Monday, September 22, 2014

Sacred and Spiritual links - Monday 22 September 2014

1. The bells of St. John the Baptist, Burford in Oxfordshire - BBC Radio 4

2. Opening Prayer - Canon Andrew White - C-Span Video

3. Choral Vespers from Neresheim Abbey with the Royal Academy of Music Chamber Choir - BBC Radio 3

4. Sunday Holy Communion livestreamed from St Helena's Church, Beaufort, South Carolina at 10:15 am Eastern Time, 3:15 pm London Time

5. Sunday Hour - BBC Radio 2

6. Archived choral services from the chapels of King's College Cambridge
and St John's College, Cambridge

7. What Counts with God? - Bishop Rennis Ponniah - St Andrew's Singapore Audio

8. Christ's View of Scripture - Bishop John Tan - St Andrew's Singapore Audio

9. Talks by William Taylor on Going Global: The Message which can't be ignored - St Helen's Media

Please pray for Christians and all facing persecution and crime in Iraq; for the persecuted church and in particular in the Middle East, Nigeria, Central African Republic, Egypt, Pakistan, Saudi Arabian and China; for peace in Ukraine, Israel and Gaza; for wisdom in dealing with the Ebola outbreak in Africa and for the Diocese of South Carolina.

10. Iraq Region: Iraqi Christians pray close to front line of Islamic State attacks - Christian Today
Iraqi Erbil priest: "We aim to treat our refugees as guests" – WWM
Greetings from the USA - Canon Andrew White
more Media Reports from FRRME

11. Topical Prayers - Church of England
Prayers against Ebola - Lent and Beyond
Nigeria: Nigeria: Terror attacks in three states – CSW
Nigerian Christians: 'We are on the run' – WWM
CAR: Two pastors among 100s killed as UN takes over peacekeeping in CAR – WWM
Pakistan: One year after the Peshawar church bombing, we interview Bishop Humphrey Peters – CSW
Saudi Arabia: Christian prayer group arrested in Saudi Arabia - Christian Today
China: China: Two more Nanle church detainees sentenced in Henan – CSW
South Carolina: Prayers from Lent and Beyond

12. Sunday Programme - current affairs with Edward Stourton - BBC Radio 4

13. Food for thought
Scottish Independence and other news – BRIN
Loving the Lost: Churches Without the Broken are Broken Churches - Ed Stetzer
The nature of forgiveness and non-judgement - Sam Norton
Scottish independence: 'The wounds of this campaign will take years to heal' - Gillan Scott
Church of England Beat the Vatican in Cricket Match – TalkTalkVideo

14. The Word of God - St Helen's Vimeo

15. Old Man River - Roderick Williams - BBC Proms 2014

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