This week we continue our theme from Sunday of ‘Returning’. Each day we develop the theme a little more in a short 5 minutes video.
Also there is an opportunity to meet on Zoom to explore a little more together on Wednesday at 12noon. Email Burnsidechurch@gmail.com if you would like the meeting details. (Not 2pm as stated in yesterday’s video)
Following our theme of Returning, this is a modern retelling of the parable from the perspective of the younger son. Once you get past the bad jokes at the beginning this is a very thought provoking piece.
Delving deeper into Returning and looking at the Father in the parable of the Prodigal Son, this is a powerful song about how good our heavenly Father is that was playing before the live service on Sunday.
Let’s Pray For Youth ministry
Give thanks for the creative ways ministry among young people has continued during the period of coronavirus lockdown, asking that God would continue to give leaders ways of keeping in touch and sharing God’s love while normal patterns of connection remain disrupted.
Pray for uniformed organisations as they continue to work out new ways of programming as meeting together remains restricted by requirements of social distancing and the need to be responsible about safety and health.
Mike Reeves give us a 1 minute introduction to the Trinity in the seventh of nine short videos.
Existence Of God (56 minute audio)
Does science disprove the existence of God? In this interview with Alister McGrath, J. John explores scientific atheism and how Christians and atheists can enter into respectful but engaging debate. Listen NOW on UCB Player!
Singing helps us to remember God’s goodness, even as we live in times of unrest and discomfort. The coronavirus cannot keep us from singing. —Keith Getty
Read the full article here - https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/coronavirus-singing/
Hush-a-by (Come unto Me and Rest) another new song from Evensong a new album from Keith & Kristyn Getty