Questions Of Life Previous Sessions
Questions Of Life
Live Streamed to the comfort of your home.
Our last live stream for the year will be on 16th December, and we will return on 6th January.
Please visit www.scbc.org.uk to view just before 7pm.
We recognise that life has its ups and downs and raises different questions at different times. And so we wanted to spend time looking at some of these questions in a relaxed environment, asking what God says about these questions. We hope this will help us navigate our way through life.
Each session will be available to watch on Live Stream from the comfort of your own home.
We are really sorry but we are unable to have people in the building attending livestreams at the moment. As soon as we can again, we will let you know.
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Previous Questions Of Life Sessions
Donald and Cath lookout the 3rd Commandment and the instruction not to use God's name or reputation to give validity or weight to our own ideas. This is a really relevant discussion when we look at how religion is used in politics around...
Donald and Cath begin to talk about the 10 commandments, why does God want us to have no other god? Is he being restrictive or self absorbed. Together Cath and Donald unpack what other gods we might have and how they might be harmful for...
Cath and Donald continue to explore the first commandment
Cath and Donald get to the heart of the question of Christmas. Recognising so much pain and confusion in our world around Christmas, they try to see if there is any point to it.
Cath and Donald conclude their discussion
Cath and Donald discuss resilience. What is it? Why might we be less resilient that others? Is there anything we can do to become more resilient? Sharing from their own experience Cath and Donald bring encouragement that we can grow...