The Call of the Kingdom: for the many or the few?
For our first autumn series of short Bible readings and talks we are looking at Luke’s Gospel, chapters 13-15, under the title: The Call of the Kingdom: for the many or the few?
At this busy time of year we’re praying that these talks will refocus our priorities for life in the workplace.
In the first passage in this section a man asks Jesus, “will those who are saved be many or few?” (Luke 13:23) It wasn’t an academic question! Is the kingdom of God basically for a few hardened believers, or is open to everyone? If everyone’s invited, why aren’t more people embracing it?
Join us on Wednesday lunchtimes as we discover how Jesus responds.
- 13 Sept – For the many or the few? Luke 13:22-35
- 20 Sept – Discipleship and the greasy pole Luke 14:1-24
- 27 Sept – Come to the party! Luke 14:1-24
- 4 Oct – You need a plan Luke 14:25-35
- 11 Oct – Lost and found Luke 15
- 18 Oct – The heart of God Luke 15
Each week we’ll also be including a short slot that aims to equip us very practically for living as a Christian in the workplace. This autumn we are focusing on 10 tips for everyday evangelism from New York pastor Tim Keller.
Everyone who is in the city centre is very welcome to join us on Wednesday lunchtimes at 1:10, upstairs in Caffe Nero on Fountain St.
A copy of a flyer for this series is available to view and download here. Feel free to share this with anyone you know who may be interested.