk to find details of lunchtime talks taking place across London every week.
God's word to God's world
Paul's letter to the Romans launched the Reformation in Europe. It lay behind the major Christian revival that swept through England and the Americas in the 18th century. While the letter had a revolutionary effect on world events in the past, it still impacts the individual today. The apostle Paul says he writes so that his readers are strengthened for courageous Christian discipleship.
God's work in God's world
‘What on earth is God doing?’ is a question that is posed both by believers and unbelievers alike. Jesus has a clear and wonderful answer about the agenda of God today. In these passages, we’ll hear his response.
Work and the watch
Everyone is busy. What difference does knowing Jesus make to how much time we spend working and how we use our time at work? Knowing God’s plan for the world should impact our weekly schedule.
Work and wallet
Working in the City means we think about money more than the average Londoner, but how good are we with money? Some of us fear getting to retirement with not enough to look after ourselves or nothing to show for the years we spent in the City. Jesus’ investment advice teaches us how to make the most of our resources and challenges us to be shrewd with our money.
Work and church
Working in London as Christians can sometimes feel lonely and isolated, but the reality is we are together as partners in the gospel. What exactly is gospel partnership? Paul speaks of it in this chapter in his letter to the Philippians.
Work and evangelism
It is the duty of the Christian to proclaim the excellencies of God, but how are we supposed to achieve this within the workplace? This passage shows us how we are to conduct ourselves in evangelism.