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Here you can find the latest talks and other audio from The Bethel - Old Trafford Christadelphian Church. The six most recent talks available online are listed below, and an archive going back two years can be found on the left. For anything older than two years, please refer to the Feedburner link below, or the iTunes Podcasts link.

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Ruth and Benedict lead our thoughts this morning about prayer, how we pray together as a church and the value of saying Amen together. Through exploring the word Amen throughout the Bible - as praise to God, as an affirmation that God is true, and as a church united - we can see Jesus is the Amen to all of God’s promises to us.
God is love. God's relationships are love-powered and it is love that drives the promise God makes that he and Christ will make their home in us - personally and as the church.
The Bible talks a lot about remembering. The ancient Hebrews remembered a lot with their various feasts and festivals. hat we remember on Sundays is that resurrection is more improtant than death, that we are here to celebrate, not to weep and be sad but to be filled with joy and to remember.
Our speaker asked that we not share the thoughts this week due to the inclusion of some personal information about people they work with.
How often do we forget to keep Christ at the centre of our minds? Andrew encourages us to have Christ-centred thoughts, motives and ultimately Christ-centred lives.
There are definitely times in our lives when we aren’t in the right place to come and worship with joyful songs. How often do we see the strongest of faiths in people who have the hardest of lives. How? Mark gives us his thoughts on this, based on some challenging chapters from the Bible: how to view the challenges in a measure of joy and how to keep our trust God.