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St Peter's Barge is a church community in the Docklands area of London; part of the Church of England, but welcoming people from any background; and committed to putting the Bible at the heart of all we do.

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St Peter's Barge is a church community in the Docklands area of London; part of the Church of England, but welcoming people from any background; and committed to putting the Bible at the heart of all we do.

    God’s Life Goals for you: A pleasing life: 1 of 3

    God’s Life Goals for you: A pleasing life: 1 of 3

    Colossians 1:3-14 Lots of people have life goals. Without goals we will just wander through life without direction. But what are God’s goals for your life? And how do yours compare with them? That is what is revealed in Paul’s prayers.

    Remembrance Sunday

    Remembrance Sunday

    omans 12:1 After finishing a twenty-year career in the British Army in 2001, Dr. RobertLyman has published widely on the Second World War in Europe, North Africa and Asia. His most recent book is ‘A War of Empires’. He was the historical consultant to the BBC for the VJ Day ceremonies in 2015 and 2020. In this interview and talk he speaks about sacrifice – Christ for us, and us as living sacrifices for God.

    Hope: in the Faithfulness of God

    Hope: in the Faithfulness of God

    When we think about hope it can be easy to ignore the ‘now’. Here we see that hoping in the faithfulness of God is to lead us to live Godly lives now.

    Hope: for the future

    Hope: for the future

    In a world where the future is so uncertain it can be tempting to place our hopes in the most obvious / immediately beneficial thing. But Paul wants us to see that we should hope in Christ’s genuine second coming.

    Hope: in Hardship

    Hope: in Hardship

    What keeps you going in hard times? And what about when we face opposition? Paul writes this chapter to encourage young Christians in the church of Thessalonica to persevere and remain faithful, looking forward to Christ coming again.

    How can a loving God allow so much suffering?

    How can a loving God allow so much suffering?

    e world is a messed up place. We see it on the news, and we experience it in our own lives. Where is God in all this? If he’s good and loving, why does he allow it?

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