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NEW PLAYLIST ALERT

The next playlist I need to tell you about is our Romans Series playlist, “Welcome In” which was the focus of our Sunday sermons for a good portion of 2021. So, if you missed it, or you’d like to hear more about being “Welcome[d] In”, then I suggest you click the link here, which will take you to the Romans Series. #youtube #playlist

NEW PLAYLIST ALERT

We’ve been busy behind the scenes creating some playlists that we think you will enjoy. A great mix of worship playlists, sermon series playlists, and even something for the kids. So, watch this space as we let you know what’s available for your eyes and ears over on our YouTube page (www.youtube.com/bbciom) The first playlist we’re excited to tell you about is our Worship @ Home playlist. This is a compilation of songs that were recorded by our wonderful worship…

Blog Spot – The One About The Stolen Bag (Alison Leishman)

Alison was readjusting to life back in London after living somewhere quite different for nearly 8 years. It wasn’t easy; she didn’t feel as if she quite belonged. She had been told to expect this “reverse culture shock”. Here the roads were busy, and life had a rush to it that she had forgotten, while living at the Leprosy Hospital in a small Himalayan Kingdom. She missed the friends she had made, some of whom had been leprosy sufferers.  She…

Blog Spot – A Vast Radiance (Michael Maning)

“And above the dome over their heads there was something like a throne, in appearance like sapphire; and seated above the likeness of a throne was something that seemed like a human form…and there was a splendour all round. Like the bow in a cloud on a rainy day, such was the appearance of the splendour all round. This was the appearance of the likeness of the glory of the LORD.             When I saw it, I fell on my…

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Immeasurably More

“To him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us.”