Supplied by a UK colleague:
I will be posting a
lighter than usual listing over the Summer:
#1 Vaughan Roberts and Paul Perkins consider heaven on earth; the combined
choirs of Kings' College and St John's College sing evensong from Cambridge;
#3 Andrew Goddard is rightly resting from his Herculean exploration of
the New Testament in a year, but Peter Carrell and Stephen Trott continue
commentary on the readings; #11 Bear Grylls on becoming a Christian and Clive
field considers evidence of changed in attitudes to religions in the UK over
the last decade; #12 a choir from the Netherlands formed in 2002 in the English
Prayers for you too for the coming week.
SERMONS AND TALKS
1. A marriage made in heaven - Vaughan Roberts - St Ebbes Audio [Hosea 1:1-2:1
and Revelation 21:1-4]
2. Christian Worship - Paul Perkin - St Mark's Battersea Rise Audio [Hebrews
3. Preaching Ideas and Commentary - Rev Peter Carrell
4. The Sunday Readings - Rev Stephen Trott
5. The bells of St Erme in Cornwall - BBC Radio 4
6. Choral Evensong from King's and St John's Choirs in King's College,
7. Sunday Hour - BBC Radio 2
8. Archived Choral services over the Summer from the chapels of King's College
and St John's College, Cambridge
and Trinity College, Cambridge
and New College, Oxford
9. Topical Prayers - Church of England
South Carolina:Prayers from Lent and Beyond
10. Sunday Programme - with Edward Stourton - BBC Radio 4
Food for thought
11. Letter to my younger self - Bear Grylls
Ten Years on - Clive Field - BRIN
12. If thou shalt confess with thy mouth - Stanford - Kampen Boys Choir [from
the Netherlands, one of the recent choirs formed in the English Tradition]
If thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine
heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shall be saved.
Whosoever believeth on him shall not be ashamed.
For the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him.
Whosoever shall call on the Name of the Lord shall be saved.
[from Romans 10:9-10]
God bless you