Monday, March 2, 2015

Sacred and Spiritual Links - Monday 2 March 2015

Supplied by a UK colleague:

1. What do you value? - Vaughan Roberts - St Ebbe's Audio [Luke 12:13-21]

2. Father Forgive them for they know not what they do - Dr Kendall Harmon

3. Private Life in a Public Arena - Andrew Wingfield Digby - St Andrew's Oxford Audio [Matthew 6:5-18]

4. The Sunday Readings - Rev Stephen Trott

5. Preaching Ideas and Commentary - Rev Peter Carrell

6. Continue reading the New Testament in a year with Rev Andrew Goddard

7. The bells of Exeter Cathedral - BBC Radio 4

8. Choral Evensong from St David's Cathedral in Wales - BBC Radio 3

9. Sunday Hour - BBC Radio 2

10. Choral services from the chapels of King's College Cambridge
and St John's College, Cambridge
and Trinity College, Cambridge
and New College, Oxford

Please pray for the Church of England, for Christians and all facing persecution and crime in Syria and Iraq including The Christians being held hostage and for refugees facing winter and hunger; for the persecuted church and in particular in Nigeria, Egypt and Libya; for peace in Ukraine, Israel and Gaza; and for the Diocese of South Carolina.

11. Topical Prayers - Church of England
Prayers for the Church of England from Lent and Beyond
Syria: 72 Assyrian Christian families captured, 50 besieged by IS after Syria attack - WWM
The greatest weapon against ISIS? Forgiveness - Martin Saunders - Christian Today
What ISIS Really Wants - Graeme Wood - Atlantic
Who are the Assyrian Christians? - Carey Lodge
Bishop accuses Turkey over Syrian Christians - AFP
Libya: Copt Church forms committee to evacuate Egyptians from Libya - Agencia Fides
Egypt: Prayers for persecutors answered - Open Doors
Nigeria: 'Tireless' missionary kidnapped in Nigeria - WWM
South Carolina: Prayers from Lent and Beyond

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

Food for thought
13. Who wrote the Bible? - Jeffrey Kranz
A Pattern Among Fallen Pastors – Lessons for Us All - Garrett Kell
What is 'the Common Good'? Community, Communication and Personal Communion - Oliver O'Donovan
One-Third of Audience for Christian Books, Radio, TV, and Movies Is Unchurched - Christianity Today
Do Digital Decisions Disciple? - Christianity Today

14. Lord, For thy tender mercy's sake - Richard Farrant - Kampen Boys Choir, NL

15. Name above - Nikki Fletcher

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