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43 minutes | a day ago
120a - Spectacularly Predictable
Sermon from 28-Feb-21 - Genesis 28-1-12 - "Spectacularly Predictable" - Preached by Steve Clark
14 minutes | 5 days ago
119b - Stolen Blessing? (Lightning Breakdown)
We did a cold open! Live* from Brentford, it's The Lightning Breakdown! Rob and Steve chat about Cricket, NASCAR and van der Graaf generators ... and also more important things too. Rob breaks down the latest sermon in Immanuel's series in Genesis, helping us to think through some of the biggest truths that run through scripture. What more do you want? *Not really live. Recorded, in fact. So kind of the opposite of being live. But that doesn't work so well as a cultural reference.
6 minutes | 5 days ago
Bonus 002 - Aletheia Forum
Stuart Cashman drops in for this special bonus podcast episode to tell us about an exciting new forum getting underway in Brentford - civil discussion of big ideas. To find out more about the Aletheia forum, head over to https://www.immanuelbrentford.org/alatheia-forum, visit Stuart's blo at https://cashman-stuart.medium.com/, or follow him on Twitter @stuartcashman. Or do all three. Go on, you know you want to...
25 minutes | 8 days ago
119a - Stolen Blessing?
21-Feb-21 - Genesis 27 - "Stolen Blessing?" - Preached by Rob Ilderton
14 minutes | 10 days ago
118b - Walking In Circles (Lightning Breakdown)
It's been a while ... the vagaries of lockdown and isolation and homeschooling have stopped us recording recently, but we're BACK (just like the Backstreet Boys. They're a cultural reference, right?). Rob Ilderton and Steve Clark discuss Rob's sermon from Sunday, this time looking at Isaac. We chat about the frustrations of real life following God, and the best time to call the grandparents.
38 minutes | 15 days ago
118a - Walking In Circles
14-Feb-21 - Genesis 26 - "Walking in Circles" - Preached by Rob Ilderton
32 minutes | 22 days ago
117a - Church 101
7-Feb-21 - Matthew 16-13-23 - "Church 101" - Preached by Simon Arscott, All Nations Church Illford
26 minutes | a month ago
116a - Two Nations and a Bowl of Stew
31-Jan-21 - Genesis 25-19-34 - "Two Nations and a Bowl of Stew" - Sermon preached by Richard Linnell
25 minutes | a month ago
115a - The End, The Beginning
24-Jan-21 - Genesis 25-1-18 - "The End, The Beginning" - Preached by Rob Ilderton
15 minutes | a month ago
114b - How to Woo Like a Patriarch (Lightning Breakdown)
In a week when the news was dominated by transitions from one power to another, we break down Rob's sermon from Genesis 24 and how God's promise carries on when the world changes.
41 minutes | a month ago
114a - How to Woo Like a Patriarch
Sermon from 17-Jan-21 - Genesis 24-1-67 - "How to Woo Like a Patriarch" - Preached by Rob Ilderton
15 minutes | 2 months ago
113b - On the Promised Land Property Ladder (Lightning Breakdown)
In a week when it was revealed that 13 years of medical advancements in reducing the mortality rates had been reversed in a single year in the UK and that 2020 the largest rise in excess deaths in 75 years , Rob Ilderton discusses what God's Word has to say about death. It holds a mirror up to us, and is both common and terribly sad. What sliver of hope do we have in such sad times? Rob opens up his sermon from Genesis 23.
80 minutes | 2 months ago
Bonus 001 - Resilience with Mark Snelling
As the UK is undergoing another lockdown, we thought we'd offer a treat! In a special bonus edition, listen in to a seminar given by Mark Snelling, a member of Immanuel Brentford, on resilience in traumatic situations. It was originally recorded on 29 April 2020 as the UK was deep into the first national lockdown early in the COVID-19 Pandemic. Mark is a psychotherapist, with expertise in trauma and issues assoicated with major humanitarian and crisis situations, including heavy involvement in the psychological fallout of the Ebola epidemic. In the midst of a pandemic, what Mark has to say is incredibly relevant, with insight into what impact it has on our mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing, and giving us the tools and vocabularly to recognise understand what is happening right now, as well as a biblical framework to engage with the peculiar mental health issues arising from living through strange and strained times. This episode contains Mark's talk - for a copy of the slides and the full session (including Q&A), head over to https://ipc.church/project/resilience/.
28 minutes | 2 months ago
113a - On the Promised Land Property Ladder
10-Dec 2021 - Genesis 23 - "On The Promised Land Property Ladder" - Preached by Rob Ilderton
26 minutes | 2 months ago
112a - Ultimate Disruption
Sermon from 03-Jan-2021 - Psalm 29 - "Ultimate Disruption" - Preached by Martin Fox
24 minutes | 2 months ago
111a - Job Done
Sermon from 27 Dec 2020 - Luke 2:22 - 35 - "Job Done" - Preached by Richard Linnell Apologies for the sound quality! We had technical issues this week
15 minutes | 2 months ago
110b - Not Your Normal Nativity Play (Lightning Breakdown)
What we listen to shapes reality around us - what we think is plausible, or good, or valuable. It sometimes happens obviously, but most of the time it's quiet and subtle. And the most reshaped reality is what we believe Christmas is about. This week, Steve and Rob breakdown the fourth of our Advent sermons - Luke 2:1-21, perhaps the most well known true story in history with mangers and shepherds and angels and all the rest. It's upside down week as Rob takes the wheel and Steve answers the questions, touching on being Social Media influencers, watching the Muppets' Christmas Carol and listening to primary school children play the recorder. But also much more important things.
18 minutes | 2 months ago
110c - Online Carol Service
Online Carol Service - 20-Dec-20 - Preached by Stuart Cashman
32 minutes | 2 months ago
110a - Not Your Normal Nativity Play
Sermon from 20-Dec-20 (4th in Advent) - Luke 2:1-21 - "Not Your Normal Nativity Play" - Preached by Steve Clark
15 minutes | 2 months ago
109b - Preparing The Way And Preparing Our Hearts (Lightning Breakdown)
The Justice League of Brentford ... if Stuart's Batman and Rob's Robin (his words), what does that make the rest of us? Rob, a self-professed superfan of Coldplay, returns this week to break down the third sermon in our Advent series from Luke's gospel, where he covered Baby Yoda and Baby John the Baptist. He's just a goldmine of pop culture.
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