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Listen or grumble - 8 am 1/10/17
Rob Heimburger
As they pass through the wilderness, God invites his people to listen to him, but they often grumble. Today in the university, there is opportunity to listen or to grumble. Wherever you are this week, will you listen or will you grumble?
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  • Downloads: 105
  • Recorded: 01/10/2017
  • Length: 15 minutes
  • References: Exodus 17:1-7
    Psalm 95
You will find Him on the road, you will meet Him at the table - 8 am 30/4/17
Rob Heimburger
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  • Downloads: 145
  • Recorded: 30/04/2017
  • Length: 19 minutes
  • References: Acts 2:36-41
    Luke 24:13-35
Thy Kingdom Come - 8 am 4/12/16
Rob Heimburger
It’s not up to us to ‘make the kingdom great again’. Instead, we pray, ‘Thy kingdom come’. The kingdom of heaven is a kingdom of the weak, it is a kingdom that comes, a kingdom for us to pray for and seek, a kingdom summed up in the presence of the king, Jesus Christ.
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  • Downloads: 202
  • Recorded: 04/12/2016
  • Length: 14 minutes
  • References: Isaiah 11:1-11
    Matthew 3:1-12
The Kingdom of God is near - 8 am 8/11/15
Rob Heimburger
Rob's great-grandfather heard the news of Armistice Day from a hospital bed in France, news that all was changed. In the reading from Mark's gospel, Jesus announced greater news, that the kingdom of God is near. Heaven, earth, and hell bore witness that Jesus was king. Wherever we are today, Jesus calls us: "Come, follow me".
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  • Downloads: 390
  • Recorded: 08/11/2015
  • Length: 14 minutes
  • References: Hebrews 9:24-28
    Mark 1:14-20
God and Government: Justice for the stranger - 11.15 am 7/6/15
Rob Heimburger
God’s justice for migrants flows out of who God is and who his people are, how God loves and how his people love.
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  • Downloads: 387
  • Recorded: 07/06/2015
  • Length: 24 minutes
  • References: Deuteronomy 10:12-22
    1 Peter 2:4-12
God gives life to the dead - 8 am 1/3/15
Rob Heimburger
Abraham laughed at God’s promise to give him and Sarah a son in their old age. Peter rebuked Jesus for being a king but expecting to be rejected and killed. But God’s promise is for people like Abraham and Peter. God gives life to the dead and calls things that are not as though they were.
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  • Downloads: 448
  • Recorded: 01/03/2015
  • Length: 16 minutes
  • References: Genesis 17:1-16
    Romans 4:13-25
    Mark 8:31-38
Wait in Silence: Psalm 62
Rob Heimburger
Praying Psalm 62, we wait in silence…when we are attacked. We wait in silence…for God is our only help. We trust in God…not in status, oppression, or wealth.
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  • Downloads: 415
  • Recorded: 17/08/2014
  • Length: 18 minutes
  • Reference: Psalm 62
God makes a Home with us - 8 am 25/5/14
Rob Heimburger
Don’t we all desire a home, a place of stability and rest? In this passage from John 14, we hear the astounding truth that it’s not just that we find a home in God – but that the Paraclete, Jesus, and the Father, come to make their home with us.
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  • Downloads: 495
  • Recorded: 25/05/2014
  • Length: 12 minutes
  • References: Acts 17:22-31
    John 14:15-21
Turn your life around! - 8 am 8/12/13
Rob Heimburger
John the Baptist: What was everyone going out into the countryside to see? A man dressed in camel’s hair, dipping people in water, saying that a new regime was already appearing.
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  • Downloads: 422
  • Recorded: 08/12/2013
  • Length: 18 minutes
  • References: Romans 15:4-13
    Matthew 3:1-12
In Last Place - 8 am 23/9/12
Rob Heimburger
If we really want to be in first place, we must be in last place, we will be in last place. As we follow Jesus, we follow him into last place, where we welcome those in last place, and there we meet God.
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  • Downloads: 657
  • Recorded: 23/09/2012
  • Length: 18 minutes
  • Reference: Mark 9:30-37