In anticipation of Easter and Jesus' last days on Earth, Jamie helps us unfold why the night of the Last Supper was different from the other nights...
John P briefly and straightforwardly talks us though the triumphant entry of Jesus, the One who people were not expecting...
"What if Jesus did not embrace his death?". Sam shares his challenging thoughts on death and how, in some ways, it's linked to the joy and positivity of life...
On this special Communion Sunday, little Ezra is dedicated to our God Almighty, and Sam shares the significance of 'dedicating one's life onto God'.
Laura talks us through another of the many reasons why Jesus was killed, bringing to light the shadows of Judas' envy that led him to betray the Christ.
We continue to discover the reasons behind Jesus' killing, as John explains the role of the ancient sects during Jesus' lifetime.
Jane and Lucie help us explore what it means to give, what it entails, and its importance to God's Kingdom.
After celebrating Jesus' birth, on the first talk of 2018, we are looking at the first why of His death. Enjoy!
It is the season to be merry, but most importantly, it is the season to celebrate Christ's birth and wonders. And Rachel helps us rediscover one essence of Jesus's arrival - His power to heal the blind.
Jesus' keenness to set the captives free is talked about by Rosie, in anticipation of His Holy birth...
Luke Larner shares his view on the message of Luke the disciple in Scripture. It's powerful, it's true. It's Good News. Enjoy!
"It is the Year of the Lord's Favour, and not of vengeance". Stephen Hoyland speaks about Jesus' grace on and acknowledgement of work and rest.
Richard Bratt shares his experience of being a Street Pastor in Luton for 8 years...
On the last part of our 10th Practice, our individual experiences on forgiveness were put together and reflected back to us in form of visual liturgy. Enjoy!
On the second part of the Forgiving Evil Practice, Sally Hitchiner shares her thoughts on forgiveness in Scripture, which she describes as an "activeness, drivenness that goes beyond feelings".
Jamie talks us through the Biblical narrative which invites us to scheme for a better world. Enjoy!
In the first part of our 8th Practice, John shares his thoughts on the differences between the God of the Old Testament and the God of the New Testament, by underlining the important concept of serving God, and others, generously.
Our friend, trustee and former CLC Luton member, Rich, shares his reflections on the Practice of Giving Our Lives to God through the lens of the Bible.
Sam introduces Eunice and Lahna sharing their experiences of what it means to give our lives over to God. The questions they were asked to reflect on (and that followed in the discussion) were as below:
- Can you tell us briefly about a time in your life when you decided to let go and give some aspect of your life to God?
- What did that involve, why did you decide to do it?
- ooking back now, what do you think about it?